Charity & Community

B P Collins £10,000 Charity Fund Now Open For Applications

Funding Alert

Do you work for a Buckinghamshire-based charity, or community group that is working to improve lives in their community? If so this funding alert is for you!

Local law firm B P Collins have launched their 2022 charity fund which supports local charities and projects that are aimed at delivering a positive social impact and improving lives in Buckinghamshire.

The awards are centered on three objectives which fit with the law firms corporate social responsibility values.

  • Building stronger communities
  • Providing better futures
  • Helping to create safer lives

As long as your not-for-profit cause finds one of these themes, there is no restrictioin on what the funding can be used towards. It could be general costs, purchasing equipment, or to support a community project. The awards will range from £500 to £3,500 and the funds will be open until 31st January 2022.

The B P Collins fund is open for applications throughout January, before a shortlist will be decided. Those shortlisted will be guaranteed to receive a financial award. They will be invited to a charity lunch and to give a short presentation virtually or in person to staff at B P Collins in Gerrards Cross, who will then vote for the charities in order of preference.

Previous recipients of B P Collins’ donations, totalling £62,000, have included environmental, refugee, domestic abuse, youth and employment charities across Buckinghamshire.

For more information and to apply please visit

The closing date for nominations is midday on 31 January 2022

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