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Grant Application Process

Grant Application Process

GRANT APPLICATION DATES AUTUMN GRANT UPDATE: You may have noticed that this month, we did not announce the opening of the Autumn Grant Programme. After careful consideration, The Foundation Board decided that as fundraising has been impeded, and so that we can support as many charities as possible through the scheme, the Autumn Grants 2020 will not take place this year.   New process: How to apply 1. Contact your nearest Fine & Country office and request to be nominated for a grant. To search for your local branch click here.  2. If the Fine & Country branch agrees to nominate your charity, please complete the Application Form and signed the Terms & Conditions which are available to download now. 3. Please email your completed Application Form and signed Terms & Conditions to grants@fineandcountry.com. You must include the Fine & Country agent in the email to show you have been nominated. If you do not copy in a Fine & Country member, your applic...

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Sanjay's 500km Challenge for The Fine & Country Foundation

Sanjay's 500km Challenge for The Fine & Country Foundation

Sanjay Gandhi has held the license for Fine & Country York for 18 months and in that time has done an outstanding amount of fundraising for a variety of causes – from support of Meningitis to Cleft Palate treatment. Since the world went into lockdown, Sanjay has been on a personal journey which has led him to this particular challenge of walking 500km.    After contracting Coronavirus in March, being bed-ridden for almost the entire month and ending up in hospital care twice, things were put into perspective for Sanjay and he became determined to recover physically as well as mentally.    Starting out by walking a small distance each day, he was soon at the 600km mark and decided that this personal challenge could also benefit those less fortunate. As of 14th September, Sanjay started his mission in walking 500km with the aim of completing this in roughly three months. Two weeks in and Sanjay’s £1,000 target has already been surpassed, with...

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28th Sep 2020
How people have been raising community spirits during lockdown
Lockdown restrictions are finally being lifted across the UK, and the rest of the world, following months of isolation. Some of us have been...
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15th Jul 2020
Rachel Slade’s Attempt at 100km in July
Rachel Slade, Finance Coordinator at University of Cambridge, set herself the challenge to run a total of 100km in July to fundraise for the...
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30th Jun 2020
Food Bank Donations: An interview with Fine & Country agent, Marie Fritz
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8th Jun 2020

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