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Winners so far...

July 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in July 2019. The total amount we donated was £63,150.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

July’s winners are:

  • Action for Children - Northamptonshire Families Service - £1000
  • Berkeley Primary School - £1000
  • Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue - £1000
  • Blakedown Colts - £1000
  • Bushmead Primary School - £1000
  • Chester le Street Community Association - £1000
  • Children's Hospices Across Scotland - £1000
  • Clapgate Primary School - £1000
  • CLIC Sargent - £1000
  • Coatbridge Rovers 2008 Football Team - £1000
  • Cornard United Grassroots FC - £1000
  • Court Fields Community Preschool - £1000
  • Croesgoch Primary School - £1000
  • Cumbria Rural Choirs - £1000
  • Dalston Victory Hall - £1000
  • Darlington TSC Under 11s Junior Football Club - £1000
  • Disability Awareness With Sport - DAWS Sheffield - £1000
  • East Benton Rise Community Group - £1000
  • Elmpark JFC - £1000
  • Field Lane Lokomotiv U10s - £1000
  • Fordley Primary School - £1000
  • Friends of Alpington Primary School - £1000
  • Fullege Colts - £1000
  • Girlguiding East Renfrewshire - £1000
  • Hardwick & Cambourne Primary School PTA - £1000
  • Home Start York - £1000
  • ISAAN Gym - £1000
  • Leicester City Ladies Football Club - £1000
  • Leons Legacy - £1000
  • Llanelli Youth Theatre - £1000
  • Llantwit Major Mini and Junior Rugby Club U11s - £1000
  • Mid Sussex Open Duke of Edinburgh Centre - £1000
  • North Ayrshire Athletics Club - £1000
  • Norwich Girlguiding - £1000
  • Pinkeys Green Cricket Club - £1000
  • Rawcliffe Junior JFC - £1000
  • Romsey Town Youth Football Club - £1000
  • Rugby Borough Women & Girls Football Club - £1000
  • Shrewsbury Storm Basketball Club - £1000
  • Spennymoor Town Council - £1000
  • St Mabyn School PTA - £1000
  • St Peters Primary School - £1000
  • Stafford Terriers - £500
  • Stanton Ilkeston FC under 10's warriors - £1000
  • Thaxted Primary School - £1000
  • The Elizabeth Foundation - £1000
  • The Fraser Centre Community Trust - £1000
  • The Friends of Horizons Specialist Academy - £1000
  • The Learning Bus - £1000
  • The Swanley Therapy Centre - £900
  • Unlocking Voices Community Interest Company - £1000
  • Valley Juniors 07 JFC - £1000
  • Wardens Trust - £1000
  • Whitecote Primary School - £1000
  • Winner, the Preston Road Women's Centre Ltd - £1000
  • Witham Town FC - £1000
  • Woodford Primary School PTFA - £1000
  • Worcester Wolves Academy - £1000
  • Worle Juniors FC - £750
  • Yeovil Hospital Charity - £1000
  • YoungDementia UK - £1000
  • Your Leisure Kent - £1000
  • Youth Concern - £1000
  • Ysgol Gymraeg Dewi Sant PTA - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




June 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in June 2019. The total amount we donated was £61,950.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

June’s winners are:

  • Action for Children - £1000
  • Bentley Primary School - £1000
  • Berwick Youth Development Trust - £1000
  • Calm Connections CIC - £1000
  • Camborne RFC - £1000
  • Carers' Resource - £1000
  • Central Lancaster High School - £900
  • CLIC Sargent - Billy's House - £1000
  • Cranford C of E Primary School - £1000
  • Cylch Meithrin Evan James - £1000
  • Dorset Mind - £1000
  • Durham Hospitals Radio - £1000
  • Elpha Lodge Residential Home Ltd - £1000
  • Falkirk FoodBank - £1000
  • Friends of Newington Recreation Ground - £1000
  • Frome Collegians FC - £800
  • George Rowand - £1000
  • Great North Air Ambulance Service - £1000
  • Hampton Netball Club - £1000
  • Harry's HAT - £1000
  • Haverhill in Bloom - £1000
  • Headless Cross Junior FC - £1000
  • Hope4Jemma - £1000
  • In It Together - £1000
  • Jade's Bucket List - £1000
  • Katie Piper Foundation - £1000
  • Kingsmoor Nursery & Infants PTA - £1000
  • Kyra Women’s Project - £1000
  • League of Friends of Arbroath Infirmary - £1000
  • Leighton Buzzard Hockey Club - £1000
  • Lindsey Lodge Hospice - £1000
  • Little Miracles Charitable Incorporated Organisation - £1000
  • Maggie's Cancer Care - £1000
  • Manna Community CIC - £1000
  • Moorgreen Colts FC - £1000
  • Mountain Ash RFC Under 9s - £500
  • Move to Learn - £1000
  • New Saints FC Foundation Ltd - £1000
  • North London Foodbank - £1000
  • Norwich City Table Tennis Club - £1000
  • Old Alleynians Walking Football - £750
  • Peterlee Amateur Swim Club - £1000
  • Plymouth SANDS - £1000
  • Radley Athletics Club - £500
  • RNLI Dunbar Lifeboat - £1000
  • Sam's Place - £1000
  • Sense - £1000
  • Soaring Dragons, Dragon Boat Racing Club - £500
  • South West Wales Multiple Scerosis Therapy Centre - £1000
  • Sponsor a sibling - £1000
  • St Mary's Church of England Primary and Nursery School - £1000
  • Support After Rape and Sexual Violence Leeds - £1000
  • Supportive Learning CIC - £1000
  • Team Bobsleigh Brad - £1000
  • Teesside Power Chair Football Club - £1000
  • Templeton CP School PTA - £1000
  • The Caldecott Foundation - £1000
  • The Friends of Tregoniggie Woodland - £1000
  • The Jenner Trust - £1000
  • Transformation for Veterans - £1000
  • Tuesday 2 O'Clock Club - £1000
  • Valspar Colts 2005 - £1000
  • Walking With The Wounded - £1000
  • Westfield Primary School Parent Council Fundraising Committee - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




May 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in May 2019. The total amount we donated was £61,103

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

May’s winners are:

  • Active Lives Active Communities - £1000
  • Andrew McGeown Legacy Fund - RNLI Swimsafe - £1000
  • Appleton Roebuck School PTFA - £1000
  • BASICS Devon - £1000
  • Beckwithshaw Cricket Club - £1000
  • Bracknell Town FC - £1000
  • Bradley Improtech FC - £1000
  • Burnham-on-Crouch Primary School PTA - £1000
  • Cambuslang Football Academy 2003s - £1000
  • Cerebral Palsy Sport - £1000
  • Changing Little Lives Creche - £1000
  • Children's Hospice South West - £1000
  • Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team - £1000
  • CLIC Sargent Young Lives VS Cancer - £1000
  • Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust - £1000
  • Creigiau 23 - £1000
  • Cycling Without Age Bristol - £1000
  • Darley Dale Primary School - £1000
  • Drybrook and District Ladies Choir - £1000
  • ENYP - £500
  • Fairwater Junior Girls U12s Reds - £1000
  • Family Friends in Windsor and Maidenhead - £1000
  • Friends of Newton St Cyres Primary - £1000
  • Glasgow (East) PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Grace House North East - £401
  • Harry's Appeal - £1000
  • Hope4Harrison - £1000
  • Hospice Hope - £1000
  • Imogen's Next Step - £1000
  • Little Buds Mother & Child Group - £1000
  • Malmesbury Carnival - £1000
  • Midlands Down's Syndrome FC - £402
  • Mustard Seed Singers - £800
  • Northburn Wanderers FC Under 11s - £1000
  • Nova United Galaxy - £1000
  • Painters Forstal Community Association - £1000
  • Park Radio - £1000
  • Penrith & District Beekeepers Association - £1000
  • Power2Inspire - £1000
  • Pride in Coity - £1000
  • Ramsbottom Community Fire Cadets - £1000
  • Roade Primary School - £1000
  • SA1UTE - £1000
  • Saint Catherine's Hospital - £1000
  • Seven Lochs Netball Club - £1000
  • St Botolph's CofE Primary SChool - £1000
  • St Peter’s Droitwich CofE Academy - £1000
  • St. Mary's Catholic School Chippenham PTA Group - £1000
  • Sunbeams Play - £1000
  • Telford Crisis Support - £1000
  • Thames Hospice - £1000
  • The Alverstoke Parish Centre Regeneration Fund - £1000
  • The Buddy Bag Foundation - £1000
  • The Mid Yorkshire NHS Charitable Funds - £1000
  • Thistle Wing & Thistle Annexe Parent Group - £500
  • Thornaby Town FC Girls - £1000
  • Tisbury Memory Group - £1000
  • Ulverston Coronation Hall - £1000
  • Wallyford Primary School - £500
  • Westfield Primary School Parent Council Fundraising Committee - £1000
  • Whitburn Gala Day - £1000
  • Wigan & Leigh Wrestling Club - £1000
  • YOPEY - £1000
  • Young Carers @ Carers Choice - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




April 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in April 2019. The total amount we donated was £61,120.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

April’s winners are:

  • 1st Droitwich Scout Group - £1000
  • 1st Milton Scout Group - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Alzheimer's Society - £1000
  • Bailey's Revolution Against Cancer - £1000
  • Balloons - £1000
  • Basingstoke & District Young Carers - £1000
  • Bibbys Farm - £1000
  • Breast Cancer Haven - £1000
  • Bury Sudanese Community - £950
  • Cardiff Rivers Group - £1000
  • Castle Pool Community Partnership - £1000
  • Charlie Stephenson Fundraiser - £1000
  • Chesterfield Junior Blues u10's Pythons - £1000
  • Cilybebyll Parochial Church Council - £1000
  • Cleasewell Hill School - £1000
  • Creigiau Cricket Club - £1000
  • Criftins Parish Hall And Playing Field - £1000
  • Featherstone Gymnastics Club - £1000
  • Focus Youth Group - £1000
  • Frome Town Youth Footbal Club - £1000
  • Girlguiding North Yorkshire West - £1000
  • GO Together - £1000
  • Grange Centre Playgroup - £1000
  • Happy days for Ellis - £1000
  • Hartisan Bread by Little Sprouts Health & Wellbeing - £1000
  • Henry's Gym - £870
  • Hereward Harriers Netball Club - £1000
  • Inspirational Youths - £1000
  • Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust - £1000
  • Ketton Players - £600
  • Kilsby CE Primary School - £1000
  • Kinross-shire Partnership Ltd - £1000
  • Leonard Cheshire - £1000
  • Lichfield Festival - £1000
  • Livability York House - £1000
  • Longparish Little School - £1000
  • Lowestoft Road Runners - £1000
  • Luca Life Changing Surgery - £1000
  • Maggie's Swansea - £1000
  • Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Trust - £850
  • Mauchline United AFC - £750
  • Mowbray Special School - £1000
  • Musselburgh Community Football Academy - £1000
  • Older Citizens Advocacy York - £1000
  • Ordsall Primary School - £1000
  • Oscar's Happy Feet - £1000
  • Paddock Wood Lights Up - £1000
  • Redditch District Scouts - £1000
  • Relay for Life - £500
  • Saffron Hall Trust - £1000
  • Sensory Trust - £1000
  • Sheffield YWCA - £1000
  • Sholing Youth Football Club - £1000
  • Sid8 foundation - £1000
  • South Cerney Angling Club - £600
  • Spalding United Youth Football Club - £1000
  • St John's Billericay Cricket Club - £1000
  • TADS - £1000
  • Tavistock Heritage Trust - £1000
  • Together Against Cancer - £1000
  • Towcester Town FC - £1000
  • Youth Space - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




March 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

66 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in March 2019. The total amount we donated was £62,845

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

March’s winners are:

  • 1st Llantwit Major Scouts - £1000
  • A Gift for Peebles - £1000
  • Accuro - £1000
  • Air Training Corps No 221 Great Yarmouth - £1000
  • Anfield Sports Community Centre - £875
  • Aspire Lifeskills - £1000
  • Autism Help - £800
  • Barrhead Netball BBN - £1000
  • Barton Seagrave Cricket Club - £650
  • Beverley Community Lift - £1000
  • Calverton Cricket Club - £1000
  • Cambridge Hub - £1000
  • Challenging Perceptions - £1000
  • Cheerforce Ltd - £1000
  • Chrystal Nichol - £1000
  • Clift Meadow Trust - £1000
  • Community Book Pledge - Wynyard Church of England Primary School - £600
  • Crescent Primary School - £1000
  • Dance Elite - £1000
  • Downend and Frenchay Tennis Club - £1000
  • Eden Valley Hospice - £1000
  • Emma's World Challenge - £500
  • Escayp - £1000
  • Friends of All Saints School - £1000
  • Friends of St Mary's School - £1000
  • Hazlerigg Community Centre - £1000
  • HITZ - £1000
  • Homes-Start Arun, Worthing & Adur - £1000
  • Homestart North Devon - £1000
  • Ixworth Free School - £1000
  • Jacob's wish to walk - £1000
  • Joel's Heroes Three Peak Adventure - £1000
  • Lawns Park Primary School - £1000
  • Leafield Athletic Ladies FC - £1000
  • Leckhampton Rovers Football Club - £1000
  • Maggie's Centre Dundee - £1000
  • Maidenhead Community Book Festival - £1000
  • MHA Fareham Live at Home - £1000
  • Musbury Primary PTFA - £1000
  • Narberth CP School - £1000
  • Operation Lucas Lion - £1000
  • Papworth Trust - £1000
  • Perth Youth Orchestra - £1000
  • Pocklington Football Club - £1000
  • Shotton Partnership - £720
  • Special Stars Foundation - £1000
  • Sportmans Northallerton - £1000
  • St John's Hospice - £1000
  • St Paul's Church - £1000
  • The Blackbird Café - £1000
  • The Exodus Project - £1000
  • The Fulforth Centre - £1000
  • The Future Games Cheerleading Academy - £1000
  • The Jonas Trust - £1000
  • The Oaks get together - £900
  • The Tom Bowdidge Youth Cancer Foundation - £1000
  • Thurlow Village Hall - £1000
  • Towcester Evening WI - £500
  • Treorchy RFC Mini & Junior Section Under-16s - £1000
  • Truro Learning Academy - £1000
  • Upper Harbledown Association - £1000
  • Variety, the Children's Charity (Midlands Region) - £1000
  • Wallyford Community Council - £500
  • Western Beacons Mountain Search & Rescue Team - £1000
  • Witney Community Primary School - £800
  • Wymondham Rugby Club - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




February 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

62 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in February 2019. The total amount we donated was £58,722

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

February’s winners are:

  • A Smile for A Child - £900
  • A Space to Make Sense of School - £1000
  • Action for Children / Here4me - £1000
  • Ad Astra - £1000
  • AFC Wolves U6 - £1000
  • Anna Poppy's Army - £1000
  • Arbroath High School PTA - £1000
  • Bishop Cuthbert, Clavering and Hartfield's Residents Association - £1000
  • Brian House Children's Hospice - £1000
  • Brighton and Hove Special Olympics - £1000
  • Care and Relief for the Young - £1000
  • Chellaston Community Association - £1000
  • Chloe's and Sophie's Special Ears Fund - £1000
  • Clipstone Miners Welfare Community Trust - £1000
  • Cottingham Cricket Club - £1000
  • Dementia Revolution - £1000
  • Diamond Twirlers Majorettes - £1000
  • Diss Carnival Committee - £1000
  • Doncaster Mind - £1000
  • Easingwold Parkrun UK - £1000
  • Edgehill Community Association - £500
  • Freddie's Fund - £1000
  • Freshfield FC u9s - £1000
  • Friends of Hasland Infants School - £1000
  • Gotherington Fete - £500
  • Grove CE Primary School PTA - £922
  • Hartlepool United Community Sports Foundation - £1000
  • Hayfield Cross CofE School - £1000
  • Hesketh Bank Community Centre - £1000
  • Howwood Community Council - £1000
  • Llangennech and Bryn Sports Association - £1000
  • Llantwit Major RFC - £1000
  • Martham Scarecrow Festival - £500
  • Milnathort and Kinross Allotments Association - £1000
  • Nethersole Academy Supporters Association - £1000
  • New village hall for Cofton Hackett - £1000
  • Newquay Food Bank - £1000
  • Next Steps Mental Health Resource Centre - £750
  • Oll and Gwella - £1000
  • Oxford Hospitals Charity - £1000
  • Parent and Carer Alliance - £1000
  • Parish of Pentyrch, Church in Wales - £750
  • Phab Kids - £1000
  • Radio Borders Cash for kids - £1000
  • Rainham Organisers for Youth Activity Leaders (R.O.Y.A.L.S.) - £1000
  • Red Box Project Harrow - £1000
  • Signpost - Haverhill Community Trust - £1000
  • Smile for Life Charity - £1000
  • Southend Soccability Football Group - £500
  • Stray Aid - £1000
  • Sunshine & Smiles – Leeds Down Syndrome Network - £1000
  • Team Jak Foundation - £1000
  • Team Phoenix Foundation - £1000
  • The Joshua Tree - £1000
  • The Principle Trust Childrens Charity - £1000
  • Time to Talk Mental Health UK - £1000
  • Trinity Fencing CIC - £1000
  • Tyler's Friends - £1000
  • Warkworth C of E First School - £650
  • West Worcester Youth FC - £750
  • Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust - £1000
  • Ysgol Maes Y Coed PTA - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




January 2019 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in January 2019. The total amount we donated was £63,410

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

January’s winners are:

