Community Champions 2024
Each of our 30 offices across the UK makes a donation of up to £6,000 every quarter to local organisations. It's our commitment to leaving a positive lasting legacy in the communities in which we work.
As well as building good quality homes and creating well-paid, high-skilled jobs, our Community Champions scheme makes a real difference to people's lives. We do this by supporting local charities, sports clubs and good causes across the country.
We have 30 offices across the UK that will each make a donation of up to £6,000 every quarter to those local organisations who are the lifeblood of our communities. Smaller donations are also available.
How to apply
Applying for a donation is really simple. All you need to do is complete the online form by clicking the link below.
In your application, please tell us why your group or charity deserves to be supported and how much you are seeking. We also need the location and contact information for the organisation you are representing so that we can direct this to our relevant local office for consideration.
Here's a look at some of the stories so far...
Donation helps Kinross youth charity build brighter futures
A charity working with young people across Kinross-shire has received a funding boost thanks to a donatino from our North Scotland region.
Hospice hub project benefits from West Scotland's backing
St Vincent's Hospice in Johnstone has been given a boost after banking a £1,000 donation from West Scotland.
Coventry cheerleading team flying high after donation
An award-winning Coventry cheerleading club has been given a boost after receiving £1,000 from Persimmon Homes Central.
Donation helps breathe new life into South Warwickshire school's outdoor space
A primary school in South Warwickshire has received a cash boost to rejuvenate its outdoor spaces, thanks to our Persimmon Homes South Midlands.
Donation gets Cupar-based rugby club a step closer to European tour
Howe of Fife Under-16s Rugby Club is celebrating after scoring a donation from Persimmon North Scotland.