The ASDA Foundation Trust Funding
The ASDA Foundation trust was set up in 1988 to support local good causes chosen by employees and is funded by profits from the mid-week national lottery.
The Foundation can support charities within the UK, as well as people and projects who require financial assistance, including everything from local charities and playgroups to football teams as long as they have the support of local ASDA colleagues.
Some of the projects that the ASDA Foundation has supported in the past include:
transforming a large tarmac playing ground at Haslingden Primary School, Lancashire, into a place where children can play, learn, enjoy, plant and grow, and most of all have fun.
The Foundation also provides funding for the Southglade Park community allotment, a non profitable initiative where the produce grown is used to educate young children and adults on healthy eating.
Potential applicants should contact their local Store or Depot in the first instance.
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Posted on 13th January 2015