  • 1st Grassmore Guides - £1000
  • Acorn Community Care - £940
  • Allstars Netball Club - £1000
  • Arrive Alive - £1000
  • Bishopton Primary School - £1000
  • Bugbrooke Rugby Union Football Club - £1000
  • CHAS - £1000
  • CHICKS Children's charity - £1000
  • Christopher Whitehead Language College - £1000
  • Clehonger Village Hall - £1000
  • Clipstone FC - £1000
  • Compass Disability Services - £1000
  • Cycles4All - £1000
  • Dylan Trust Community School - £1000
  • Easingwold Town Football Club - £1000
  • East Coast Hospice - £1000
  • East Leeds Comets Show Majorettes - £1000
  • Farplace Animal Rescue - £1000
  • Fen Ditton Recreation Ground Trust - £1000
  • Framlingham Gala Fest - £1000
  • Friends and Families of Special Children Ltd - £1000
  • Garth Rotary - £1000
  • Glencryan Primary School - £1000
  • Grimethorpe Activity Zone - £1000
  • Grove and Wantage Extravaganza - £1000
  • Happy Hill Essex - £1000
  • Hollyfast Primary School - £1000
  • Hope Garden SCIO - £1000
  • Kippax Amateur Swimming Club - £1000
  • Levern Valley Defibrillator Community Partnership - £1000
  • Lighthorne Village Hall - £1000
  • London Asbestos Support Awareness Group - £1000
  • Magpas Air Ambulance - £1000
  • Minerva House Hospital of God at Greatham - £1000
  • Mount Hawke Academy - £1000
  • Muscular Dystrophy UK - £1000
  • MySight York - £1000
  • Norfolk Family Carers - £1000
  • Northumberland County Blind Association - £1000
  • Parkwood Lawn Tennis Club - £770
  • Passion Youth Project - £900
  • Queensway ABC - £1000
  • Rainbow House Cumbria Outreach - £1000
  • Rainham and Wigmore Community Association - £1000
  • Ranelagh School - £1000
  • Rowcroft Hospice - £1000
  • Saffron Walden Musical Theatre Company - £1000
  • Sapphire Dance and Fitness - £1000
  • Scarborough Sea Cadet Corps - £1000
  • Shrivenham Primary School - £1000
  • South Wilts Cricket Club - £1000
  • St Andrews RC Primary School - £800
  • Step by Step Partnerships - £1000
  • Stranton Primary School - £1000
  • Sudbury Market Town Partnership - £1000
  • Team Toby Fundraisers - £1000
  • The Pettifor Trust Corporation - £1000
  • Trysull Tigers North FC - £1000
  • Tyler Longden's Leukaemia Trust - £1000
  • U7s Milford Athletic Football Club - £1000
  • Ups and Downs Southwest - £1000
  • Vista Twisters (CIO) - £1000
  • War Child UK - £1000
  • White Rose Dyslexia Centre - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




December 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in December 2018. The total amount we donated was £60,675

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

December’s winners are:

  • 1st Cavendish Guides - £1000
  • 20th Harrogate Scouts - £1000
  • 275 (Nantyglo & Balina) Squadron RAF Air Cadets - £1000
  • Ab Phab Youth Club - £1000
  • Abbeyfield (Reading) Society Limited - £1000
  • Atlas Community Amateur Boxing Club - £1000
  • bibic - £1000
  • Birmingham BMX Club - £1000
  • CanDo Hub - £1000
  • Care & Repair Edinburgh - £1000
  • Carluke Athletic YFC - £500
  • Chesterfield & District Athletics Club - £1000
  • Coxhoe Scout Group - £1000
  • Crossroads Carers Support Group - £1000
  • Defibrillator at Akron Gate - £1000
  • Desborough Men's Shed Association - £1000
  • Driven - £1000
  • Ellerslie Cricket Club - £1000
  • Families First North East - £1000
  • Girlguiding Hythe Parents & Friends Association - £1000
  • Guisborough Town Juniors Whites - £1000
  • Harrogate Easier Living Project - £750
  • Heddington Preschool - £1000
  • Helping Other People In Need Group Street Kitchen York - £1000
  • Huntingdonshire Volunteer Police Cadets - £1000
  • King Alfred District Scouts - £1000
  • Kinnaird Primary School Parent Council - £1000
  • Kinross First Repsonders - £500
  • Larkfield Football Club - £1000
  • Leeds Mencap - £1000
  • Liskeard School and Community College Dof E - £1000
  • ManHealth CIC - £1000
  • MHA - £1000
  • Morecambe Hawk FC - £1000
  • Mount Hawke Academy - £1000
  • Music for Wellbeing CIC: Salisbury Breathless Choir - £1000
  • Northampton Hope Centre - £1000
  • Norwich Dragons Hockey Club - £1000
  • Parents and Friends of Dinnington First School - £750
  • Pershore Tennis Centre - £1000
  • Richmond Primary School - £1000
  • Rowcroft Hospice - £1000
  • Royal National Lifeboat Institution Scarborough Branch - £1000
  • Scotland Boys Club 2005 Purples - £1000
  • Sheffield Mencap - Norfolk Lodge Lions - £1000
  • Shropshire Schools Sports and Athletics Association - £1000
  • Simon on the Streets - £1000
  • St Andrews Hospice - £1000
  • St John's Hospice - £875
  • Staffield Cricket Club - £1000
  • Strength and Learning Through Horses - £1000
  • Tenovus Cancer Care - £800
  • The Box - £1000
  • The Bridgend Association of Bowls, Tennis and Squash Clubs Community Interest - £1000
  • The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home - £1000
  • The Gap Community Centre - £1000
  • Thomas Mills High School - £500
  • Tom's Trust - £1000
  • Tribal Trust - £1000
  • Under the Stars - £1000
  • Wellesbourne Sports and Community Centre - £1000
  • Weston Hospicecare Limited - £1000
  • Woodlands pre-school & Nursery - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




November 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in November 2018. The total amount we donated was £60,150

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

November’s winners are:

  • ACE Adult Community Education - £500
  • Action for Children - £1000
  • AFC Newbiggin Juniors - £1000
  • Age UK Somerset - £1000
  • Ashford Hill Primary School - £1000
  • Audacious Foundation - £1000
  • Autism Angels - £1000
  • Bechange - £1000
  • Black Swan Bowling Club - £1000
  • Brockworth Link - £650
  • Cannon Events Kids Running Club - £1000
  • Carlton Town Football Club - £1000
  • Children's Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) - £1000
  • Chippenham Lions Club - £1000
  • Circles Network Peterborough Hub - £1000
  • Clean Slate - £1000
  • Diss Corn Hall - £500
  • Dry Water North East Ltd - £1000
  • Ebchester Boathouse Development Partnership - £1000
  • Elly's Ward 10 Flag Appeal - £1000
  • Football & Fitness Academy U9 Lions - £1000
  • Frankie's Heroes / Tree of Hope - £1000
  • Garstang St Thomas Primary - £1000
  • Gotherington Cricket Club - £1000
  • Greater Easterhouse Supporting Hands - £1000
  • Guardbridge Community Council - £1000
  • Haringey Rhinos - £1000
  • Harper's Little Helpers - £1000
  • Hartlepool Special Needs Support Group - £1000
  • Haywards Heath Youth CIC - £1000
  • Hellesdon Football Club - £1000
  • Herriot Hospice Homecare - £1000
  • Houghton le Spring District Centre for the Blind - £1000
  • Just 4 Children - Lilac's Little Legs - £1000
  • Kids Run Free - £1000
  • Lancaster Cricket and Sports Club - £500
  • Leeds PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Little Rascals Foundation - £750
  • Llangennech RFC U9s - £1000
  • Maidenhead Sea Cadets - £1000
  • Martha Trust - £1000
  • MHA Eastleigh Live at Home - £1000
  • Northamptonshire Federation of Disability Sport (NFDS) - £1000
  • Oakdale & Penmaen Community Partnership - £1000
  • Peebles High School Netball Teams - £1000
  • Re-Entry - £1000
  • Sandbach Round Table - £500
  • SERV Suffolk & Cambridgeshire - £1000
  • SERV Suffolk & Cambridgeshire - The Bloodrunners - £1000
  • Severnside Nuclear Youth FC - £1000
  • Sheering School Parent Teacher Friends Association - £1000
  • Solidier On! - £1000
  • Sowenna Appeal - £1000
  • St John's Church Organ Restoration Fund - £1000
  • St Michael's CofE Primary School PTA - £1000
  • St Teath School - £1000
  • Stetton Eagles Junior Football Club - £1000
  • Stone Old Alleynians FC - £750
  • TCA Cheer & Tumble - £1000
  • The Acting Bairns of Stonehouse - £1000
  • VITAL Projects - £1000
  • West Monkton Parish Council - £1000
  • Works+ - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




October 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

61 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in October 2018. The total amount we donated was £59,304

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

October’s winners are:

  • 1st Stewarton Boys' Brigade - £1000
  • Abigail's Footsteps - £1000
  • Activ8learning - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Annabelle's Angels Tree of Hope - £1000
  • Balsall Heath CATS - £1000
  • Barry Waterfront Management Company - £400
  • Bilston Town Community Football Club - £1000
  • Blessing in Disguise - £1000
  • Bramley School Association - £1000
  • Brent Carers Centre - £720
  • Brighter Futures Through Sport - £950
  • Brinscall Village JFC - £1000
  • Cambridgeshire Motor Neurone Disease Association - £1000
  • Carewise (Young Carers Project) - £1000
  • Cornwall Hospice Care - £1000
  • Crieff Juniors Football Club - £1000
  • Deaf Direct - £1000
  • Edgewood Primary School - £1000
  • EPiC Martial Arts - £750
  • Equality & Inclusion Partnership - £1000
  • Eskdale Academy PACT - £1000
  • Falkirk Community Trust (Hippodrome Silent Film Festival) - £1000
  • Framlingham Town FC - £1000
  • Friends of Caegarw Primary School - £1000
  • Friends of Collingtree Primary School - £1000
  • Friends of Lunsford Primary School - £1000
  • Girl Guiding Northamptonshire - £1000
  • Gowerton School - £1000
  • Great Leighs Youth Football Club - £1000
  • Greening Wymondham - £1000
  • Guild Care - £1000
  • Harry Richbell - £1000
  • Helensburgh Seafront Development Project (HSDP) - £1000
  • Lakes Junior Orienteering Squad - £1000
  • Lidget Green Healthy Living Centre - £1000
  • Lucy Air Ambulance forChildren - £1000
  • Maggie's at the Cancerkin Centre - £984
  • Maymessy CIC - £1000
  • Milnathort Primary School Parent Council - £1000
  • Musica Music and Wellbeing - £1000
  • Oakenholt Bowling Club - £500
  • Peebles Lawn Tennis Club - £1000
  • Pembrey AFC Juniors - £1000
  • Phoenix F.C - £1000
  • Play Area Regeneration Committee of Slimbridge - £1000
  • Sentinel Striders for Guide Dogs 2018 - £1000
  • Shepshed Dolphin Swimming Group - £1000
  • St Aidans Church of England High School - £1000
  • St Gemma's Hospice - £1000
  • St Peter's C of E primary School - £1000
  • TFM Cash for Kids - £1000
  • The Friends of Little Hadham - £1000
  • The Rob George Foundation - £1000
  • The Special Lioness Group - £1000
  • The Swimming Trust - £1000
  • Victory Indoor Bowling Club - £1000
  • Yarmouth Hockey Club - £1000
  • Ymca Worcestershire - £1000
  • York Sharks - £1000
  • Young People's Counselling Service - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




September 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in September 2018. The total amount we donated was £60,640

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

September’s winners are:

  • 1st Tidworth Scout Group - £1000
  • 1st Sarisbury Green Scout Group - £1000
  • 2235 (Deal) Air Cadets - £1000
  • 242 (Cramlington) Squadron Royal Airforce Air Cadets - £500
  • Action for Children - Mosaic Adoption and Permanency Service - £1000
  • Action for Children's Ty Laura Short Breaks - £1000
  • All Saints CEVA Primary School - £1000
  • Amber Regan - £1000
  • ART BRASIL - £845
  • Arthur Bulgar Primary School - £1000
  • Barsail Parent Council - £1000
  • Blood Bikes Cumbria - £1000
  • Boughton Park Lawn Tennis Club - £1000
  • Children's Holiday Foundation North Devon - £1000
  • City of York Hockey Club - £1000
  • Coddington CofE Primary School - £1000
  • Connecting Lives (Cornwall) - £1000
  • Darlington 21st All-stars JFC (Under 12s Aces) - £1000
  • Deafblind UK - £1000
  • Dunstable Downs parkrun - £1000
  • East Hull Teen Group - £1000
  • Field Lane Athletic - £700
  • Fife Clan Unifield Rugby - £800
  • FOSCS - £1000
  • Friends of St Peters School Llanbedr - £1000
  • GRASS - £1000
  • Great Blakenham Village Hall & Recreation Ground - £1000
  • Henley Green Primary School - £1000
  • Homes for Humanity - £1000
  • Hunslet Initiative - £1000
  • Irvine Meadow Community Club - £1000
  • Kentish Town City Farm - £1000
  • Keynsham Rugby Club - £1000
  • Kirley & Pakefield u13s - £875
  • Lancaster On Ice - £1000
  • Langlee Primary School Parent Council - £500
  • Lead Scotland - £1000
  • Llantwit Major Junior Football Club - £1000
  • Macrobert Arts Centre - £500
  • Milburn Innovation Park Project - £1000
  • Move and Learn - £1000
  • New Brighton Community Association - £1000
  • NU Cliff Park Netball Club - £1000
  • Ospreys in the Community - £1000
  • Peter Pan Nursery - £1000
  • Preston Primary School - £1000
  • Radio Borders Cash for Kids - £500
  • Ruskin Mill Trust - £1000
  • Saint Catherine's Hospice - £1000
  • Seagull Trust Cruises, Falkirk - £500
  • Shildon Jubilees Jazz Band - £920
  • Solihull Vixens Ice Hockey Club - £1000
  • St. Gregory's Catholic School - £1000
  • St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School - £1000
  • Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice - £1000
  • SVA Encore - £1000
  • Swindon Step & Bath Road Methodist Church - £1000
  • The Way of the Horse - £1000
  • The Welcome Centre - £1000
  • Tree of Hope - Help Rowan Run - £1000
  • Think Well, Live Well - £1000
  • Warriors Barbarians under 10s - £1000
  • Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust - £1000
  • Zante Strays - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




August 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in August 2018. The total amount we donated was £59,180

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

August’s winners are:

  • B&B Young People's Theatre Group - £1000
  • Barry Island Sports and Social Club - £1000
  • Berkeley Town Football Club - £1000
  • Blyth Valley Disabled Forum - £800
  • Boston United Community Foundation - £1000
  • Broughton Moor Parish Council - £1000
  • Burry Port Rugby Club - £1000
  • Cambuslang Academy Girls Under 11 - £1000
  • Camden People's Theatre - £1000
  • CanalAbility - £1000
  • Care for Veterans - £1000
  • Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity - £1000
  • Cromford Canal and Codnor Park Reservoir - £940
  • Cumbernauld Gymnastics Club - £1000
  • Dawley Wanderers Football Club - £1000
  • Devon Ability Counts FootballLeague - £1000
  • Doncaster Housing for Young People - £1000
  • Durham Visual Support Group - £1000
  • Eastbourne Cricket Club - £1000
  • Eston Amateur Swimming Club - £1000
  • Exeter Youth Rugby - £1000
  • Feline Friends - £1000
  • Finding Reggie's Footprints - £500
  • Fireworks for Arbroath - £
  • Gotherington Juniors FC - £1000
  • Great Blakenham Cycle Speedway Club - £1000
  • Hannah Rowley Archery - £1000
  • Highworth Community Church (The Bridge) - £1000
  • Hockley Amateur Boxing Club - £1000
  • Joey's Wish to Walk - £1000
  • Jumpz Gymnastics Club - £1000
  • Keynsham and District Mencap Society - £1000
  • Lagan's Foundation - £1000
  • Larkhall Gala Day Committee - £1000
  • Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity - £1000
  • Newton upon Derwent Methodist Church & Community Centre - £1000
  • Newton-le-Willows under 8 Comets - £500
  • North Tyneside Disability Forum - £1000
  • Nottingham City Lionhearts Marching Band - £1000
  • Norwich City Boxing Club - £940
  • Nurture the Borders - £750
  • Pilgrim Hearts - £1000
  • RNLI Newquay Cornwall - £1000
  • Saint Michael's Hospice - £1000
  • Seedlings at Springfield - £500
  • Spectrum Community Arts - £1000
  • Sportsmans North Allerton Football Club - £1000
  • St James' CE Academy - £1000
  • St Luke's Hospice Plymouth - £1000
  • St Mary's Hospice - £1000
  • Swale Glove Amateur Boxing Club - £1000
  • Swindon & District Samaritans - £1000
  • Teapot Trust - £750
  • The Ethel Trust Community Barge - £1000
  • The Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund (LINC) - £1000
  • The Pavilion on the Park - £1000
  • VSO - £1000
  • Waterbeach and Landbeach Action for Youth - £1000
  • Wednesbury Water Polo Club - £1000
  • Welsh Dance Theatre Trust Ltd T/A Rubicon Dance - £1000
  • West Calder High School Parnt Council - £500
  • XLM Tamworth Mentoring Project - £1000
  • Y.A.N.A - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




July 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in July 2018. The total amount we donated was £59,350

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

July’s winners are:

  • 1st Balderton St Giles Guides - £750
  • 1st Roydon Senior Section - £1000
  • Aylsham Recreation Ground - £1000
  • Acorns South Warwickshire Fund Raising Group - £1000
  • Age Concern Bracknell Forest - £600
  • Alcester Town Football Club - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Andover and District Mencap - £1000
  • Backwell Swimming Club - £1000
  • Bentley Baptist Church - £1000
  • Berkeley Community Library - £1000
  • Big Breakfast Plus - £1000
  • BOSP - £1000
  • Bridge of Weir & Kilmalcolm Ranger Unit - £1000
  • British Heart Foundation - Tom Walker - £1000
  • Bundles of Joy - £1000
  • Burgess Hill Town FC - £1000
  • Caister Junior School - £850
  • Coddington and Winthorpe Cricket Club - £1000
  • Coity FC - £1000
  • Cottenham United Colts FC - £1000
  • Diamond Twirlers Majorettes - £1000
  • Disability Sports Coach - £1000
  • Dunbar RNLI Fundraising Committee - £500
  • Durham Wildlife Trust - £1000
  • Eastbourne Sea Cadets - £1000
  • Ellington Primary School - £1000
  • Girl Guiding - Pettypool Activity Centre - £1000
  • Headcorn Cricket & Tennis Club - £1000
  • Help the Homeless Leicester - £1000
  • Johnstone Band - £1000
  • Kettering Carnival - £1000
  • KIDS - £1000
  • Kinnaird Primary School ASL - £500
  • LUB Newport Town Football Club - £1000
  • Middlesbrough PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Northumberland Theatre Company - £1000
  • Oakworth Community Trust - £1000
  • Old Penarthians RFC - £650
  • Pengeulan Primary School - £1000
  • Penkridge Poppies - £1000
  • Rhos Primary School - £1000
  • Rowcroft Hospice - £1000
  • Saltash Community School - £1000
  • Shavington Social Club - £1000
  • Skilz Academy - £1000
  • St Anne's Kite Festival - £1000
  • St Maurice's Basketball Club - £1000
  • St Paul's Hostel - £500
  • St. Mary's Parish Church Haddington - £500
  • Stanningley Under 12s Rugby Team - £1000
  • Support 4 Sight - £1000
  • Tamworth District Scouts - £1000
  • The Chestnut Appeal for Men's Health - £1000
  • Thurlow Fayre - £750
  • Tindale Crescent Residents' Association - £1000
  • Track Academy by Connie Henry - £1000
  • Tree of Hope - one small step for Harry - £1000
  • TWIGS - £1000
  • Waterloo Dock Amateur Football Club - £1000
  • Wessex Community Action - £750
  • Woodlands Animal Sanctuary - £1000
  • Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




