Goodness Grants: a limited number of small grants are available for projects in local communities in England, Scotland and Wales (application deadline: 30th June 2024)

Located in a small village called Seaton Ross, near York, St Helen’s Goat Farm is the UK’s largest goat’s milk producer with products including fresh milk, yoghurt, cheese and butter.

In 2024, St Helen’s Farm is giving away a total of £10,000 to support communities across England, Scotland and Wales.

The new initiative is called ‘Goodness Grants. Applicants are invited from non-for-profit organisations and registered charities across England, Scotland and Wales to apply for funds of up to £5,000 to support projects which are doing good in their local communities.

These projects might be based around sport, schools, clubs, wellness or to tackle social issues. We are offering grants specifically to local organisations which improve the health, places or skills for families in their communities.

Applications can be made using the online form available on the St. Helen’s Farm website, where further information about the Goodness Grants scheme can also be found.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 30th June 2024.