For Heathrow employees
Funding to support Heathrow employees in helping their communities
Are you a Heathrow employee actively involved with a voluntary group local to where you live? Does your group have an idea for example to promote health and wellbeing, connect Heathrow employees with their community, or support the local community? If so, you could qualify for a grant from our HAPi programme.
Grants up to £2,500 open to Heathrow Airport colleagues who are regular volunteers with non-profit organisations, such as a school, community group, club, residents association, charity, not for profit company or even a group of like-minded neighbours anywhere in the UK. To apply, your groups must have a constitution and a bank account that needs two signatures. Before commencing any grant application you must read through our Tips document and our HAPi Guidance and Criteria
OPEN TO HEATHROW EMPLOYEES ONLY
HAPi awards funded 2015 (228KB PDF)
HAPi awards funded 2016 (228KB PDF)
HAPi awards funded 2017 (23KB XLS)
For HAPi Applications
If you would like to discuss your project please phone us on 01895 839916 or email us with your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please consider the time you will need to complete the online form before the closing date deadline as late entries will not be accepted. If any of the information is inaccurate your application could be deemed ineligible.
For Match Fund applications
Employees of Heathrow Airport Limited are also supported in their fundraising for charity by a Matched Fund scheme in which the Trust will match funds raised. Before commencing any grant application you must read through our Tips document and our Matched Funding Guidance and Criteria.
Timing for HAPi and Match Grant Applications
|Form required||Closing date||Decision|
|Round 1: Application required||11.01.19||10.02.19 - Panel meeting|
|Round 2: Application required||05.04.19||05.05.19 - Panel meeting|
|Round 3: Application required||28.06.19||30.07.19 - Panel meeting|
|Round 4: Application required||27.09.19||27.10.19 - Panel meeting|