June 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

62 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in June 2018. The total amount we donated was £60,155

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

June’s winners are:

  • 1st Falkirk Scout Group - £500
  • Action for Children - Lincolnshire Disabilities Boston - £1000
  • Action For Children - Northampton Short Breaks - £1000
  • Bessacarr FC under 7s - £500
  • Boro Rangers Adults - £1000
  • Bridgwater Cricket Club - £1000
  • Castle Hill Preschool - £1000
  • Chalkdown Group Riding for the Disabled Association - £1000
  • Chepstow Cycling Club - £1000
  • Cilgerran Children's Ward - £1000
  • County Durham and Darlington Foundation Chaity - £1000
  • Crawshaw District Rangers - £1000
  • Dash of Silver - £1000
  • Dinnington Out of School Club - £1000
  • East Coast Hospice - £1000
  • Elburton Primary School Parent Teacher Association - £1000
  • Featherstone AFC - £1000
  • Flexicare - £1000
  • Framlingham Lawn Tennis Tournament - £1000
  • Friends of Stoke Bruerne School (FOSBS) - £1000
  • Fylde 1940s Wartime Weekend - £1000
  • Grange Kidz - £500
  • Grangemouth High School China Trip - £1000
  • Harpur Hill Primary School - £1000
  • Headland Festivals Group - £1000
  • Hi-Tension Trampolining Club - £1000
  • Holy Cross Primary Cathalic Voluntary Academy - £1000
  • Horsmonden Primary School - £1000
  • Just4children - Carter's Journey - £1000
  • Kibblestone District Scout Council - £1000
  • KIDS - £1000
  • Kilmarnock Tennis Club - £1000
  • Kinross Colts J.F.C. 2011 - £1000
  • Liverpool 6 Community Association - £1000
  • Maggie's Glasgow - £1000
  • Malvern Hills Riding for the Disabled Group - £1000
  • Mardy AFC - £700
  • Margaret Green Animal Rescue - £1000
  • New Berkeley Harriers - £1000
  • Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust - £1000
  • NSPCC Wales - £1000
  • PDSA Portsmouth (Cowplain) Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Pinkneys Green Cricket Club - £1000
  • Prostate Cancer UK - £1000
  • Relate - £1000
  • RNIB - £1000
  • Rowcroft Hospice - £1000
  • Saint Michael's Hospice - £1000
  • Shropshire Disability Network - £1000
  • South Lakes Hockey Club - £1000
  • Spiritatplay - £955
  • SSAFA - £1000
  • Stratford Town Colts FC - £1000
  • Sunshines & Smiles Leeds Down Syndrome Network - £1000
  • The Children's Heart Federation - £1000
  • The Grange Day Centre - £1000
  • Timmergreens Primary School PTA - £1000
  • Twinsane Fitness - £1000
  • Warwickshire County Pool Juniors - £1000
  • West Hyde Short Breaks - £1000
  • West Row Academy - £1000
  • York Citizen's Theatre Trust Limited - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




May 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

64 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in May 2018. The total amount we donated was £58,810

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

May’s winners are:

  • Action for Alis - £1000
  • Action for Children - Northumberland Children's Centres - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Amazing Grace - £1000
  • Amesbury Town FC - £500
  • Auckland Youth and Community Centre - £1000
  • Barony Care Contact Point , Buckhaven - £740
  • Berkeley Educational Swimming Trust - £1000
  • Bishops Cleeve Colts - £1000
  • Blessing in Disguise - £1000
  • Burton u11 rugby team - £1000
  • Cambuslang Academy 2006's - £1000
  • Cheshire Vickings - £1000
  • CHICKS - £970
  • Clitheroe and District Amateur Swimming Club (Clitheroe Dolphins) - £1000
  • Cottenham Primary School PTCA - £1000
  • Cottingham Scout and Guide Building Appeal - £1000
  • Coventry Leofric Lions - £1000
  • Diabetes UK - £1000
  • Drumsagard Girls Football Club - £1000
  • Edinburgh South Community Football Club - £500
  • Fossebrook Primary School - £1000
  • Friends of Stainsby School of Gymnastics - £1000
  • Gorebridge Community Cares - £500
  • Guide Dogs Wolverhampton - £1000
  • Haverhill Show - £1000
  • Haworth Riding for the Disabled Group - £1000
  • Hethersett VC Junior School - £1000
  • Jessica's Sarcoma Awareness - £1000
  • Jessie’s Fund - £1000
  • Just4children - Scarlett's Next Steps - £500
  • Lamphey School - £500
  • Lee Gardens Pool Committee - £1000
  • Livability Devon - £1000
  • Madeline Bell - £1000
  • Maggie's Nottingham - £1000
  • Maggie's Oxford - £1000
  • Millbrook Primary School - £1000
  • Northampton and Lamport Railway - £1000
  • Old Chapel Community Project - £1000
  • Paganhill Community Group - £1000
  • Preston Panthers Disability Sports Club - £1000
  • Remembering Rebecca - £750
  • Romilly Primary School PTA - £1000
  • Rubery Juniors FC - £1000
  • Shabaton L'menucha Trust - £1000
  • South Milford Community Primary School - £1000
  • SPLAT Staffordshire CIC - £1000
  • St Murdoch's 2004's - £500
  • Step by Step London - £1000
  • Stratfield & Hartley Wespall Cricket Club - £600
  • Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) - £1000
  • Team Clarewood - £1000
  • Thaxted Primary School - £1000
  • Walmer Cricket Club - £500
  • Warriors Mercians under 11s FC - £750
  • Waterbeach Community Primary School - £1000
  • Watergate Bay Surf Life Saving Club - £1000
  • Wellingborough Amateur Swimming Club - £1000
  • West End Youth Club - £1000
  • Whitburn Community Education Centre - £500
  • Wingham School PTFA - £1000
  • Worstead Festival - £1000
  • York Flourish - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




April 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in April 2018. The total amount we donated was £59,888

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

April’s winners are:

  • 1st Easingwold Scout Group - £1000
  • Abingdon Youth FC - £1000
  • Action for Children's Pembrokeshire Young Carers - £1000
  • Alzheimer's Society - £1000
  • Arbirlot Primary School Parent Council - £1000
  • Ashland Rovers FC - £1000
  • Barnsley Hospice - £1000
  • Barnstaple Abilities Football Club - £1000
  • Basingstoke Kickboxing Organisation - £1000
  • Billinghurst Primary School Community Association - £1000
  • Blind and Sight Impaired Society - £900
  • Blyth Star Enterprises - £1000
  • Braunstone Community Life - £783
  • Broke Not Broken - £1000
  • Brynamman Rugby Club - £900
  • CBEC - £500
  • Central Youth Theatre - £500
  • Charlestown Primary School - £1000
  • Chellaston Community Association - £1000
  • Churchfield Open Space Committee - £1000
  • Cornard United FC - £1000
  • Cransley Hospice Trust - £1000
  • Culham Show - £1000
  • Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Plymouth - £950
  • Dean MacDonald Racing - £1000
  • Defford Cum Besford Friends Association - £1000
  • Diss Town Canival - £1000
  • Ellington Colliery Band - £1000
  • FACT (Fighting All Cancers Together) - £1000
  • Flint Town United Academy - £1000
  • Friends of Castle Wood School - £1000
  • Gorebridge Community Council - £1000
  • Hartcliffe Community Park Farm - £1000
  • Homegrown Food Group - £1000
  • Lancaster Area Search and Rescue - £855
  • Leyland Playscheme - £1000
  • Ludwell Community Primary School PTSA - £1000
  • Luke Deighan - £1000
  • Maggie Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Centres Trust - £1000
  • Move and Learn - £1000
  • Newtongrange Silver Band SCIO - £1000
  • North Walsham Play - £1000
  • Perry Riding for the Disabled - £1000
  • Pinewoods Conservation Group - £1000
  • Pwyllgor Apel Pentyrch a Creigiau Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Caerdydd 2018 - £1000
  • Rainham & Wigmore Community Association - £1000
  • Retford Cricket Club - £1000
  • Rhydypenau School Association - £1000
  • RNLI Salisbury Wilton & District Branch - £1000
  • Rowhedge Coastal Rowing Club - £1000
  • Ruben & Elena Evans - £1000
  • Snowdown Colliery RFC - £500
  • St Margaret's Pre-School - £1000
  • St Mark’s Crescent Methodist Church - £1000
  • Supporting Weston-super-Mare Homeless - £1000
  • Teenage Cancer Trust - £1000
  • The Disability Resource Centre - £1000
  • Thornton In Craven Village Hall - £1000
  • TIBS Under 10 (Yellow) FC - £1000
  • Waterbeach Colts FC - £1000
  • William de Yaxley C of E Academy - £500
  • Witham Rugby Club - £1000
  • Worcester Community Trust - £500

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




March 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in March 2018. The total amount we donated was £60,900

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

March’s winners are:

  • 1st Cwmbwrla Brownies - £ 1000
  • 2434 Church Fenton Squadron Air Training Corps - £ 1000
  • 2nd Brewood Scout Group - £ 750
  • Action for Children - Kiteridge Boarding Unit - £ 1000
  • AFC Fosse - £ 1000
  • Alzheimer's Society - £ 1000
  • Anna's Hope - £ 1000
  • Big Futures Foundation - £ 1000
  • Birmingham City Clubs for Young People - £ 1000
  • Camborne Youth Cricket Club - £ 500
  • Children's Hospice South West - Little Bridge House Hospice - £ 1000
  • Community Furniture Store (Selby) Ltd - £ 1000
  • Coxheath Twinning Association - £ 1000
  • Crawley Open House - £ 1000
  • Dundee Age Concern - £ 1000
  • East Coast FM - £ 1000
  • Ellington Juniors Football Club - £ 1000
  • Evie's Gift - £ 1000
  • Families First North East - £ 1000
  • Furniture Recycling Project - £ 1000
  • Glasgow Hutchesons' Aloysians Sports Club - £ 1000
  • Great Yarmouth Gateway Club - £ 1000
  • Green Community Travel Ltd - £ 1000
  • Harlow Fields School Association - £ 1000
  • Headway West Sussex - £ 1000
  • Heybridge Primary School PTFA - £ 1000
  • Hope Centre - £ 1000
  • Ingleby Barwick Community Litter Project - £ 1000
  • Jordon's School of Dance - £ 1000
  • Just 4 Children - Willing Wilson - £ 1000
  • Just4Children - Lewis Whele - £ 1000
  • Meningitis Now - The Rubie Jane Fisher Forever Fund - £ 250
  • Merlin Top Primary Academy School - £ 1000
  • Mountain Ash Town Mini/Junior Football Club - £ 800
  • Narberth Amateur Football Club - £ 1000
  • Newark Half Marathon - £ 1000
  • Newcastle PDSA Pet Hospital - £ 1000
  • Old Sarum Skatepark project group - £ 1000
  • Parent Council - Neilston Primary School - £ 1000
  • Perth Triathlon Club - £ 1000
  • Peterborough Phantoms Para Ice Hockey Club - £ 1000
  • Poole Swimming Club - £ 1000
  • Redditch & Bromsgrove Sea Cadets - £ 1000
  • Roade Tennis Club - £ 1000
  • Rock FMs Cash for Kids - £ 1000
  • Shauney's Life Goal to Walk Unaided - £ 1000
  • Shepshed Lions Club - £ 1000
  • South West Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre - £ 1000
  • St Jude's Community Hub - £ 1000
  • Stray Aid - £ 1000
  • Tang Hall Community Centre - £ 1000
  • Team 21 FRIENDS - £ 1000
  • Thames Hospice - £ 1000
  • Thanet Community Development Trust - £ 1000
  • The Elite Fight Academy - £ 1000
  • The Movement Centre - £ 1000
  • The Porch Project - £ 1000
  • The Rock - £ 1000
  • Towcester Town Football Club - £ 1000
  • Tuebrook Community Centre Group - £ 1000
  • Tweedbank Early Learners - £ 600
  • We Hear You - £ 1000
  • Woolpit Primary Academy - £ 1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




February 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in February 2018. The total amount we donated was £57,850

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

February’s winners are:

  • 1st Hinckley Girls Brigade - £1000
  • 1st Pulborough & West Chilts Scouts - £1000
  • 4th Dunstable Scout Group - £1000
  • Allerdale COSC - £1000
  • Appleby Magna Cricket Club - £1000
  • Arbirlot Community Trust - £500
  • Blyth Town Girls Under 13 Wildcats - £1000
  • Breast Cancer Haven - £1000
  • Brighter Futures - £1000
  • Bristol PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Brookside Sport Club - £1000
  • Camborne Youth Cricket Club - £800
  • Carmarthenshire Welsh Pony and Cob Association - £800
  • Cash for Kids - £1000
  • Children's Liver Disease Foundation - £1000
  • Endeavour Woodcrafts CIC - £1000
  • Essex Respite & Care Association - £1000
  • Ferndale Grassroots - £750
  • Framlingham Castle Bowls Club - £1000
  • Friends of Guiding - £1000
  • Glasgow Girls FC - £1000
  • Grimethorpe Activity Zone - £1000
  • Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire - £1000
  • HEY Smile Foundation - £875
  • Holmes Chapel and District U3A - £1000
  • Joel's Hereos - £1000
  • Kent Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd - £1000
  • Ketton Early Birds Pre-school - £1000
  • Kingfisher Football Club - £950
  • Kinross Otters Amateur Swimming Club - £750
  • Meadowbank Gymnastics Club - £1000
  • Mountain Ash RFC Mini & Junior Section - £500
  • NARA The Breathing Charity - £500
  • Norfolk Scouts - £1000
  • Northallerton Town Cricket Club - £1000
  • Northumberland County Blind Association - £1000
  • Ordsall Bridon Cricket Club - £1000
  • Paul Popham Running Club - £1000
  • Pocklington Canal Amenity Society - £1000
  • Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity - £1000
  • Rotary Club of Penrith - £1000
  • Shropshire Stags Mixed Ability Rugby Team - £500
  • Siam Mauy Thai Camp - £1000
  • Sight Support Ryedale - £1000
  • South Wilts Cricket Club - £1000
  • Sprotbrough and Cushworth Crusaders Red Junior Football Club Uncer 13's - £1000
  • St Vincent's Hospice - £1000
  • Stewartby & Kempston Parish Council - £800
  • Submit 2 Success - £1000
  • Taunton Military Wives Choir - £1000
  • Tewkesbury Sea Cadets - £1000
  • The Bridge Trust - £1000
  • The Jessie May Trust - £1000
  • The Moorland Mousie Trust - £1000
  • The Oddballs Foundation - £1000
  • Thomas's Life Changing Journey - £1000
  • Thrive - £1000
  • Togidheer Youth Foundation - £1000
  • Tregorrick Youth Football Club - £1000
  • Trunchonbury Festival - £1000
  • Waterbeach Running Festival - £1000
  • Worthing Dynamoes FC - £1000
  • Wrelton Village Hall - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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January 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

61 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in January 2018. The total amount we donated was £59,210

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

January’s winners are:

  • 1st Portsmouth Sea Scouts - £1000
  • 2518 Flint Air Cadets - £700
  • 28th Braid Scout Group - £750
  • 2nd Larbert Boys' Brigade - £750
  • A Child of Mine - £1000
  • Action for Children - £1000
  • Action for Children - Northamptonshire Families - £1000
  • AFC Porth U11s Girls - £1000
  • Alzheimer’s Society - Durham - £1000
  • Alzheimer's Society - North East - £1000
  • Alzheimer's Society - Yorkshire - £1000
  • Arbroath Guildry Incorporation - £1000
  • Basingstoke Gymnastics Club - £1000
  • Broughty Ferry YMCA - £960
  • BucksVision, Visual Impairment Charity - £1000
  • Burry Port and Pembrey Dementia Friendly - £1000
  • Cheltenham Civil Service Sharks - £1000
  • Coety Primary School Friends Association - £1000
  • Collingham Football Club - £1000
  • Cottingham CofE Primary Acadmey - £1000
  • Evenloda PTA - £1000
  • Friends of Bolsover Parks - £1000
  • Gibson Park Little Learners - £500
  • Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity - £1000
  • Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity - Schiehallion Appeal - £1000
  • Hartlepool Blind Welfare Association - £1000
  • Helping Hands - Swindon Homeless - £1000
  • John Gulson Primary School - £750
  • Lawn Primary School - £1000
  • Leyland Warriors Rugby Club - £1000
  • Martham War Memorial Village Hall - £1000
  • Mayhill Junior School - £1000
  • Memory Matters South West CIC - £1000
  • Mid Essex Hospitals Charitable Foundation - £1000
  • Middlesbrough Mela Association - £1000
  • Moorbridge PRU - £1000
  • Newquay Community Orchard - £900
  • PARCS - Slimbridge Parish Council - £1000
  • Pathways Care Farm - £1000
  • REACH CIC - £1000
  • Ripon Cathedral - £1000
  • Rock2Recovery - £1000
  • Royal British Legion Industries - £1000
  • Rutland and Leicestershire Army Responders - £1000
  • Saint Michael's Hospice - £1000
  • SENDS 4 Dad - £600
  • Shevington Football Club - £1000
  • Shropshire ME Group - £1000
  • SIFA Fireside Ltd - £1000
  • Solent Seahawks American Football Club - £1000
  • Spadework - £1000
  • St John's Hospice - £1000
  • Star Throwers - £1000
  • Stray Aid - £1000
  • Terrington St Clement Village Hall Fund - £1000
  • The Blue Cross - £1000
  • The East SILC John Jamieson School - £1000
  • The Pocklington Canal Amenity Society - £1000
  • The Springfields Academy - £600
  • The Wave Project - £1000
  • Thomas Keble School - £700
  • Thurston Rugby Union Football Club - £1000
  • Whirlow Hall Farm Trust - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




