Stoke Park Hotel and Country Club have today launched a charitable fund to support local projects, with a particular focus on benefitting young people in Southern Buckinghamshire.
The Stoke Park in the Community Fund, which is managed by Heart of Bucks, will award grants of up to £5,000 to groups and projects that focus on one or more of the following areas:
- Improving education, life skills and employability
- Facilitating artistic and cultural activity
- Facilitating community sports and physical activity
Nick Downie, Head of Communications at Stoke Park said:
“We are thrilled to launch our Stoke Park in the Community Fund and working in partnership with Heart of Bucks to do this. Our primary objective is to support and collaborate with local charitable organisations, to work on specific projects that support, engage and have positive impact with the community which help enrich the lives of young people through education, sport, culture and the arts. By working alongside the brilliant team at Heart of Bucks we look forward to being able to provide this support.”
The fund is open for applications until Sunday 18th September and grants can be used towards capital expenditure, project costs and/or core costs associated with the delivery of the project.
Henry Allmand, CEO at Heart of Bucks said:
“We are delighted to be working in partnership with Stoke Park to launch their new charitable fund, which will provide critical funding to local groups working with young people. Organisations like Stoke Park can play a vital role in improving the local community and we are immensely grateful for their support so that together we can make positive change in our county.”
For more information on the Stoke Park in the Community Fund and to apply, please click here.