Aiming to support the young people in their catchment area, Ballinderry Shamrocks GAC enlisted the help of the crowd and Sport Northern Ireland.
When the pandemic left Luton Town and Indians Cricket Club in a precarious financial position, the crowd and Sport England were there to help.
Looking to improve the area and encourage more people to take up BMX and skating, a group in North London set out to expand their skatepark.
Aiming to turn the derelict Otley Baths into a brand new community leisure venue, a group in West Yorkshire enlisted the help of Sport England and the crowd.
After finding the perfect home for Natty’s Jerk Shack, the team set out to create an inclusive destination which offers a taste of the Caribbean.
When Treharris Athletic Minis and Juniors FC were given the opportunity to revive an old and overgrown ground, they enlisted the help of the crowd and Sport Wales.
Every year, people across the globe come together for Giving Tuesday to support the good causes and community projects that mean a lot to them.
Over the last two weeks, leaders from across the globe came together at COP26 to accelerate action towards climate change.
The Aviva Community Fund won Gold for the Best engagement of an internal audience in a CSR programme at last night’s Corporate Engagement Awards!
We’re excited to announce our new Local Action Fund of £1.2m in partnership with the National Emergencies Trust.