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Causes we've helped...
London & south east
Gosforth Residents Association - Gosforth
A small hall that is the hub of the community and is used by many groups. The group needed a new heating system as the existing one is really old and was always breaking down.
Waltham Forest Community Hub - Leyton
The hub provides development and support services for the local community and would like to upgrade the kitchen and will make it more user-friendly for people with disabilities. The money will also fund the car park as it is in poor condition and people in wheelchairs are struggling to get into the centre.
Out of Sight - Gosforth
Out of Sight provides bespoke outings and events for children during school holidays. The group want to create a community hub so they can recycle goods and also help people who are lonely. The group needed flooring, furniture, electrical equipment and an indoor hoist.
Bilton Hall Community Trust - Boldon
The group wanted to develop an old boxing hall into a multifunctional space for various groups to use. The hall is already used by lots of groups and more have shown interest including a special educational needs group. The funding would pay for plastering, new windows & mirrors.
Springfield Community Association - Benton
This community centre is used by lots of different groups and are looking to replace the roof as it is in desperate need of repair.
Charles Young Centre - South Shields
Another fabulous centre which is a real hub of the local community supported by both our South Shields and Boldon store champions Mavis and Tracey, not only did they have £1,000 to put on their annual party, their store manager Darren went along to spring a lovely extra surprise of £5,000 courtesy of the Asda Foundation. This should help towards new equipment and décor for the upstairs to create more rooms.
St Aiden’s Community Centre - Gosforth
A fabulous centre which is the real hub of the community and have users from the age of 0 - 100. The store supported again their Christmas event with a grant of £300 from the foundation, however we heard they were in need of specialist lighting for the youth theatre group and other essential items so they can do more events throughout the year, a surprise grant of £5,000 should go a long way in helping them achieve this.
Middesbrough - The Marske Centre
The centre offers a wide range of community based activities. The money requested is for an electric stair lift which will take disabled people up to the ballroom where people can take part in musical keep fit classes. They also need 32 chairs, 23 tables and would like to complete works on the stage curtain.
Asda Foundation, Asda House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD
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