About Aviva Community Fund
Eligible causes will be able to submit their projects to the Aviva Community Fund through Crowdfunder. Funding applications are open to projects looking to raise up to £50,000.
We've streamlined the process so that, unlike earlier years, there are no activity categories or funding levels you need to select. If you need any help, we'll guide you through the process with free toolkits and resources.
Take a risk
We've always supported people through life's challenges and opportunities. We know that now, more than ever, small charities need our support. The Aviva Community Fund supports applications for forward-thinking projects that enable causes to adapt their vital services and innovate to create a brighter, more sustainable future.
If your application is accepted into the next round, your crowdfunding page will go live at the same time as all other eligible causes, so everyone gets an equal opportunity to attract donations.
Take it away
Aviva employees distribute £250,000 of Aviva Community Fund every quarter, each individually picking projects that matter to them. You can also reach out to your supporters and the public to raise your target amount by sharing links through social media and more.
If crowdfunding on an 'All or nothing' basis, you will receive the funds once you've reached your target. If crowdfunding on a 'Keep what you raise' basis, you will receive whatever funds you've attracted after the end date. Then it's time to get to work.
Is your Idea eligible?
We want to support projects that are fighting climate change and building stronger, more resilient communities across the UK, so we're investing in two key areas:
- Climate Action: Promoting healthy, thriving communities by preventing, preparing for and protecting against the impacts of climate change
- Financial Wellbeing: Helping people to take control of their wellbeing by giving them the tools to be more financially resilient and independent
We believe that the charities that make the biggest impact are those that are given the opportunity to innovate and test new ideas without fear of risk.
So any projects submitted should aim to:
- develop a new approach, product or technology; or
- implement a new initiative or pilot a new scheme; or
- expand existing services to a new area or beneficiary group; or
- adapt services to meet today's needs without compromising those of future generations
Your project must also:
- be submitted by an applicant aged 18 or older
- be UK based and for the benefit of UK communities
- not be for the benefit of any one individual
Your organisation must also:
- be registered in the UK as a charity or social enterprise
- have a bank account in its own name and have been operating for over 12 months
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