Marks & Spencer | Charity and community funding

Marks & Spencer are supporting a large number of local charities through their store charity budgets. These budgets give donations of up to £50 to local charities.

Stores are not able to support:

  • Personal appeals on behalf of individuals, including overseas trips
  • Advertising or goodwill messages
  • Political parties
  • Third party fundraising on behalf of a charity
  • Religious bodies, unless the project is giving non-denominational and non-sectarian support
  • The supply of clothing, other than in exceptional circumstances.

You can find out more information via the link below:

Marks & Spencer | Charity and community funding.

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About communityimpactbucks

My aim is to help Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise groups in Buckinghamshire to achieve their aims as effectively as possible. Most of the support I offer is free.
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