Together for good

Each month we give away £500 to a local community project or charity within our supply area.

How does it work?

The Together For Good fund operates as a community lottery. Every month, a different charity or community scheme wins £500 towards a project that will benefit the community. We announce the winner each month via email and celebrate the work you do on our social media channels. To apply, please fill out the form below to enter the draw. You'll only need to complete the form once and you’ll be entered every month. The entrants are renewed every new year (1 January). After that date you can submit a new application if you have not previously won.

Apply for Together for Good

You'll only need to enter once to be considered each month. Good luck!

Your grant must go to a specific project that you are working on. We get lots of entries for gardens in public spaces, putting on events, schemes for children and building repairs. As long as the project will benefit the community, we want to hear about it!

We accept applications from:

  • Schools (if the project demonstrates community benefit)
  • Registered charities
  • Community Interest Companies (CIC)
  • Voluntary and community groups with charitable aims
  • Allotments and community spaces
  • Town parishes and councils

We do not accept applications from:

  • Political parties
  • Private businesses

If you could benefit from the other ways we work with our community, such as attending events, providing water-saving resources or staff volunteering, or if you’re unsure on whether your project meets our criteria, please email our Community Engagement Officer, Liz at to have a chat.

What happens if you win?

First, we will email you to let you know that you’ve won! We will ask if we can share the news on our social media and, if applicable, we will ask to come visit your project to learn more about your work. We will ask you to fill out a short survey either one month after your project end date or a year after your award, if the project is ongoing.