December 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

58 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in December 2017. The total amount we donated was £56,850

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

December’s winners are:

  • 4SIGHT ( West Sussex Association for the Blind) - £1000
  • 89th Stenhousemuir Scouts - £1000
  • 9th Bracknell Scout Group - £1000
  • Action For Children - £1000
  • Age UK Newcastle - £1000
  • Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire - £1000
  • Albert's Horse Sanctuary - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Alice House Hospice - £1000
  • Aptitude Organisation CIC - £1000
  • Avon Navigation Trust - £1000
  • Aylsham Bowling Club - £1000
  • Berkley First School - £1000
  • Blackwater Village Trust - £1000
  • Bucks Student Union - £1000
  • Carnegie Theatre Trust - £1000
  • CMT Bramley Funday - £1000
  • Colchester Hospital Charity - £1000
  • Community Minded ltd - £1000
  • Danemill Primary School - £1000
  • Dementia Forward - £1000
  • Equality and Inclusion Partnership - £1000
  • Free to be Kids - £1000
  • Garthamlock and Craigend East Parish Church - £1000
  • Henry Dancer Days - £1000
  • Holderness House Trust - £1000
  • HOPE - £500
  • Hub Community Project - £1000
  • Just Helping Children - £1000
  • Kinnaird Primary School, PTA - £1000
  • Life Education Centre Nottinghamshire - £1000
  • LOCWS International - £1000
  • Louise and Sarah Memorial Fund - £1000
  • New Invention Infant School - £1000
  • Newquay Cormorants ASC - £1000
  • Parents & Friends Association of East Tilbury Schools - £1000
  • PDSA - £1000
  • Sport4Fitness CIC - £1000
  • St James PCC Edge Community Project - £1000
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Cannock) - £1000
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Malmesbury) - £1000
  • St Pius Primary School - £1000
  • T21 Brighton & Hove - £1000
  • Team Evie - £1000
  • Tenovus Cancer Care (Cardiff) - £850
  • Tenovus Cancer Care (Flint) - £1000
  • The Honeypot Children’s Charity - £500
  • The Intersensory Club - £1000
  • The Melanie's Mission Charitable Trust - £1000
  • The Turning Point Counselling Service - £1000
  • The Wave Project Cymru - £1000
  • TLW Dance - £1000
  • Tom's Trust - £1000
  • Trinity Community Arts Ltd. - £1000
  • West Dunbartonshire Epilepsy Support Group - £1000
  • Willen Hospice - £1000
  • Wiltshire Mind - £1000
  • York Teaching Hospital Charity - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




November 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

56 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in November 2017. The total amount we donated was £51,050.00

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

November’s winners are:

  • 222 (Broadlands) Squadron Air Training Corps - £1000
  • 275 (Nantyglo & Blaina) Squadron Air Cadets - £1000
  • 4th Bolsover Scout Group - £1000
  • 8th Truro Guides - £500
  • Action for Children's Headlands School - £1000
  • Active Impact - £1000
  • Battersby Junction Community Association - £1000
  • Benjamin's Smile - £1000
  • Binfield Dog Rescue - £1000
  • C3 Foundation Europe - £1000
  • Chester Used Furniture Enterprise - £1000
  • Creative Confusion - £1000
  • Ellesmere Children's Centre - £1000
  • Family Friends in Windsor and Maidenhead - £1000
  • Farmilo Primary School - £1000
  • Finding Elliott's Feet - £1000
  • Friends of Greentrees School - £1000
  • Gartcosh Sunday Club - £300
  • Glengowan Primary School - £1000
  • Good Hope Hospital charity - £1000
  • Graeme High School - Rights Respecting School Group - £500
  • Great North Air Ambulance Service - £1000
  • Home-Start Stroud District - £1000
  • It's Not All Black and White CIC - £1000
  • Jannine McHaffie - £1000
  • Joss Searchlight - £1000
  • Launch Pad - £500
  • Leicester PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • LinkAble - £1000
  • Louise and Sarah Memorial Fund - £1000
  • Mitchell's Miracles - £1000
  • National Autistic Society Milton Keynes Branch - £1000
  • Newquay Lions Club Carnival - £500
  • Paddock Wood Primary School - £1000
  • Papyrus - £1000
  • Power Pleas Trust - £1000
  • Primal Roots CIC- £1000
  • Riding for the Disabled Association - £1000
  • Roughton Under 5’s Playgroup - £500
  • Sandbach Round Table - £1000
  • School of Street - £1000
  • Scorton Village Pre School - £250
  • Stratford Literary Festival - £1000
  • Stray Aid Ltd - £1000
  • Swansea Beach Soccer Festival - £1000
  • Swansea PDSA Pet Hospital - £1000
  • Terrington St Clement Village Hall Fund - £1000
  • The Lewis Foundation - £1000
  • The People's Kitchen Ltd - £1000
  • The Rainbow Centre - £1000
  • Toby's Fight With Neuroblastoma - £1000
  • Twyning Village Playgroup - £1000
  • Walsall Carers Centre - £1000
  • Woodlands Animal Sanctuary - £1000
  • Wyndham Park School Association - £1000
  • York Festival Trust - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




OCTOBER 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

56 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in October 2017. The total amount we donated was £54,280

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

October’s winners are:

  • 13th Roxeth Scout Group - £900
  • 1st Redditch Girls' and Boys' Brigade - £1000
  • 23rd Wakefield Scout Group - £1000
  • 38th Walsall Wood Scout Group - £1000
  • 4th Maidenhead Girl Guides - £1000
  • Age UK Mid Hampshire - £1000
  • Bedford and District Cerebral Palsy Society (BDCPS) - £1000
  • Bishop Isaac Community Group - £1000
  • Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales - £1000
  • Breast Cancer Care Scotland - £1000
  • Caister Cricket Club - £1000
  • Cambridgeshire Deaf Association - £1000
  • Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) - £1000
  • Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity - £1000
  • Dame Kelly Holmes Trust - £1000
  • Free Radio Cash for Kids - £1000
  • Friends of Little Harrowden Primary School - £1000
  • Friends of Millbrook Chapel of Rest CIC - £880
  • Fundraising for Kai - £1000
  • Girlguiding Durham Division - £1000
  • Glasgow East End Community Carers - £1000
  • Hethersett Memorial Playing Field Trust - £1000
  • Highworth Youth Nexus - £1000
  • HOPE for Autism - £1000
  • James Bulger Memorial Trust - £1000
  • Jennetts Park School PTA - £1000
  • KIDS Yorkshire and the Humber - £1000
  • Life Education Lancashire - £1000
  • Lincoln Friends of Anthony Nolan - £1000
  • Llantilio Pertholey Primary School - £1000
  • Madeline Bell - £1000
  • Mencap - £750
  • Network Counselling and Training Ltd - £1000
  • No5 Young People - £1000
  • Northwood Pensioners - £1000
  • Olivia Bowyer - £1000
  • Open Country - £1000
  • Penllergaer Primary School PTA - £1000
  • Port Talbot ABC - £750
  • Reddingmuirhead Playgroup - £1000
  • RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton Branch - £1000
  • Ryedale Foodbank - £1000
  • Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland - £1000
  • St John's Hospice - £1000
  • Staffordshire Search and Rescue - £1000
  • Stray Aid Ltd - £2000
  • Swindon 10 to 18 Project - £500
  • Swindon Cares - £500
  • Thanet Volunteer Bureau - £1000
  • The Forest of Dean Children's Opportunity Centre - £1000
  • The Friends of Mill Water School - £1000
  • The Survival Surgery 4 Sarah Trust - £1000
  • Timezone@maddiston - £1000
  • Treloggan Residents Association - £1000
  • Weymouth Carers Support Group - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




SEPTEMBER 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

59 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in September 2017. The total amount we donated was £56,334

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

September’s winners are:

  • 1st Hartburn Sea Scouts - £1000
  • Action for Children - £1000
  • Action Medical Research for Children - £1000
  • Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire - £1000
  • Albrighton Players Drama Group - £1000
  • Alsager Gardens Association - £1000
  • Arbroath Flower Club - £500
  • Artlink - £1000
  • ASD Rainbows - £1000
  • Blandford Forum PCC - £1000
  • Blockley Sports and Social Club - £1000
  • Bridgwater Sea Cadets - £1000
  • British Red Cross (Luton) - £1000
  • British Red Cross (North Yorkshire) - £1000
  • British Red Cross (Stockton) - £1000
  • Broadland High School - £1000
  • Chelmsford Community Transport - £750
  • Claypole Village Hall - £1000
  • Colebridge Young People's Club - £1000
  • Community Foster Care - £1000
  • Drama Expressions for Children - £1000
  • East Calder Gala - £500
  • Friends of Frome Hospital (Community Defibrillator Scheme) - £1000
  • Friends of Longstone School - £1000
  • Friends of St Godric's - £1000
  • Friends of Yaxley Infant School - £1000
  • Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity - £1000
  • Greenleas School - £1000
  • Group B Strep Support - £1000
  • Happy Timers CIC - £1000
  • Help Thomas 2 Dance - £1000
  • Hessle Road Network - £1000
  • Just 4 Children - Isabella's Wish to Walk - £1000
  • Just 4 Children Save for Samuel - £1000
  • Just Helping Children - £1000
  • Kent MS Therapy Centre - £1000
  • Kinross-shire Volunteer Group & Rural Outreach Scheme - £1000
  • Landaid Charitable Trust - £1000
  • Leeds Mencap - £1000
  • Llwynhendy and Pemberton Forum - £1000
  • Morpeth Town U14's Football Club - £250
  • PACSO - £929
  • Painsley Catholic Academy - £1000
  • Pilgrim Hearts Trust - £1000
  • Reading Sea Cadets - £1000
  • Rock FM’s Cash for Kids - £1000
  • Saint Michael's Hospice - £644
  • Sea Cadet Corps Cambridge Unit 066 - £1000
  • Share Trust - £961
  • Sound Waves - £1000
  • St Issey School PTA - £1000
  • St Teath CP School - £1000
  • St Wilfrid's Hospice Eastbourne - £1000
  • Stroud Rotary Club - £800
  • Support to Recovery - £1000
  • The Jericho Foundation - £1000
  • The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre - £1000
  • ToTs - £1000
  • Worcester Community Trust - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




AUGUST 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

58 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in AUGUST 2017. The total amount we donated was £53,594

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

August’s winners are:

  • 10th Worcester Guides - £1,000
  • 1st Studley Scout Group - £1,000
  • Age UK Northumberland - £1,000
  • Baillieston Community Care - £1,000
  • Balloons - £1,000
  • Bentley Baptist Church - £1,000
  • Cakes 4 Casualties - £1,000
  • Cirencester Housing for Young People - £1,000
  • Community of Purpose CIC - £1,000
  • Daybreak Oxford - £1,000
  • Diss Corn Hall Trust - £1,000
  • Doncaster Housing for Young People Limited - £500
  • Emiah Ellis' Operation - £1,000
  • Funtastic Friday Special Needs Youth Club - £1,000
  • Gillingham DofE Open Award Centre - £1,000
  • Glenridding Public Hall CIO - £994
  • Golden Tree Productions - £1,000
  • Headlands Festivals Group - £1,000
  • Herstmonceux Amateur Theatrical Society (HATS) - £950
  • Hope Initiatives (Shrewsbury) - £450
  • Hull Foodbank - £600
  • John Gulson Primary School - £900
  • Larkhall Gala Day Committee - £1,000
  • Lawrance Park Recreation Ground & Community Association - £1,000
  • Lead Scotland - £800
  • Lichfield Waterworks Trust - £1,000
  • Liskerell Nursery and Preschool - £1,000
  • Littlehampton Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Macrobert Arts Centre - £500
  • Mayor of Chorley's Charity Appeal in aid of Lancashire Mind and Young Addiction - £500
  • Men in Sheds Littlehampton East - £1,000
  • Norfolk Zipper Club (Cardiac Patients Association) - £1,000
  • North Nottinghamshire Community First Responders - £1,000
  • Old St Mellons Village Association - £1,000
  • Pages Play Café - £500
  • Pembrey and Burry Port community forum - £1,000
  • Relay for Life Arbroath - £900
  • RS Dancers Association - £1,000
  • Run With It - £1,000
  • South Tees Hospital Charity Oncology Department - £1,000
  • St Mary Gillingham Scout Group - £1,000
  • St Mary's PCC Food Bank - £1,000
  • Stray Aid Ltd - £1,000
  • STV Children's Appeal - £1,000
  • Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall Hospice - £1,000
  • Sunderland and County Durham Royal Society for the Blind - £1,000
  • Tameside Striders Denton Walking Football Group - £500
  • The Friends of Prince Consort Gardens - £1,000
  • The Open Door Centre - £1,000
  • The Tom Bowdidge Foundation - £1,000
  • The Welcome Centre - £1,000
  • The Yellow Teapot Club - £500
  • Torbay and South Devon NHS Charitable Fund - £1,000
  • Towcester Studio Band - £1,000
  • Tram Stop Shelter - £1,000
  • TS Hastings Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Warning Zone - £1,000
  • Watford Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Centre - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




JULY 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

56 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in July 2017. The total amount we donated was £53,230.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

July’s winners are:

  • 15th Gloucester Brownies - £1,000
  • 1st Truro Senior Section unit - £500
  • 1st Westgate On Sea Scout Group - £1,000
  • 6th Prestonpans Brownies - £500
  • 9th Hayes Rainbows - £1,000
  • Action for Children - £1,000
  • Action for Children - TY Laura Short Breaks - £1,000
  • Anglia in Bloom - £1,000
  • BIBIC - £1,000
  • Blisland Community Association - £1,000
  • BRFM Bridge Radio Ltd - £500
  • Brighter Futures - £1,000
  • Centurion with Westgate Scout Group - £1,000
  • Cranfield First Responders - £1,000
  • Derby Hospitals Charity - £1,000
  • Droitwich AED - £1,000
  • Exotic Pet Refuge - £1,000
  • Ezzys Wish to Walk - £1,000
  • Federation of Jewish Services - £700
  • Fighting Ependymoma: The Chris Bramhall Children's Brain Tumour Research Charity - £1,000
  • Friends of O.S.C.A.R - £1,000
  • Fulford Show - £500
  • Girlguiding South West England - £1,000
  • Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network - £1,000
  • Gunton Primary Academy - £1,000
  • Hay Community Woodland Group - £1,000
  • Heel and Toe Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Henry Gibbs - £1,000
  • Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind - £500
  • If U Care Share Foundation - £1,000
  • It's Not All Black and White CIC - £2,000
  • JAFFA - £1,000
  • JDRF - £1,000
  • Joni's Army - £1,000
  • Just 4 Children (Ellie's fusion) - £1,000
  • KIDS - £1,000
  • Living Lights - £1,000
  • Mary Hare School for Deaf Children - £1,000
  • Midlothian Foodbank - £1,000
  • NCC re Farmilo Primary School and Nursery - £1,000
  • Newton and Earlestown Community Group - £1,000
  • Nottingham City Lionhearts Marching Band - £1,000
  • Open Kitchen - £500
  • Roade Village Hall & Playing Field Charity - £1,000
  • Rose Road Association - £1,000
  • Shadowlight Artists - £900
  • South East Berkshire Gang Show - £1,000
  • Stock Ward, Broomfield Hospital - £1,000
  • Stone Community Hub - £630
  • Team Jacko - £1,000
  • The Catherine McEwan Foundation - £1,000
  • The Principle Trust Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Visually Impaired Social Club of York - £1,000
  • Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance - £1,000
  • Western Beacons Mountain Search & Rescue Team - £1,000
  • York Women's Counselling Services - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




JUNE 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

58 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in June 2017. The total amount we donated was £55,772.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

June’s winners are:

  • 1st Cwmbwrla Brownies - £300
  • 1st Uxbridge Scout Group - £1,000
  • 74th Birmingham Scout Group - £1,000
  • 9th Romsey (West Wellow) Scouts - £1,000
  • Action for Children Fostering North - £1,000
  • Angela's Small Cell Ovarian Cancer Research fund - £1,000
  • Bagshot Playing Fields Association - £1,000
  • Beat This C.I.C - £1,000
  • Blisland Community Association - £900
  • Bradford Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Briton Ferry Musical Theatre Company - £1,000
  • Butterwick Hospice - £1,000
  • Caledonia Primary School Parent Council - £1,000
  • Claypole Parish Council - £1,000
  • Cumwhinton School Supporters Association - £500
  • Dogs for Good - £1,000
  • Double R Arts - £700
  • Durham Area Disability Leisure Group - £1,000
  • East Coast Hospice - £1,000
  • Eastmoor Community Project Ltd - £1,000
  • Farleigh Hospice - £1,000
  • Freedom Wizard - £1,000
  • Grace Kelly Ladybird Trust - £1,000
  • Great Yarmouth Lions Club - £1,000
  • Gryffe Theatre Improvement Group - £1,000
  • Herts Inclusive Theatre - £1,000
  • Hinckley Homeless Group - £1,000
  • Hugs from Henry - £1,000
  • It's not all Black and White CIC - £2,000
  • Jai's Tandem - £1,000
  • John Taylor Hospice - £1,000
  • Kingscare League of Friends - £1,000
  • Louise's fight for life-saving neuro-surgery - £1,000
  • Middlesbrough Council - £1,000
  • Newark Half Marathon - £1,000
  • Out of Sight - £1,000
  • PCC of Over with Nether Compton - £1,000
  • Peasholme Charity York - £1,000
  • Redbridge Children's Literary Festival - £600
  • Riccall Regen 2000 - £1,000
  • Royal Glamorgan Intensive Care Unit - £800
  • Shepshed Toy Library - £1,000
  • Stick 'n' Step - £1,000
  • Stratford Walking Football Group - £1,000
  • Taylor Made Dreams - £980
  • The Chronicle Sunshine Fund - £1,000
  • The Hope Nature Centre Ltd - £1,000
  • The Mill Arts Centre Trust - £1,000
  • The Rainbow Dream Charity - £500
  • Trallwng Infant School - £1,000
  • Volunteer Development East Lothian (STRiVE) - £1,000
  • Volunteer Midlothian - £1,000
  • Warden Park Primary Academy - £1,000
  • Wessex Fostering (Action for Children) - £1,000
  • Wolgarston High School - £1,000
  • York Inspirational Kids - £750
  • Young Gloucestershire - £742
  • Young Kent - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




