Big changes start locally

Grants awarded

Funded projects

The Virgin Money Foundation promotes the sustainable regeneration of communities.


Use the map to see information about projects we've funded to date.

Red map pinNorth East Fund Grey pinCommunity Anchors' Fund
 
Blue map pin2Ripple Fund Pink map pinHeart of the Community Fund
 
Green map pinMaking a Splash Fund   Yellow map pin#iwill Take Action Fund
 
Dark blue map pinCommunity Resilience Fund   

Many of the pins highlight historic programmes which are no longer open for applications for details of open grant programmes take a look here.

Open data

The Virgin Money Foundation is committed to being transparent and we work with 360Giving to publish information about our grants. We believe that with better information, grantmakers can make more effective decisions. 360Giving provides support for them to publish data openly, understand that data and use it to create online tools to make grantmaking more beneficial. For more information, visit http://www.threesixtygiving.org

To view information on our grants, in the 360Giving data standard, download this .csv file.

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. The data must be attributed to Virgin Money Foundation.

360 Giving

Living Wage Funder

The Virgin Money Foundation is proud to be a Living Wage Funder. Living Wage Funders are committed to tackle low pay by encouraging and enabling the organisations they support to pay the real Living Wage. The real Living Wage is an independently calculated, voluntary rate of pay that is based on the actual cost of living. It is different from the government’s ‘National Living Wage’, which is the legal minimum for over 25s. Nearly 6,000 employers now choose to pay the real Living Wage to all their staff and are accredited as a Living Wage Employer. The Living Wage Foundation would like to see the real Living Wage become the norm in every sector and believes the voluntary sector can lead the way.