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Find out if you are eligible to apply for a grant. Please contact the Executive Director to discuss your grant request before completing the online grant application. Remaining 2023 grant deadline date: Thursday 21 September. 2024 grant deadlines dates: Thursday 8 February, Thursday 23 May, and Thursday 26 September.

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Lloyds Bank Foundation for the Channel Islands gives grants to charities helping disadvantaged people play a fuller role in the community. The Foundation also provides developmental support including mentoring, to help charities to improve their resilience and sustainability. In 36 years, we have given almost £21m to Channel Islands charities.

Our strategy is determined by our Board of Trustees, who meet three times each year to discuss and agree grant applications. We support charities which demonstrate good governance and sustainable activities measured against identifiable outcomes. Lloyds Bank Foundation for the Channel Islands is an independently registered charity funded by the profits of Lloyds Banking Group.

Lloyds Banking Group and its Charitable Foundations Foundations

Lloyds Banking Group is one of the UK’s largest corporate donors, they use their scale to reach people in communities across the country.

Their four independent charitable Foundations, which cover the whole of the UK and the Channel Islands, are critical to their vision of tackling social disadvantage by partnering with local charities to help overcome complex social issues and rebuild lives.

In 2019, the Foundations received £25.2 million from Lloyds Banking Group, enabling them to support almost 3,000 charities. These charities are tackling issues such as domestic abuse, mental health, modern slavery and human trafficking, and employability.

Lloyds Banking Group’s work goes beyond traditional funding as they seek to share their skills, experience and knowledge, demonstrating a genuine partnership between the Group and their Foundations as part of their commitment to helping to tackle social disadvantage.