MAY 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

52 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in May 2017. The total amount we donated was £48,300.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

May’s winners are:

  • 6th Selby (Brayton) Scout Group - £1,000
  • Action For Children Harrogate & Craven Young Carers - £1,000
  • Adastra Academy Trust t/a Brougham Primary School - £1,000
  • Ashland Rovers FC - £1,000
  • Beyond Limits Kent - £1,000
  • BIBIC - £1,000
  • Biggleswade Cancer Support Group - £1,000
  • Cerebral Palsy Sport - £1,000
  • Chalfonts Community College - £1,000
  • Chelsea's Angels - £1,000
  • Chichester Down Syndrome Support Group - £1,000
  • Clavering Primary School - £1,000
  • Community Furniture Aid - £900
  • Crownway Community Centre - £1,000
  • Culham Show - £1,000
  • Dean Thistle Football Club - £1,000
  • Disabled Family & Friends Association - £350
  • Embrace Change - £750
  • Endeavour Woodcrafts CIC - £1,000
  • Fylde Borough Council - £1,000
  • Kilmarnock YMCA - £1,000
  • Lions Club of Liskeard - £1,000
  • Maggie's Swansea - £1,000
  • Me2 Club - £1,000
  • Melton Mowbray District Scouts - £1,000
  • Newport St George's Day Committee - £500
  • Newtongrange Silver Band SCIO - £1,000
  • Panda Playgroup - £1,000
  • Pathways Care Farm - £1,000
  • Perfect Circle Theatre Company - £1,000
  • Purple Wings Charity - £1,000
  • Radio Borders Cash for Kids - £1,000
  • Retired Greyhound Trust - £1,000
  • Rugby Town Sports Trust - £1,000
  • Saint Francis Hospice - £1,000
  • Shrewsbury HouseYouth & Community Centre - £1,000
  • Shutford Village Hall - £1,000
  • Sparkwell Parish Hall & Playground Trust - £1,000
  • SPEADA - £1,000
  • Speakability Association Sandwell - £500
  • St Anne's Hostel - £1,000
  • Stephen Sykes Cancer Treatment - £1,000
  • Swindon Carers Centre - £1,000
  • Swindon Cares - £750
  • The Downright Special Network - £750
  • The Emerald Centre - £1,000
  • The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust Charitable Fund - £1,000
  • The Rob George Foundation - £1,000
  • Trimdon Village Hall - £750
  • Twyning Short Mat Bowls Club - £1,000
  • Whitmore Bay SLSC - £1,000
  • Wispjudo Wales - £800

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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APRIL 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

57 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in April 2017. The total amount we donated was £55,762.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

April’s winners are:

  • Ark Cancer Centre Charity - £1,000
  • Arthur Hill - Save Our Swimming Community Interest Company - £900
  • Asperger's Children and Carers Together - £1,000
  • Barnsley Blind and Partially Sighted Association - £1,000
  • Burbage & Easton Royal CC - £1,000
  • Cancer Research - £1,000
  • Carmarthen Youth Project - £1,000
  • Coddington Church of England Primary School - £1,000
  • Coldlands Colts FC - £1,000
  • Downton Motor Club (DEWS) - £1,000
  • Framlingham Sports Club - £500
  • Friends of Barnwell Country Park - £700
  • Friends of Follifoot Wildlife Recreation and Play - £1,000
  • Friends of Westhaven - £1,000
  • Grimsargh Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Harvey O'Shea -Potter - £1,000
  • Hay Castle Trust - £1,000
  • Headway Cambridgeshire - £1,000
  • Help4Harrison - £1,000
  • High 5 Leighton Buzzard - £1,000
  • Hospiscare - £942
  • John Hellins Primary School - £1,000
  • KIDS Fareham and Gosport young carers - £1,000
  • Light up Kinross - £1,000
  • Mark Cross Community Centre - £1,000
  • Melanie's Mission to Live - £2000
  • Musselburgh Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • North Petherton RFC Mini & Juniors Section - £800
  • Okehampton Rugby Football Club - £1,000
  • Old Elizabethans Cricket Ground - £1,000
  • Orchard Primary and Nursery Parent Council - £500
  • Richard Lee Primary School - £1,000
  • RLI Childrens Ward Bogie Race - £1,000
  • SASH (Safe and Sound Homes) - £1,000
  • Scarlett's Next Step - Just4Children - £1,000
  • Scottish Emergency Rider Volunteer Service - £1,000
  • Sheppey Matters - £750
  • Shrewsbury & Oswestry Crucial Crew - £1,000
  • Sileby Town Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Sleaford Gymnastics Club - £1,000
  • South Milford Memorial Park and Playing Field Association - £1,000
  • St Austell Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Staines Boat Club - £1,000
  • Stewarton Academy Parent Council - £1,000
  • Stone Hammers Athletic Football Club - £1,000
  • Stratford Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Stray Aid Ltd - £1,000
  • Support Mandy - £1,000
  • Supporters for Stray and Abandoned Dogs - £1,000
  • Swansea Community Farm - £850
  • Time out for Carers - £1,000
  • Trunchonbury Festival - £1,000
  • Upwards with Downs - £1,000
  • Velindre Cancer Hospital - £1,000
  • Vulcan FC - £1,000
  • Westbury (Wiltshire) Welfare for the Elderly - £820
  • Wilberfoss Allotments Association - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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MARCH 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

57 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in March 2017. The total amount we donated was £57,450.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

March’s winners are:

  • 1st East Leake Guides - £500
  • 20 Sea View Villas - £3000
  • Barnsley Hospice - £1000
  • Bishopton Primary Parent Council - £1000
  • Bramley Cof E Primary School - £1000
  • Challenging Perceptions - £1000
  • Clubhouse - £1000
  • Craigmillar Literacy Trust - £1000
  • Crown Newlaithes Ladies FC - £1000
  • Derllwyn House - £1000
  • Downton Moot Preservation Trust - £1000
  • East Leake Bantams Junior Football Club - £800
  • Eggar's School - £1000
  • FSE - £800
  • Gorebridge United YFC - £650
  • Gwauncelyn Primary School - £1000
  • Hadleigh Cricket Club - £1000
  • Hannah Petrons - £1000
  • Headless Cross - £1000
  • Headway Rotherham - £1000
  • IDAS - £1000
  • Kilmarnock Kinship - £1000
  • K-Sports Cobdown - £1000
  • Lighthouse Club - £1000
  • Long Eaton Sea Cadets – TS Indomitable - £1000
  • Louise and Sarah Memorial Fund - £1000
  • Lowestoft Summer Festival - £1000
  • Lyra Can - £1000
  • Martha Trust - £1000
  • Mayhill Junior School - £1000
  • Melksham Scout Group - £1000
  • Newton Family and Community Association - £1000
  • NSPCC - £1000
  • Pitcorthie Playgroup - £1000
  • Police Treatment Centres - £1000
  • Preston Primary School - £1000
  • RSPCA Blackpool & North Lancs Branch - £1000
  • Selby Channel Swimmers - £1000
  • Sensational Vibes Youth and Community Development Group - £610
  • St. Botolph's Parochial Church Council - £1000
  • Stay & Play - St Pius Primary - £590
  • Stratford Thunderbirds Junior Netball Club - £1000
  • Stray Aid Ltd - £2000
  • Terrington Guide & Scout Group - £1000
  • TFM Cash for Kids - £1000
  • Thame Sports Club - £1000
  • The Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund - £1000
  • The Market Lounge - £1000
  • The Royal Marines Charity - £500
  • The Warwick & Leamington Foodbank - £1000
  • Tiverton Spartans Ability Counts Football Club - £1000
  • Towcester Town Football Club - £1000
  • Town Clerk - £1000
  • Tree of Hope - £1000
  • WHERE - £1000
  • Woodthorpe Development Trust - £1000
  • Zack will walk with our help - £1000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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FEBRUARY 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

60 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in February 2017. The total amount we donated was £ 53,935.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

February’s winners are:

  • 19E Manor Gardens - £500
  • 1st Pershore Scout Group - £1,000
  • 3 Clos Nant Coslech - £500
  • ABC Group - £800
  • Adur Special Needs Project - £1,000
  • Bexley Crossroads Crae Ltd - £885
  • Bicton Bowling Club - £1,000
  • BIEN Group - £1,000
  • Bolton Lads and Girls Club - £1,000
  • Chellaston Community Association - £750
  • Children's Hospice South West - £1,000
  • City of Coventry Scout County - £1,000
  • Corby Gymnastics Academy - £1,000
  • Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team (Tavistock) - £1,000
  • Deafblind UK Head Office - £950
  • Deeside Caledonia Pipe Band - £1,000
  • Durham Trinity Scout Group - £800
  • East Calder Gala - £500
  • Eastleigh Youth & Community Trust - £1,000
  • Empire Boxing Club - £1,000
  • Fairhill Community Group - £1,000
  • Fairview School - £900
  • Frogmore Infant School PTA - £400
  • Gorleston Rotary Club Makes Music - £100
  • Great Oaks School - £1,000
  • Hagge Woods Trust - £1,000
  • Hay Theatre - £1,000
  • Help Alfie Walk - £1,000
  • Homemaker Southwest - £1,000
  • Kilbarchan Smile - £1,000
  • Little Oaks Pre-School - £150
  • Longniddry Villa FC - £500
  • LUPUS UK - £1,000
  • NSPCC - £1,000
  • Operation Josh - £2,000
  • Pam Beynon - £500
  • Prospects Amateur Boxing Club - £750
  • Queensgate - £500
  • Queensway ABC - £1,000
  • Raising for Raife - £1,000
  • Reach Learning Disability - £1,000
  • REMAP - £1,000
  • Ryan's Wish to Walk - £1,000
  • St George's Knights Powerchair FC - £1,000
  • St Thomas' Community Project - £950
  • Stoke Mandeville Wheelchair Rugby Tean - £1,000
  • Stranton Primary School - £1,000
  • Terrington Day Centre - £1,000
  • The BOSP Office - £1,000
  • The Honey Bunch - £500
  • Throston Primary School PTA - £1,000
  • Treffry Residents' Association - £1,000
  • Trinity Homeless Project - £1,000
  • Tuebrook Hope Group - £1,000
  • TuffCyle CIC - £1,000
  • Variety, the children's charity - £1,000
  • We Hear You - £1,000
  • Wilberfoss, Kexby and Newton Playing Fields Association - £1,000
  • Worcestershire Community Trust - £1,000
  • Ysgol Hendrefelin - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




JANUARY 2017 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

60 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in January 2017. The total amount we donated was £57,870.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

January’s winners are:

  • 13 New Buildings Lane - £1,000
  • 1st Callington Scout Group - £1,000
  • 26th Abingdon Scout Group - £1,000
  • ABC to read - £1,000
  • Action for Children, Stoke Aiming High - £1,000
  • Age UK Leicestershire & Rutland - £1,000
  • Alysham St Giles Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Andover Lipreaders - £1,000
  • Association for Glycogen Storage Diseases - £1,000
  • Aylesham Welfare and Leisure Centre - £1,000
  • Barnard Grove Primary School - £1,000
  • Boston United Community Football Club - £750
  • Bradford Disability Football Club - £1,000
  • Bridgwater Cricket Club - £635
  • Central Youth Theatre - £1,000
  • Chalfont St Peter Infant School - £1,000
  • Charlton Farm - £1,000
  • Chernobyl Children Life Line - £1,000
  • Circle of Comfort - £1,000
  • Clearbrook Wild Child - £500
  • Cramlington Town FC - £1,000
  • Darnley Primary School - £885
  • Dover Amateur Radio Club - £1,000
  • Earlestown Cricket Club - £1,000
  • East Pasture Farm - £1,000
  • Evalyn Swims Now Lets Help Her Walk - £1,000
  • Exeter City Football in the Community - £1,000
  • Farleigh Hospice - £1,000
  • Felix's Future - £1,000
  • Fylde Coast Radio - £1,000
  • Giroscope Ltd - £1,000
  • Gymtopia North East Gymnastics Club - £1,000
  • Hay-on-Wye School PTFA - £1,000
  • Kineton Music Festival - £1,000
  • Lead a Bright Future - £1,000
  • Learning Library - £1,000
  • Lizzie's Barn Sanctuary - £1,000
  • Luke's Wish - £1,000
  • Mad Dog Sport - £1,000
  • Made in Corby - £1,000
  • Mags4Kids - £1,000
  • Malamute Matters - £1,000
  • Men in Sheds Hull - £1,000
  • NARA The Breathing Charity - £1,000
  • Newton-le-Willows FC - £1,000
  • Ponteprennau Primary School - £1,000
  • Rainy Day Trust - £1,000
  • Redditch United Football Club - £1,000
  • Roundabout Ltd - £1,000
  • Sacred Heart R. C. Primary School - £1,000
  • Safe Space - £1,000
  • SPARC Sport - £500
  • Star Bereavement Support Service - £600
  • Syngenta Juveniles FC 2010 - £1,000
  • Taunton Thespians - £1,000
  • Terrington St Clement Village Hall Fund - £1,000
  • Variety, the Children's Charity (Midlands Region) - £1,000
  • Water Orton & District Tennis Club - £1,000
  • Westburn Nursery & Caledonia Centre Youth Group - £1,000
  • Wymondham Rugby Club - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




DECEMBER 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

53 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in December 2016. The total amount we donated was £50,815.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

December’s winners are:

  • 1st Lowton Rainbows - £295
  • Abergavenny Town Football Club - £1,000
  • Action for Children - The Haven - £1,000
  • Appaws for Austism - £1,000
  • Arrive Alive Response - £1,000
  • Arthurlie Juniors Youth Football Academy - £1,000
  • Beth Johnson Foundation - £1,000
  • Caister on Sea WI - £1,000
  • Canvey Island Youth Project - £1,000
  • Cathedral Archer Projet - £1,000
  • Clarbeston Road AFC - £1,000
  • Clift Meadow Park Trust - £1,000
  • COACH - £1,000
  • Community Awareness Programme - £1,000
  • Cranbrook Education Campus PTA Group - £1,000
  • Deighton Into Sport Project - £1,000
  • Downton Tennis Club - £1,000
  • Earley Community First Responders - £1,000
  • East Plean Primary School & Nursery - £1,000
  • Empathy for Special Children - £1,000
  • FoodCycle - £1,000
  • Football for Cancer - £1,000
  • Goatacre Cricket Club - £750
  • Great Ormond Street Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Hailsham Bowling Club - £500
  • Hethersett & the Meltons Sports Association - £1,000
  • Hop Skip and Jump South West - £1,000
  • Hot Line Meals Service - £1,000
  • JDRF - £1,000
  • Lakelands Hospice - £1,000
  • Leicester Shelter Housing Aid & Research Project - £1,000
  • Lochleven Diamonds - £600
  • Melanie's Mission to Live - £1,000
  • Millfields Inspired - £1,000
  • National Autistic Society Bristol Branch - £800
  • National Literacy Trust - £1,000
  • Nottingham Play Forum - £1,000
  • NSPCC - £1,000
  • Penrith Beekeepers Association - £1,000
  • Queensferry Care - £1,000
  • Ravensdale Primary School - £1,000
  • Ruddi's Retreat - £1,000
  • Shelter Cymru - £1,000
  • St Peter's Pre-School - £1,000
  • Stand up for Sadie - £1,000
  • Starr Dance Academy - £1,000
  • Tewkesbury Medieval Festival - £1,000
  • The Sailor Children's Society - £1,000
  • Think Ahead Community Stroke Group - £1,000
  • Thirteen Group - £870
  • Walmer Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Wardle Academy Brass Brand Association - £1,000
  • Yardley Gobion Recreation Centre - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




NOVEMBER 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

48 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in November 2016. The total amount we donated was £47,120.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

November’s winners are:

  • 1st Cranbrook Scout Group - £1,000
  • Action For Children Kaleidoscope - £1,000
  • Afan FM for Neath Port Talbot - £1,000
  • Andover and District Mencap - £1,000
  • Belvoir Cricket & Countryside Trust - £500
  • Big Breakfast + - £1,000
  • Breast Cancer Care Scotland - £1,000
  • Calderwood Residents Association - £1,000
  • Cancer Research UK - £500
  • ChainWorks Productions - £1,000
  • Crisis UK - £1,000
  • Edinburgh University Cardiovascular Research Centre BHF Fundraising Group - £800
  • Faith's Journey - £500
  • FCV Dorcas Befriending Project - £1,000
  • Friends of St. Benet's Primary School - £250
  • Goldhill Play Association - £1,000
  • Hand on Heart Kendal Project - £1,000
  • Hart Gymnastics Club - £1,000
  • Higham Ferrs Gateway Club - £1,000
  • Hornsea Rescue - £2,000 (nominated by two regional offices)
  • Ingol Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Josh Evans Trust Fund - £1,000
  • Keynsham & District Mencap Society - £1,000
  • Lancaster City Youth - £1,000
  • Little Legs Coady - £1,000
  • Mad Dog Sport - £1,000
  • Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres - (Cheltenham) - £1,000
  • Maria Taylor Charity - £1,000
  • Martin Fisher's bike ride - £500
  • Middlesbrough Foster Carers Association - £1,000
  • Newport First Responders - £1,000
  • North Dorset Citizens Advice - £1,000
  • North Solihull Singers - £1,000
  • Sandbach Round Table - £1,000
  • St John's Primary Parent Council - £1,000
  • Staffordshire Wolves Visually Impaired Cricket Team - £1,000
  • Street League - £1,000
  • Sully Sports Colts Under 12's - £1,000
  • TEAM Clarewood - £1,000
  • Thanet Disabled Riding Club - £1,000
  • The Bridge - £1,000
  • The Oast Rainham an Wigmnore Community Association - £970
  • The People's Kitchen - £3,000 (nominated by two regional offices)
  • The Phoebe Research Fund - £500
  • The Rob George Foundation - £1,000
  • Thomas Mills High School - £1,000
  • TIBS Under 9 (Yellow) - £600
  • U-UKSLP and Huxlow Science College - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




