Our Conveyancing Foundation Charity Grant Scheme is a first for the property industry and provides an opportunity for those in the industry to receive grant funding of £2,000 for their chosen charity, or apply for a Mental Health First Aider grant, which helps to foster accessible skills and enhance workplace wellbeing, cultivating a culture of care and understanding among colleagues.
Funded completely by our generous Partners, the Charity Grant Scheme invites those from the property industry to nominate a charity that is close to their hearts. The Grant Scheme is designed to boost the fundraising of those already completing a challenge or taking part in an event for their chosen charity.
We diligently review Charity Grant Applications bi-monthly. Successful applicants will be promptly notified.
Charity Grants for Individuals
Grant funding of up to £2,000 for your chosen charity.
Funded completely by our generous Partners.
Designed to boost the fundraising of those already completing a challenge or taking part in an event for their chosen charity.
If you are planning a fundraising event and would like additional funding to support your chosen charity, then we encourage you to complete the nomination form below. We look forward to working with you in supporting some amazing charities.
Requirements for Recipients:
The grant must be dedicated to a registered charity.
The Grant Scheme is only for those already completing a challenge or taking part in an event for their chosen charity.
Recipients must agree to promote the Conveyancing Foundation whenever feasible. This collaboration enhances visibility and encourages a collective effort in championing charitable initiatives.
You can view a list of our previous grant application winners here.
NEW! Mental Health First Aider Grants
Access grant funding of up to £2,000 dedicated to covering the expenses of Mental Health First Aider Training for your staff.
Funded completely by our generous Partners.
Enhance the overall wellbeing of your workplace by empowering your team with the necessary skills. This training equips staff to offer essential support, fostering a culture of care and understanding among colleagues.
Broaden your team's mental health education and well-being by equipping them with essential skills. Cultivate a team of Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAs) who will learn to support peers and offer assistance to those in need.
We're offering grants of up to £2,000 for Mental Health First Aider Training to foster accessible skills. Generously funded by committed Partners, it's our drive to enhance workplace wellbeing, cultivating a culture of care and understanding among colleagues.
Before Applying You Must:
Secured a certified training provider
Determined the number of staff enrolled in the course
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