Scottish homebuilder Miller Homes is inviting local causes, charities, and projects across Scotland to apply for its second round of community funding for 2023, which will see £10,000 shared among those in need near its developments, including Hawkhead, located in Paisley.
Striving to help better local neighbourhoods across the country, the Community Fund initiative has already supported 36 groups in Scotland since its launch in September 2022, equating to £20,000 of funding that’s made a direct difference to those who need a helping hand.
The homebuilder is looking for organisations in Paisley that support the local community to get in touch and apply. Whether it’s food banks or soup kitchens needing supplies, local sports groups looking for new equipment or kits, or community groups hoping to bring festive joy to their neighbourhood over the seasonal months ahead, Miller Homes wants to support.
In July, 17 groups in Scotland received funding to better their commitment to the community, including Helensburgh & Local District CPR/Defibrillator Association.
Louise Caldwell, Sales Director for Miller Homes Scotland West, said: “We’re encouraging those in the Paisley who are already making a valuable contribution to apply to the Community Fund so that we can help support them in making a difference to the communities in which we are building.”
Each of Miller Homes’ 10 regional offices across the UK has its own £10,000 fund to support community initiatives each year.
Applications for Community Fund will close on Wednesday 25 October, with a minimum of £250 and a maximum of £2,000 awarded. Successful applicants will be notified in November.
For more information on the Community Fund or how to apply, visit www.millerhomes.co.uk/corporate/community-fund.
Headline photo: Helensburgh & Local District CPR / Defibrillator Association
Photo Credit: Jeff Holmes