OCTOBER 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

59 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in October 2016. The total amount we donated was £53,949.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

October’s winners are:

  • Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire - £300
  • Alice House Hospice - £1,000
  • All Saints Church - £1,000
  • Asthma Relief - £1,000
  • Bilston People's Centre - £1,000
  • Blackpool Music School - £1,000
  • BOUNCE - £500
  • Breast Cancer Care - £1,000
  • Bright Sparks Playgroup - £1,000
  • British Red Cross (Aberdeen) - £990
  • British Red Cross (Sheffield) - £1,000
  • Broughty Ferry YMCA - £950
  • Castle Morpeth Disability Association - £1,000
  • Chiltern MS - £1,000
  • Chipmunks Childrens Charity - £500
  • David Searle - £1,000
  • Dove House Hospice - £1,000
  • Easingwold Community Youth Centre (COZIE) - £1,000
  • Forest of Hearts - £1,000
  • Framlingham Business Association - £1,000
  • Friends Of Ottery Library - £1,000
  • Funds of Dylan - £1,000
  • Gem's Cash for Kids - £1,000
  • hft South Coast - £1,000
  • James Dack Ghana Fundraising - £500
  • Jimmy Macs Activity Centre - £1,000
  • John Hellins Primary School - £1,000
  • Macrobert Arts Centre - £1,000
  • Mad Dog Sport - £1,000
  • Maldon Fundraising Group - £1,000
  • National Deaf Children's Society - £1,000
  • Nell May Connick - £1,000
  • Nether Robertland Primary Parents Assn. - £1,000
  • Newton le Willows u8 Aces - £1,000
  • North Dorset RFC - £1,000
  • Northamptonshire Federation of Disability Sports - £1,000
  • Old St Mellons Community Council - £809
  • Penarth Allstars Netball Club - £1,000
  • Penhill Orchard Group - £500
  • Pershore Volunteers Centre - £1,000
  • Purbeck Citizens Advice - £1,000
  • RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Trust - £1,000
  • Royal Mencap Society - £500
  • Saints Netball - £1,000
  • SNAP - Special Needs Adventure Playground - £1,000
  • St Andrews Church - £1,000
  • St Cleer Primary School - £1,000
  • Stewarton Tennis & Sports Club - £1,000
  • Taunton Dean Bowling Club - £1,000
  • Three Spires Musical Theatre - £1,000
  • Tom's Trust - £1,000
  • Topcats - £1,000
  • Trauma Recovery Centre - £1,000
  • Wheldrake Juniors Football Club - £700
  • Wigan & Leigh Young Carers - £1,000
  • Willowburn Hospice - £1,000
  • York Advocacy, York Mind - £200
  • Yorkshire Ambulance Volunteer First Responders - £1,000
  • Young at Heart over 60s Club - £500

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




SEPTEMBER 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

57 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in September 2016. The total amount we donated was £53,030.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

September’s winners are:

  • 2nd Chance Group - £950
  • Abergavenny Cricket club - £750
  • Action for Children Dewsbury East Children’s Centres - £1,000
  • Ambitious About Autism - £1,000
  • Autism Centre - £1,000
  • Balcombe Cricket Club - £1,000
  • BloomInArt North East CIC - £1,000
  • Bridgend County Swim Squad - £1,000
  • Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce - £1,000
  • Chloe & Sophie's Special Ears Fund - £1,000
  • Cirencester March Hare Festival - £1,000
  • Cornwall Disability Football League - £1,000
  • Denis Law Legacy Trust Streetsport - £900
  • Dundee Young CarersProject - £990
  • Dylan's Dream Trike - £500
  • Ellesmere Rangers Football Club - £750
  • Fair City Baton Twirlers - £400
  • Falkirk Junior Gaelic Chior - £440
  • Felsted Primary School PTA - £1,000
  • Fife Academy of Performing Arts - £800
  • Friends of Bridgetown School (FoBS) - £1,000
  • Friends of Ysgol Maes Hyfryd - £1,000
  • Glyn Dewsbury sponsored Mt Snowdon walk for Birmingham Children’s Hospital - £1,000
  • Haddington Rugby Football Club - £1,000
  • Hendy Juniors RFC - £500
  • Johnstone Scout Group - £1,000
  • Keeley Howard - crowd funding - £1,000
  • Lainshaw Primary Parents' Assn. - £1,000
  • Lindsey Lodge Hospice - £1,000
  • Lochee Boys & Girls Club - £1,000
  • Mental Health Support in Hambleton & Richmondshire - £1,000
  • Monmouth Rotary Club - £1,000
  • Morecombe Hawk Junior Football - £1,000
  • Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children - £1,000
  • PaddleBoat Theatre CIC - £1,000
  • Pearl Hyde Community Primary School - £1,000
  • Peterborough Women's Aid - £1,000
  • Petersfield Town Football Club - £1,000
  • Pool Hayes Primary School - £1,000
  • Sileby Town FC - £1,000
  • Sittingbourne First Responders - £1,000
  • Solent Thrashers American Football Academy - £1,000
  • Springboard Opportunity Group - £750
  • St Andrews Church - £1,000
  • St Barnabas CE First and Middle School - £1,000
  • Sue Ryder - Nettlebed Hospice - £1,000
  • The Gem Appeal - £1,000
  • The Polly Parrot Appeal - £1,000
  • The Prince of Wales Hospice - £1,000
  • Thorngumbald Preschool - £1,000
  • Thorpe Hall Hospice - £1,000
  • Tree of Hope - £1,000
  • Trowbridge Town Football Club - £300
  • Wessex Cancer Trust - £1,000
  • West Monkton Primary School - £1,000
  • Westerhope 1st Scouts - £1,000
  • Willen Hospice - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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AUGUST 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

47 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in August 2016. The total amount we donated was £46,311.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

August’s winners are:

  • 2nd Brightonhill Guides - £1,000
  • Action For Children - £1,000
  • Action for Children's Pre-school project - £1,000
  • Bella's wish - £800
  • British Lung Foundation - £1,000
  • Cauldwell Children - £1,000
  • Challengers - £972
  • Clic Sargent - £1,500
  • Cure Leukaemia - £1,000
  • DCN Childcare - £960
  • Deaf Children Northwest - £1,000
  • Dreams Come True Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Eastleigh Junior FC - £1,000
  • Exeter City Ability Counts Football Club - £1,000
  • FC Porthcawl - £1,000
  • Fordbank Primary School - £1,000
  • Freedom Stroke Club - £1,000
  • Funds for Kyle - £1,000
  • Glasgow Children's Hospital charity - £1,000
  • Go! Youth Trust - £1,000
  • Hatch Warren Phoenix FC - £1,000
  • Hay2Timbuktu - £750
  • Heartcare CSG - £500
  • Hednesford Town FC Supporters Association - £1,000
  • Hull Homeless Community Centre - £1,000
  • Immingham Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Jenson's Twinkle Stars - £1,000
  • Jigsaw Cumbria's Children's Hospice - £1,000
  • Let's Play Tennis - £1,000
  • Life for Lacie-May - £1,000
  • Little Wren's Wardrobe - £1,000
  • Northampton Hope Centre - £1,000
  • Nottingham Post Heroes - £1,000
  • Nottinghamshire Search and Rescue Team - £884
  • Phoenix Dance Academny - £1,000
  • Royal National Institute of Blind People - £1,000
  • St Ninians Play Group - £1,000
  • Stocksbridge Community Care Group Ltd - £1,000
  • The Barony Players - £945
  • The Children's Hyperinsulinism Charity - £1,000
  • The Longford Centre (Cannock) - £1,000
  • The Pathway Workshop - £1,000
  • The Pied Piper Appeal - £1,000
  • Wellbeing Wagon - £1,000
  • WellChild - Nottingham Project - £1,000
  • Worcester Operatic and Dramatic Society - £1,000
  • Yarmouth Bloaters FC - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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July 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

48 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in July 2016. The total amount we donated was £43,213.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

July’s winners are:

  • 1st Tewkesbury Boys Brigade - £1,000
  • 25th Northampton Brownies - £1,000
  • Action for Carers Oxfordshire - £1,000
  • Action for Children - £1,000
  • Back to School Bank - East Kilbride - £1,000
  • Barry RFC - £1,000
  • Bishops Cleeve Girls Football Team - £500
  • Bridgnorth Rugby Club - £1,000
  • Calmore Preschool - £1,000
  • Cash for Kids - £1,000
  • Cleveland Alzheimers - £1,000
  • Communicare in Southampton - £1,000
  • DEMAND - £1,000
  • Doncaster Communities Live at Homes Scheme - £1,000
  • Excelsior Athletic Development Club - £1,000
  • First Steps Community Project - £1,000
  • Fulford Show and Sports - £210
  • Grove Pre School - £500
  • Jacob's Journey - £1,000
  • JusB Ltd - £1,000
  • Just Good Friends (North West) Limited - £1,000
  • Lichfield Waterworks Trust - £900
  • Lincolnshire Action Trust - Young Oasis Project - £500
  • Llandeilo Singers - £1,000
  • Maendy Primary School - £1,000
  • Morecambe Bay Food Bank - £100
  • Nottingham Post Heroes - £1,000
  • Palliative Care and Macmillan - £1,000
  • Papworth Trust - £887
  • Pembrokeshire Frame - £1,000
  • Purton Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Rainham84 Youth Football - £1,000
  • Ravenswood School - £1,000
  • Reading Association for the Blind - £1,000
  • Rotherham Cancer Care Centre - £1,000
  • Selly Oak Live at Home Scheme - £1,000
  • Seymour Road Baptist Church - £1,000
  • Sidewalk Youth Project - £550
  • Sprowston Community High School - £600
  • Stepping Stones - £1,000
  • Stockton-on-Tees Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • The 2017 Great Yarmouth Air Show - £1,000
  • The Bridge Project (Tadcaster) - £1,000
  • The Myton Hospies - £866
  • The Sick Children's Trust - £1,000
  • Tracy Kitto - £600
  • Yeovil Freewheelers - £1,000
  • Youth of Banbury Operatic Society - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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June 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

56 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in June 2016. The total amount we donated was £49,592.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

June’s winners are:

  • 111 (Sunderland) Squadron - £1,000
  • 1st Clipstone Girlguiding - £250
  • 1st Gorslas Rainbows - £500
  • 3rd Brighton Hill Rainbows - £500
  • 4Louis - £500
  • AFC Bentley - £1,000
  • AFC Bentley Academy - £1,000
  • Arts in Rural Gloucestershire - £1,000
  • Beatrice Gardens Residents Association - £1,000
  • Belmont Parish Hall - £1,000
  • British Red Cross - £1,000
  • Building Blocks – Pre School ASD Outreach - £1,000
  • Children's Heart Surgery Fund - £1,000
  • Circle - £1,000
  • Claybrooke School PTA - £1,000
  • DEBRA - £500
  • Dedham Community Farm - £1,000
  • Derby Autistic Fundraising Group - £500
  • Disability Sports Humber - £1,000
  • Dogs for Good - £1,000
  • Double R Arts - £900
  • Enable in Cornwall - £1,000
  • Guisborough in Bloom - £942
  • IDAS, York - £900
  • John Fielding Special School - £1,000
  • Kittys Wish to Walk - £1,000
  • Leon's First steps - £1,000
  • Llantrisant Town Trust - £1,000
  • Lowestoft Teachers and Schools Cricket Club - £800
  • Mind in Exeter & East Devon - £1,000
  • New Dawn Child Contact Centre - £1,000
  • Newton & Earlestown Community Group - £1,000
  • North Cotswold Community Radio - £750
  • Northampton Swimming Club - £1,000
  • Northampton Town FITC Charitable Trust - £1,000
  • Northern Lights Therapy Centre - £1,000
  • Pembroke Judo Club - £1,000
  • Penistone & District Community First Responders - £1,000
  • Picket Twenty Community Association - £1,000
  • Riding for the Disabled Winton Group - £1,000
  • Ronnie's Wish to Walk - £1,000
  • Royal British Legion - Shildon & District Branch - £1,000
  • Sandwich Concert Band - £100
  • St Matthews Academy Plymouth - £1,000
  • St Mungo's - £1,000
  • St Peters Church - £1,000
  • Survivors of Sexual Abuse Anon - £1,000
  • Swings And Smies - £1,000
  • The Harry Johnson Trust with Cound Cricket Club - £500
  • The Raft Foundation - £1,000
  • The Wilows Friends Association - £1,000
  • Victoria's Wish - £1,000
  • War Child - £1,000
  • Waveney Drop in Centre, Lowestoft - £450
  • West Monkton Baby and Toddler Group - £500
  • West Swindon Family Centre - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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MAY 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

53 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in May 2016. The total amount we donated was £48,246.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

May’s winners are:

  • 1st Calcot Guides - £500
  • 237th Birmingham (1st Castle Bromwich) Scout Group - £1,000
  • 2nd Hatch Warren Brownies - £500
  • 6th Worcester Girlguides - £500
  • 7th Bridgwater St Johns Brownies - £500
  • Alex Craven Fund - £1,000
  • Amersham Hill Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Barnsley Independent Alzheimer's and Dementia Support (BIADS) - £1,000
  • Bayside Football Clubs 2007 - £1,000
  • British Red Cross (East Scotland) - £1,000
  • Bryncoch under 5 football club - £1,000
  • BTC Rowing Club - £1,000
  • Carers' Resource - £936
  • Carers Trust Wales - £1,000
  • Chill With Dad - £1,000
  • Clic Sargent - £1,000
  • Colne Cricket Club Beer Festival - £400
  • Columbus School and College - £1,000
  • Corby Kingswood Juniors Football Club - £1,000
  • Doverand Deal Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Elly’s Ward 10 Flag Appeal - £1,000
  • Exmouth Gateway Club - £1,000
  • Galgate Bowling Club - £500
  • Great Park Netball Club - £1,000
  • Hatfield Peverel Ladies FC - £1,000
  • Haxby Memorial Hall - £1,000
  • Help Elias Walk - £1,000
  • Inspire Peterborough - £1,000
  • Invisible Wounds Support Centre - £1,000
  • Joe Humphries Trust - £1,000
  • Late Spring Bereavement Support Network, Age UK Oxfordshire - £1,000
  • Les Hoey MBE DreamMaker Foundation - £1,000
  • Miss Lorna Tracey of Mencap. - £500
  • Moorfield Primary School, Newport - £1,000
  • Morpeth Senior Section Rangers - £750
  • North Denes Coastwatch - £700
  • Northamptonshire deaf children's society - £1,000
  • Perth Youth Orchestra - £1,000
  • Pont Sion Norton - £1,000
  • Ryedale & District Mencap - £600
  • Sandbach Utd FC - girls' section - £1,000
  • Seascale Community Beach Park Project - £1,000
  • Sensory Trust - £1,000
  • Splash - Community First - £960
  • St Anthony's Primary School - £1,000
  • Stafford branch National Autistic Society - £1,000
  • Stroud Valley Scout Group - £1,000
  • The Ashley School Academy Trust - £1,000
  • The Children's Sleep Charity - £1,000
  • The Smethwick Club For The Handicapped - £1,000
  • Wetwheels Foundation - £1,000
  • Write To freedom - £900
  • Your local RUH Cancer Care Fundraising Group - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




APRIL 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

61 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in April 2016. The total amount we donated was £52,032.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

April’s winners are:

  • 1st Woodchurch Brownies - £200
  • 21st Glenrothes Guide Unit - £200
  • 3rd Basingstoke Brownies - £400
  • 5th Lancaster Guides - £500
  • 6th Loughborough Brownies - £400
  • Active Lifelong Learning Group - £1,000
  • Baildon Imagination library - £1,000
  • Balloons Charity - £1,000
  • Banbury United Football Club - £1,000
  • Ben Richardson Notts footgolfer - £250
  • Betterdays - £1,000
  • Billingham Synthonia Under 6's - £1,000
  • Bishop Auckland Tennis Club - £1,000
  • Black Country Dance Hub - £500
  • Blyth Youth Rugby - £1,000
  • Brainwave Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Butterflies Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Carlton Park Development Group - £1,000
  • Chloe's Dream SDR - £1,000
  • Clash 2012 - £800
  • Craigend Community Youth Group - £1,000
  • Cryston Holiday Club - £1,000
  • Dalton John Kickboxing - £1,000
  • Devon & Cornwall Food Association - £1,000
  • Doorway - £800
  • Droitwich Tennis Club - £1,000
  • Easingwold District Girl Guiding - £500
  • Eastern Ravens Trust - £984
  • Eccleshill Community Association - £1,000
  • Friends of Bushy Leaze - £1,000
  • Girlguiding Kidlington - £1,000
  • Jack's Journey - £1,000
  • Letham Village Club - £600
  • Lewis Moody Foundation - £1,000
  • Lily’s Little Legs (Just 4 Children) - £1,000
  • Llanedeyrn Primary School - £1,000
  • Lowestoft Summer Festival - £1,000
  • Max’s Mission for Move - £500
  • Mayfield Nurseries - £750
  • Midlothian Association of Play - £1,000
  • Milford Haven Round Table - £1,000
  • Millie Bea’s Walking Wish - £500
  • Muscular Dystrophy UK - £800
  • Newark and District Archaeologists Club - £1,000
  • Newoport in Bloom - £500
  • Pete's Dragons - £1,000
  • Pickering Methodist Church - £1,000
  • Queensway Amateur Boxing Club - £1,000
  • Rotary Club of Belper and Duffield - £500
  • School Bank West Lothian - £1,000
  • South Africa Hockey & Netball Tour - £1,000
  • St Benedicts Hospice - Team Bev - £1,000
  • St Edmunds Society - £500
  • St Nicholas Middle School - £1,000
  • Stevenage & North Herts Child Contact Centres - £900
  • The Brain Tumour Charity - Alfie's Jounrye Fund - £1,000
  • The Hive Avon - £948
  • The Monday Club - £1,000
  • The Monday Club - £1,000
  • Tickhill Brownies - £1,000
  • Transforming Trowbridge - £1,000
  • Ty Hagan Childrens Hospice - £1,000
  • Variety Children's Charity (Midlands region) - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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MARCH 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

58 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in March 2016. The total amount we donated was £52,656.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

March’s winners are:

  • 21st Rownhams & Nursling Scout Group - £1,000
  • 233 (Pershore) Squadron Air Training Corps - £1,000
  • 2nd Lowton Brownies - £420
  • Accessible Arts & Media - £1,000
  • Aiden Mitchell - £1,000
  • Alfe's Cause - £1,000
  • Ataxia DRPLA Research - £1,000
  • Caister Volunteer Lifeboat Service Ltd - £1,000
  • Can't Blame Da Youth - £1,000
  • Cheltenham North RFC - £1,000
  • Children with Special Needs - £400
  • Chryston Rainbows - £726
  • CHUF (Children's Heart Unit Fund) - £965
  • Deafblind Scotland - £1,000
  • Devon Freewheelers - £1,000
  • Dundee Volunteering Mentoring Programme - £1,000
  • Gateway into the Community - £1,000
  • GB Fizz South Africa Team 2016 - £500
  • Haywood Village Association - £1,000
  • Headcorn Football club - £1,000
  • Healthy Hopes Cumbria - £806
  • Help for Hannah - £1,000
  • Kev's Club - £800
  • Langley House Trust - £1,000
  • Launceston Community Transport Partnership - £500
  • Laura's Wish - £1,000
  • Lawrence House Museum - £1,000
  • Legacy West Midlands - £1,000
  • Leonard Cheshire - £980
  • Love Stockton Limited - £1,000
  • Mental Health Action York - £200
  • Mill Girls on Tour - £1,000
  • Noah's Ark Charity - £1,000
  • Noah's Ark Charity - £1,000
  • Oxford Children's Hospital - £1,000
  • Pershore Youth Group - £800
  • Pilmeny youth centre - £1,000
  • Prader-Willi Syndrome Association - £1,000
  • Ready Emmy Walk (Carly King) - £1,000
  • Ripon Choir - £1,000
  • Ripon Choir - £1,000
  • Roade Football Club - £1,000
  • Salisbury Child Contact Centre - £1,000
  • SERVE - £709
  • Shine - £1,000
  • Shrewsbury & Oswestry Crucial Crew - £1,000
  • Sight Airdale - £1,000
  • Special Olympics Cornwall - £500
  • St Mary's Church Bell Restoration Fund - £1,000
  • Startburst Foundation - £1,000
  • Sunbeams children bereavement support group at Rotherham Hospice - £1,000
  • Sunnyside Rural Trust - £1,000
  • Swansea Rugby Foundation - £1,000
  • The B&B Theatre Company - £1,000
  • The Haven Wolverhampton - £1,000
  • The mid kent branch of MNDA - £600
  • Top o'th' Lane red phonebox defibrillator - £750
  • Yeovil Shop Mobility - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




FEBRUARY 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

61 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in February 2016. The total amount we donated was £53,780.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

February’s winners are:

  • 24th Kingswood Warmley Rainbows - £300
  • 4th Carluke Boys' Brigade - £500
  • 9th Farnborough Scout Group - £500
  • Age UK Bromley & Greenwich - £750
  • Alzheimers Society - £1,000
  • Angela's Small Cell Ovarian Cancer Research Fund at the Eve Appeal - £1,000
  • Ardgowan Hospice (Inverclyde) - £1,000
  • Basingstoke Strikers Community Amateur Sports Club - £1,000
  • Bechange - £1,000
  • Birmingham Asian Resource Centre - £1,000
  • Birmingham St Mary's Hospice - £1,000
  • Bohemians FC Football Club - £850
  • Broad Street Meeting Hall - £1,000
  • Can Bridge School - £1,000
  • Cash for Kids Teesside - £1,000
  • Cheltenham Civil Service RFC - £600
  • Chester Softley - £500
  • Cornelly United Juniors - £1,000
  • DFC Wanderers U13's - £750
  • Diamonds Gymnastics Club - £1,000
  • Donnington Age Concern - £1,000
  • Easington Colliery Brass Band - £1,000
  • Family & Friends in Maidenhead - £1,000
  • Haddington Pipe Band - £1,000
  • Hamilton Junior Swimming League - £400
  • Help John Howell - £1,000
  • Just 4 Children - £1,000
  • Kirkley and Pakefield Football Club Vipers - £750
  • Lacey-Mays new legs charity - £1,000
  • Leicester City Swimming Team - £1,000
  • Mayfield & Easthouses Development Trust - £1,000
  • Naomi House & Jackspace - £1,000
  • Only Foals and Horses - £1,000
  • Ospreys Wheelchair Rugby Charity - £1,000
  • Pershore High School - £1,000
  • Perth Academy Parent Council - £1,000
  • Relate Mid Yorkshire - £500
  • RNIB - £1,000
  • Salisbury Trust for the Homeless - £1,000
  • Shildon Community Bus - £380
  • Sidmouth Town Band - £1,000
  • Sophie's Challenge - Tree of Hope - £1,000
  • South West and Somerset Branch Motor Neurone Disease Association - £1,000
  • St Gemma's Hospice - £1,000
  • St Johns Hospice - £1,000
  • St Thomas Church - £900
  • Stand Down - £1,000
  • The Island Trust - £1,000
  • The Percy Bilton Charity - £1,000
  • The Shakespeare Hospice - £1,000
  • The Wonder Years Preschool and Extended School Facility - £500
  • Toylikeme - £700
  • Tree of Hope Riley’s Superstar Fund - £1,000
  • Turnpike Community Theatre - £1,000
  • Velindre Cancer Centre - £1,000
  • Velindre Cancer Centre - £1,000
  • Willington Surgery Patients Participation Group - £900
  • York Theatre Royal - £1,000
  • Yorkshire Air Ambulance - £1,000
  • Young Gate FC - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




JANUARY 2016 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

63 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in January 2016. The total amount we donated was £59,109.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

January’s winners are:

  • 1st Hartburn Sea Scouts - £1,000
  • 1st Pershore Scout Group - £900
  • 2 Wish Upon A Star - £1,000
  • 2nd Carlton Colville Scout Section - £1,000
  • 3rd Rothwell Guides - £1,000
  • Abberley & Witley Scouts and Guides - £1,000
  • Air Arts at Derby Hospital - £936
  • Alnwick Playhouse - £1,000
  • Beacon Basketball - £871
  • Becky Lewis - £300
  • BloomInArt CIC - £1,000
  • Cambridge PPF - £1,000
  • Churches Together South Tyneside - Happy at Home Project - £1,000
  • Communities Along the Carron Association - £1,000
  • Coventry Leofric Lions - £1,000
  • Cupola Project (Blandford Forum PCC) - £1,000
  • Dinnington Out of School Club - £300
  • Fight for Iyla - £1,000
  • Friends of Burton Borough School Bands - £1,000
  • Grace House North East - £1,000
  • Great Chesterford Recreation Ground Trust - £1,000
  • Great Western Air Ambulance Charity - £1,000
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind Northampton Branch - £1,000
  • Hailsham Cricket Club - £800
  • Hartlepool Community Society - £1,000
  • Homemakers Community Recycling - £1,000
  • Honeyzz Diabettes Support Group - £1,000
  • Hospital Kosher Meals Service - £1,000
  • Johnstone Juniors Under 14s Football Club - £1,000
  • Kidneys for Life - £1,000
  • Kilbryde Hospice - £952
  • Kingshill Friends Association - £1,000
  • Leah Dobson - £1,000
  • Lifesavers Scotland - £1,000
  • Neuro Drop In Centre - £750
  • Nicola Samson - (fundraising for Erskine Hospital centenary celebration) - £250
  • Pebwoth Village Hall Management Committee - £1,000
  • Phoenix Stroke Club - £600
  • Pickering and District Rotary Club - £1,000
  • Pos + Ability - £1,000
  • Rolls Royce Frame Football Team - £1,000
  • Sequela Foundation - £1,000
  • Shandon Community Association - £950
  • Shed47 Railway Restoration Group - £1,000
  • Shrewsbury Town Ladies Football Club - £1,000
  • Sight Support Ryedale - £1,000
  • Somerleyton Primary School - £1,000
  • Southway Home School Association - £1,000
  • Special Boat Squadron Charity - £1,000
  • Springboard Opportunity Group - £1,000
  • St Bernadettes Bees Pre School - £1,000
  • St Margaret’s Hospice - £1,000
  • St. Georges Church & Centre - £1,000
  • St. George's Church & Centre - £1,000
  • Survive - £1,000
  • Sweetpea Charity - £1,000
  • The Big Bad Wolf Children's Theatre Company - £1,000
  • Waltham Wolves FC - £1,000
  • Wellsbourne Sports and Community Centre - £1,000
  • Westbury Welfare of the Elderly - £500
  • Willand Rovers Football Club. - £1,000
  • Wirral Ukulele Orchestra - £1,000
  • Youth Marching Band - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




DECEMBER COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

51 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in December 2015. The total amount we donated was £47,396.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

December’s winners are:

  • 4th Bolsover Scout Group - £840
  • 5th Birtley Scout Group - £1,000
  • Abbey People - £1,000
  • AFC Chellaston - £1,000
  • Anglia in Bloom - £1,000
  • Bad Apples North East CIC - £1,000
  • Billingham Foodbank - £1,000
  • Birmingham Vernon (Unit 40 Sea Cadets) - £1,000
  • Calon+ - £861
  • Carers Advice & Resource Establishment Sandwell (CARERS) - £1,000
  • Charlie Grainger Fund - £1,000
  • crossroadscare south east london - £1,000
  • Dearham Youth Project - £1,000
  • Earlstown Cricket Club - £1,000
  • ESCAYP Counselling Services - £1,000
  • FDM - For Disability Mobility - £1,000
  • Forest of Hearts - £995
  • Friends of Almondell Country Park - £500
  • Friends of Elvetham Heath Primary School - £1,000
  • Friends of Lilford Park CIC - £1,000
  • GIST Support UK (PAWS-GIST) - £1,000
  • Golden-Oldies Charity - £1,000
  • Headway Swindon - £1,000
  • Heworth CC - £1,000
  • High Blantyre Primary School - £1,000
  • Home Start Barnet - £650
  • Hop, Skip and Jump Swindon - £1,000
  • Hornet Minis - £1,000
  • Kettering Carnival - £1,000
  • Launceston Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Lytham 1940s - £1,000
  • Market Deeping Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Martin House Hospice - £1,000
  • Maru karate Kai - £950
  • Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children - £1,000
  • Neyland Judo Club - £1,000
  • Open House - £1,000
  • Open Sight - £1,000
  • Pear Hyde Primary School - £500
  • Pontypridd Children’s Contact Centre - £1,000
  • Reckitt Benckiser Netball Club - £1,000
  • Seagull Theatre - £800
  • Sherborne in Bloom - £1,000
  • St Barbaras Special Needs Club, Muirhead - £500
  • St Luke's Hospice - £1,000
  • Stewarton Annick Football Club - £500
  • Venture Trust - £1,000
  • Warden House Primary School in Deal - £800
  • Watford Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre - £1,000
  • Weldon Pre-School - £1,000
  • York Mind - £500

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

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NOVEMBER COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

58 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in November 2015. The total amount we donated was £54,114.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

November’s winners are:

  • 10th Hereford (Whitecross) Scout Group - £1,000
  • 1st Caversham Park Guides - £750
  • 234 (City of Durham) Air Cadets - £870
  • Age Concern - £1,000
  • Big Breakfast+ - £1,000
  • British Red Cross - £1,000
  • Byrnmawr Town Centre Partnership - £1,000
  • Canterbury Street Pastors - £1,000
  • Cardiff City FC Foundation - £1,000
  • Carluke Primrose Orchestral Flutes - £500
  • Centrepoint - £1,000
  • Community Furniture Store Selby - £1,000
  • County Air Ambulance - £1,000
  • Court Oak Road - £600
  • Crossflatts older peoples welfare association C.O.P.W.A - £1,000
  • Douglas Cardiac Trust - £1,000
  • Ellesmere Port Fundraising branch RNIB - £1,000
  • Friends of Belmont Park - £1,000
  • Friends of Moira Street Park - £1,000
  • Gravesham Street Pastors - £1,000
  • Grow your own youth project - £1,000
  • H&R Ainscough Barge Restoration Project - £1,000
  • Harptree Villages Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Harworth and Bircotes Sports and Social Club - £1,000
  • Havering Music Maker - £774
  • Herts Inclusive Theatre - £800
  • Hopton CE Primary School - £1,000
  • Kinross Hockey club - £1,000
  • My Daniel - £1,000
  • Newton-le-Willows Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • North Dorset Rugby Football Club Minis - £1,000
  • Northstead Tenants and Residents association  - £1,000
  • Oaklands Community Pool - £1,000
  • Penkridge Football Club - £1,000
  • Perry Riding for the Disabled - £1,000
  • Port Glasgow Otters Swimming Club - £500
  • Red Cross Yorkshire - £1,000
  • Reepham High School - £1,000
  • Rotary Club of Carse of Stirling - £1,000
  • Rotary Club of Wylde Green - £420
  • RSPCA Coventry - £1,000
  • South Holland Enterprise for the Disabled - £1,000
  • Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice - £1,000
  • Tanyard Youth Project Ltd - £1,000
  • The British Red Cross - £600
  • The Bumbake Trust - £1,000
  • The Chronicle Sunshine Fund - £1,000
  • The Friends of Kirk Theatre - £1,000
  • The Great North Air Ambulance Service - £1,000
  • The Haven Centre (£1,000) - £1,000
  • The Lowdown Youth Counselling - £1,000
  • The Sandwich People Community Project - £300
  • Tree of Hope - Jess's Potential - £1,000
  • Wales Air Ambulance - £1,000
  • Wellington Bowling Club - £1,000
  • Whiffle Pig - £1,000
  • Worcester Power Chair - £1,000
  • YoungDementia UK - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.




OCTOBER COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

57 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in October 2015. The total amount we donated was £51,947.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

October’s winners are:

  • 1st All Saints Sherburn in Elmet Cub Pack - £500
  • 1st All Saints Sherburn in Elmet Scout Group - £500
  • Accuro Saturday Play Club - £1,000
  • All Saints Landmark Centre - £1,000
  • Bloodwise Winterton & District Branch - £1,000
  • Bracknell Scout Group - £1,000
  • British Red Cross Cambridgeshire - £1,000
  • Cardea FC - £1,000
  • Chryston Primary Parents Association - £1,000
  • Coxhoe Scout Group - £1,000
  • Creating Futures Charity - £1,000
  • Daft as a Brush Cancer Care - £1,000
  • Deal Blades Fencing Club - £750
  • DEMAND - £1,000
  • Eggington Primary School - £1,000
  • Friends of Blue School - £1,000
  • Friends of Raddlebarn - £1,000
  • Friendship in Selby - £962
  • Furze Platt Infant School - £1,000
  • Golden Grove School - £900
  • Hartlepool People Centre - £1,000
  • Heath Hayes Senior Citizens Club - £1,000
  • Heritage United AFC - £500
  • Heugh Battery Museum - £1,000
  • Joseph's Fund - £1,000
  • Lady Taverners - £1,000
  • North Walsham Gymnastics Club - £1,000
  • Only Foals and Horses - £1,000
  • OPAL - £1,000
  • Palette for Pleasure Art Group - £750
  • Parenting Additional Needs - £940
  • Pershore Sea Cadets - £1,000
  • Pilgrim Primary School - £1,000
  • Pompey in the Community - £1,000
  • Pontarddulais and Hendy Festival Committee - £750
  • Radio Lollipop Dundee - £500
  • Re:ACT - £1,000
  • Royal Wootton Basset Town FC - £1,000
  • SASH - £500
  • Seaham Music Academy - £1,000
  • Shropshire and StaffordshireBlood Bikes - £1,000
  • Singing for Breathing - £1,000
  • South Tyneside Ability Football Club - £1,000
  • St Andrews Hospice (Lanarkshire) - £1,000
  • St Anne's Kite Festival - £1,000
  • St Basils - £1,000
  • St Peter's Hospice - £1,000
  • Swindon Shock Wheelchair Basketball Club - £800
  • The Friends of Avon Meadows - £800
  • The Pheonix Stroke Club - £495
  • Toby Sinclair - £1,000
  • Town Break , Stirling - £500
  • Trafford Domestic Ause Service - £1,000
  • Variety, The Children's Charity - £1,000
  • Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance - £1,000
  • What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful - £800
  • Winchester Live at Home Scheme - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.






SEPTEMBER COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

59 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in September 2015. The total amount we donated was £52,139.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

September’s winners are:

  • 1st Fordingbridge Scout Group - £1,000
  • 4th Rochford Scout Group - £1,000
  • A spell for the unwell - £1,000
  • Arts Alive &Flicks in the Sticks - £1,000
  • Aylsham FC - £1,000
  • Ballinger Waggoners Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Barley Playground Refurbishment Committee - £1,000
  • Bobath Children's Therapy Centre - £1,000
  • Branton Junior Football Club under 13's - £500
  • Brinklow FC - £950
  • British Heart Foundation - £1,000
  • Brogdale Farm - £1,000
  • Callum's Wish to Walk - £750
  • Cardea Youth Club - £1,000
  • Centrepoint - £1,000
  • Chatham North Guides - £1,000
  • Churchfield Open Space - £1,000
  • Claire House Hospice - £1,000
  • Copeswood U'6s Football Team - £1,000
  • Cornerstone Centre Rainbows Brownies & Guides - £1,000
  • Derian House - £1,000
  • Dover Sholem Community Trust - £1,000
  • Durham Vineyard - £1,000
  • Forrrester React 2 Rugby Trust - £1,000
  • Free Cakes for Kids - £489
  • Friends of Brimble Hill School - £1,000
  • Frimley Park Hospital Neonatal and Maternity unit - £500
  • Girlguiding Guessens - £1,000
  • Great Park Community Centre Association - £350
  • Guisborough Rugby Union Club - £1,000
  • Haddington Athletic FC - £1,000
  • Harbury Toddler Group - £300
  • Harleston CEVA Primary School - £1,000
  • Harrogate Easier Living - £1,000
  • If U Care Share Foundation - £500
  • Irvine Rugby Club - £1,000
  • JohnTomJoe Charity Cycles - £500
  • Josie's Dragonfly Trust - £1,000
  • Lane House Care Home - £1,000
  • Let Us Play - £1,000
  • Lincoln Friends of Anthony Nolan - £500
  • Locking Primary School - £1,000
  • Neath Rugby Limited - £1,000
  • New Start Charity - £1,000
  • Out of Sight - £1,000
  • Pontarddulais Juniors Football Club - £1,000
  • Radio Aire cash for kids - £1,000
  • Red Dreams CIO - £1,000
  • Springfield Seedlings - £750
  • St Andrews Church - £1,000
  • St Paul's Salisbury - £500
  • Stroke Association - £1,000
  • The Grange Primary School - £1,000
  • The Levels Scout Group - £1,000
  • The STV Appeal - £1,000
  • Tibshelf Autism Resource Centre - £1,000
  • Weldon Cricket Club - £750
  • Wellington Tennis Club - £200
  • Youth and Families Matter - £600

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.






AUGUST COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

55 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in August 2015. The total amount we donated was £49,890.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

August’s winners are:

  • 1st Badsey Scout Group - £850
  • 1st North Worle - £1,000
  • 11th Cheltenham Brownies - £1,000
  • 74th Birmingham Scout Club - £1,000
  • Abergavenny Hockey Club - £750
  • Breaking Free Support - £1,000
  • Bucks Vision - £1,000
  • Camrowers - £1,000
  • Coach in the Community - £1,000
  • Cwmbach Royal Stars FC - £1,000
  • Darlington Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Easington Colliery Heritage Group - £1,000
  • Eastfield Star Boys Club - £650
  • Express CIC - £1,000
  • Friends of Forest Bridge School - £900
  • Go Jo Jo - £1,000
  • Great Haywood best kept village campaign - £200
  • Heath Stroke Club - £1,000
  • Homestart Mid Suffolk - £1,000
  • Hope Support Services - £1,000
  • King's Arms - £400
  • Morton Girls FC - £1,000
  • Newcastle Fencing and Sports Trust - £1,000
  • New Hope Worcestershire - £904
  • Nottingham Central Women's Aid - £450
  • Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue - £1,000
  • Panathlon Foundation - £1,000
  • Phoenix Community Holiday Play scheme - £1,000
  • Pony Rescue - £500
  • Sherenades Dance Troupe - £1,000
  • Sing and Sign - £1,000
  • Society for the Blind Dewsbury, Batley and District - £870
  • Sonning Common Community - £1,000
  • St Columbus Day Centre - £1,000
  • St Joseph's Hospice - £1,000
  • St Paulinus PTFA - £1,000
  • St. Catherine’s Hospice - £730
  • Stainforth 4 All - £1,000
  • Step by Step Dance School - £1,000
  • Stretch - £1,000
  • Team Elsie - £1,000
  • Team Mendip FC - £1,000
  • The Mill Youth Centre - £1,000
  • The Open Door Centre - £1,000
  • The South Wales MS Therapy Centre - £900
  • Thornton Rose Riding for the Disabled - £1,000
  • Topsham Rugby Football Club - £1,000
  • Tranent Colts FC - £686
  • Walsingham Support Forge Ahead Cycle Scheme - £1,000
  • Warley Woods Community Trust - £1,000
  • Warm Age Wood Company C.I.C. - £600
  • Wellington Football Club - £1,000
  • Wilberfoss Football Club - £1,000
  • York Timebank - £1,000
  • Young at Heart - £500

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.






JULY COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

51 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in July 2015. The total amount we donated was £48,134.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

July’s winners are:

  • Bradford Nightstop - £1,000
  • Burbage Christmas Market - £650
  • Colne & Nelson Rugby Club - £1,000
  • Community Furniture Store - Ryedale - £1,000
  • Dales Pony Society - £1,000
  • Dalton Team GB Fundraising - £1,000
  • DIAL Lowestoft - £1,000
  • Downton Band - £1,000
  • Duffryn Community Link - £1,000
  • Easington Colliery AFC - £650
  • Easington Colliery Heritage Group - £1,000
  • Exmouth Gateway Club - £1,000
  • Gold Star Cheer & Dance - £500
  • Haemophilia Society - £1,000
  • Hand on Heart - Kendal - £1,000
  • Harborough District Children and Young People's Charity - £650
  • Hednesford Town Council - £1,000
  • Horizons Plymouth - £1,000
  • Jessie's Fund - £1,000
  • Just Good Friends - £650
  • Keeping Abreast - £1,000
  • Kinross-shire Duke of Edinburgh Group - £884
  • Middlesbrough Powerchair Football Club - £1,000
  • National Autistic Society Bristol Branch - £1,000
  • Odyssey School of Dance - £1,000
  • Perseverance Scout Group - £1,000
  • Phoenix Domestic Abuse & Support Services Ltd - £1,000
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham - £1,000
  • Shine Youth Music Theatre - £1,000
  • SNAP - £1,000
  • SNAPPY - £1,000
  • Southampton Hub - £1,000
  • Sprowston Girls U12s FC - £1,000
  • St Clare's Hospice - £1,000
  • St David's Children Society - £1,000
  • St David's Church Huberston - £1,000
  • St John's Primary School Great Haywood - £1,000
  • St John's Primary School PTFA - £1,000
  • St Luke’s Hospice - £1,000
  • SUEvivor Stroke Support - £1,000
  • Swim West Lothian - £1000
  • The 400 Sandy to France Challenge - £1,000
  • The Big Lunch @ Persimmon Homes Woodilee Village - £350
  • The Disabilities Trust - £1,000
  • The Lewis Moody Foundation - £1,000
  • Tockenham Villagers - £800
  • Wilberfoss, Kexby & Newton Playing Fields Assoc - £1,000
  • Windsor Horse Rangers - £1,000
  • Wootton Lower School - £1,000
  • YMCA Cambridgeshire and Peterborough - £1,000
  • Yorkshire Rose Talking Therapies - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.






JUNE COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

Fifty seven UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in June 2015. The total amount we donated was £52,430.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

June’s winners are:

  • Hope Nature Centre - £1,000
  • Brighter Futures - £1,000
  • Frenchay After Burns Children’s Club - £1,000
  • Bristol Guide Dogs - £1,000
  • Ash Lea - £800
  • Melbourne RFC - £600
  • Pablos Horse Sanctuary - £600
  • Alzheimer’s Society - £1,000
  • Guide Dogs Newcastle Mobility Team - £1,000
  • Sunderland & County Durham Society for the Blind - £1,000
  • Middlesbrough Kinship Support Group - £1,000
  • Leonard Cheshire Disability - £1,000
  • 339 Squadron Air Cadets - £1,000
  • City of Plymouth Trampoline Club - £1,000
  • Baston Football Club - £1,000
  • Peterborough Gang Show - £1,000
  • Cardiff and Vale National Autistic Society - £1,000
  • Chainworks Production - £1,000
  • Bryncoch Under 14’s Rugby Team - £1,000
  • Pennar Judo Club - £1,000
  • Acorn Village Limited - £1,000
  • Belhus Woods Scouts, Cubs and Beavers Group - £700
  • Banbury Young Homelessness Project - £1,000
  • My Daddy is a Soldier - £1,000
  • Aldershot Town FC - £1,000
  • Mitcham Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Guide Dogs - £1,000
  • Alzheimer Scotland - £1,000
  • Larkhall Thistle Football Club - £900
  • West Scotland Wheelchair Sports Club - £500
  • Guide Dogs Glasgow Mobility Team - £600
  • Garage Art Group - £1,000
  • Chipping Campden School - £1,000
  • Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice - £1,000
  • Down Syndrome Training & Support Service - £1,000
  • Kingfishers Swimming Club - £750
  • Osbaldwick Under 9s Cricket Team - £250
  • The Encephalitis Society - £1,000
  • Wyldwoods CIC - £850
  • Penkridge & District Community First Responders - £1,000
  • Meadows Molo 220 Partnership - £1,000
  • Aylesham Community Charity Shop - £1,000
  • Derian House Children’s Hospice - £1,000
  • Cash for Kids - £1,000
  • AFC Waverton - £1,000
  • U19s Brooklands Lacrosse England Squad - £1,000
  • Cranfield CofE Academy - £1,000
  • Weldon Village Hall - £1,000
  • Zena’s 10 (St Nicholas Hospice) - £1,000
  • St John’s Church Harleston - £1,000
  • Andover Lawn Tennis Club - £900
  • JDRF - £1,000
  • Crossgates Community Centre - £980
  • Sunflower Ball - £1,000
  • Fiveways Old Edwardian Cricket Club - £500
  • Berry’s Superstar Dance Academy - £500
  • Blue Cross Bromsgrove - £1,000

We accept nominations every month.

Charities and groups which were previously unsuccessful can apply again.

Apply.






MAY COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

A further 57 UK charities and community groups received funding from Persimmon in May 2015. The total amount we donated was £51,519.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

May's winners are:

  • Swindon 105.5 Community Radio - £1,000
  • Swindon and District Branch Parkinsons UK - £1,000
  • 6th Gloucester Guides - £1,000
  • Cheddar First School PTFA - £1,000
  • Burton Albion Ladies FC - £800
  • Young Enterprise - £600
  • Second chance 4 Paws Rescue - £1,000
  • Out of Sight - £1,000
  • Ark on the Edge - £1,000
  • St John’s Community Centre - £1,000
  • Kader Football Club - £1,000
  • Trinity Holistic Cancer Care Centre - £1,000
  • Tiverton Sea Cadets - £700
  • Devon Ability Counts Football League - £1,000
  • KIDS - £1,000
  • SERV Suffolk & Cambridgeshire - £1,000
  • St Joseph’s High School - £1,000
  • The Music Works - £1,000
  • Swansea Carers Centre - £1,000
  • Penllergaer Primary School PTA - £1,000
  • The Rob George Foundation - £1,000
  • The Clapton & Hackney Sea Cadets - £600
  • Dramatize - £1,000
  • Crazy Crocks Breakfast & Afterschool Club - £750
  • Epsom Sharks Basketball Club - £1,000
  • Starburst Foundation - £1,000
  • Bo’ness & Carriden Brass Band - £1,000
  • NCR AFC - £1,000
  • Overton Community Nursery - £500
  • Irvine Bay Gymnastics Club - £500
  • Cheltenham Saracens Powerchair FC - £1,000
  • Summerhill Community Centre - £500
  • Inverclyde Cricket Club - £500
  • Leamington Lions Girls Football Club - £1,000
  • Melbourne United Football Club U13s - £600
  • Senior Citizens Support Group - £1,000
  • Kidz Aware - £1,000
  • Bentley Colliery Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Whitby, Scarborough & Ryedale Disability Action Group - £1,000
  • Bridgnorth Lions Annual Prostate Cancer Screening event - £1,000
  • Wolverhampton & Dudley Area Cruse Bereavement Service - £1,000
  • Action for Homeless in Folkestone - £1,000
  • 1066 Gymnastics - £1,000
  • Neuro Drop in Centre - £769
  • Time to Change (West Cumbria) - £1,000
  • Golborne Girls FC - £1,000
  • 3rd Wigan (St Cuthbert & St Edwards) Scout Group - £1,000
  • Leon Barwell Foundation - £1,000
  • Northampton Hope Centre - £1,000
  • Framingham Earl Parish Council - £600
  • St Edmunds Society - £600
  • Friday Carers - £1,000
  • Hedge End Rangers FC - £1,000
  • Martin House Children’s Hospice - £1,000
  • The Salvation Army Selby - £1,000
  • Clows Top Victory Hall - £500

We are now accepting nominations for July 2015 and will announce who those winners are in August 2015.

Charities and groups which were unsuccessful in March, April and May can apply again.

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APRIL COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED

Hot on the heels of donations totalling £48,510 in March, we are delighted to announce April’s Persimmon Community Champions winners.

In total, 55 UK charities received funding from Persimmon in April 2015. The total amount we donated was £52,668.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

April's winners are:

  • Julia's House (£1000)
  • Young at Heart (1000)
  • Hucknall and Linby Heritage and History Committee (£1000)
  • Blyth Town Team Ltd (£500)
  • FoodCycle Durham (£1000)
  • Westgarth Parents and Friends Association (£1000)
  • The Four Leaf Clover Club (£1000)
  • Raunds First Responders (£1000)
  • Kidney Wales Foundation (£1000)
  • Cefn Sidan Rotary Club (£1000)
  • Southend Hospital Charity
  • Dementia Appeal (£1000)
  • Family Friends (£1000)
  • Sovereign Gymnastics Club in Redhill (£1000)
  • Lawfield Nursery (£800)
  • Let’s Get Sporty (£1000)
  • Dementia Friendly Keighley (£1000)
  • Ryedale Leisure Club (£1000)
  • Talking SENse (£1000)
  • Sittingbourne Striders (£1000)
  • Staffield Cricket Club (£950)
  • Queensway Amateur Boxing Club (£1000)
  • OYAP Trust (£1000)
  • Great Yarmouth Gateway Club (£1000)
  • Countess Mountbatten Hospice (£1000)
  • Gateway Action (£1000)
  • Boldmere WAA Netball Club (£934)
  • Carer Support Wiltshire (£1000)
  • J21 Gymnastics Club (£950)
  • Sporting Futures (£1000)
  • Cash for Kids (£1000)
  • St Johns Hall Meadowfield (£1000)
  • Cash for Kids Teesside (£1000)
  • Cullompton Rangers Youth Section (£1000)
  • Biggleswade Cancer Support Group (£960)
  • Tiny Tiddlers (£1000)
  • Ty Cwm Residential Home Leonard Cheshire Disability (£960)
  • Rotary Club of Colchester (£1000)
  • Next Generation Youth Theatre (£750)
  • Crawley Sea and Marine Cadets (£1000)
  • Productive Parents (£1000)
  • Gary Davidson (£1000)
  • The Joshua Project Trust (1000)
  • Pineswoods Conservation Group (£1000)
  • Friends 2 Friends (£864)
  • Slide Away (£1000)
  • CancerCare North lancashire & South lakeland (£1000)
  • Roach Dynamos Black FC (£1000)
  • Roade Rollers bowls club (£1000)
  • Lowestoft Summer Festival (£1000)
  • Mindful (£1000)
  • Whixley and District Community Cricket Club (£1000)
  • Redditch and Bromsgrove Sea Cadets £1000)
  • Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer (£1000)
  • Walford Scout Group (£1000)







PERSIMMON HOMES ANNOUNCES FIRST GROUPS AND CHARITIES TO RECEIVE COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS DONATIONS

Persimmon Homes has released the list of groups and charities who will all receive a donation as part of its Community Champions programme.

The groups and charities were all nominated for a donation of up to £1,000 in March 2015. In total, Persimmon received 782 nominations in March 2015.

The total amount given away in March totals £48,510.

Persimmon Community Champions is a national programme where charities and groups can apply for funding up to the value of £1,000 to match money they have already raised themselves. Groups and charities can apply every month for a donation.

Every Persimmon business has two grants of up to £1,000 each to give away monthly.

  • The Swindon Therapy Centre for MS - £1,000
  • RNLI Weston-Super-Mare - £1,000
  • World Challenge, North Midlands - £500
  • Hebburn Metro Swimming Club - £500
  • Friends of Kay Hill Animal Sanctuary - £1,000
  • Teesside Ability Support Centre - £1,000
  • Anna’s Hope - £1,000
  • Moorfield Primary School - £200
  • Burscough FC Juniors - £1,000
  • Shavington High School - £1,000
  • Emmaus Ipswich - £1,000
  • Rose Road Association - £1,000
  • Herstmonceux Cricket Club - £1,000
  • Heals of Malmesbury - £1,000
  • Life Cycle UK - £680
  • Jake McCarthy Foundation - £1,000
  • The Chris Lucas Trust - £1,000
  • 4Louis - £1,000
  • North Ormesby Neighbourhood Development Trust = £1,000
  • Stafford Dragons FC - £500
  • Morecambe Bay Hospitals - £1,000
  • Alexandra Park Primary School - £500
  • Aylsham Christmas Lights - £1,000
  • 14th New Forest Scouts - £750
  • Martha’s Trust - £1,000
  • Blagdon Park Cricket Club - £500
  • Airdrie Foodbank – £1,000
  • Your Voice - Inverclyde Community Care Forum (The Debaters) - £1,000
  • Food Cycle Leeds - £1,000
  • Star Bereavement Support Services - £1,000
  • Goole & District Lottery - £1,000
  • Tadcaster & Rural Community Interest - £1,000
  • Cruse Bereavement Care Birmingham Area - £880
  • Changing Faces - £750
  • BOSP – Brighter Opportunities Through Support Play - £1,000
  • Wilderness Foundation UK - £750
  • Court Ward Barry - £1,000
  • Llantwit Fardre Cricket Club - £1,000
  • James Young High School Parent Council – £1,000
  • Team Jak - £1,000
  • Coventrians Football Club - £1,000
  • Evesham Nursery School - £1,000
  • Sebastian’s Trust - £1,000
  • Camp Mohawk – £1,000
  • Ataxia UK NW London Branch - £1,000
  • Maggie's Oxford - £1,000
  • CHIC Community Helpers in Cranbrook - £1,000
  • Taunton Association for the Homeless - £1,000
  • Cardea First Responders - £1,000
  • Viking FM Cash for Kids - £1,000
  • Barnby Dun & Kirk Sandall Sports Association - £1,000
  • Milford Haven Round Table - £1,000
  • Blwch Rangers AFC - £1,000

Persimmon’s Group CEO, Jeff Fairburn, said he was delighted to receive so many nominations and the quality was so high it was difficult to choose March’s winners: “I’d like to thank everyone for nominating a good cause for March and congratulate all the winners.