The voting period for the Aviva Community Fund awards is now open!
The Community Fund is part of Aviva’s corporate responsibility programme, and it’s a pretty good logic, Aviva support projects that impact local communities, which in turn brings pride to it’s employees and suppliers. It also can have a positive effect on the claims pot.
Charity is the big winner with some sizable grants available to worthwhile projects that the public think that Aviva should help.
It’s time for everyone to get behind some local Scouting projects and pledge your support on Aviva’s special Community Fund website.
I have been through and found eight Norfolk Scout projects seeking an award, everyone gets 10 votes so if you can’t really decide vote for them all!
| 1st Acle Scout Group
Looking for £3,000 to replace camping equipment.
| Brooke and Poringland Scout Group
Seeking up to £25,000 for the second phase of modifications for their Scout HQ.
| 1st Fressingfield Scout Group
Support of up to £25,000 with a development of a new Scout HQ and activity centre
| 1st Mulbarton Scout Group
Help needed with £10,000 of funding for modern and appropriate storage facilities for adventurous activity equipment.
| 16th Norwich Sea Scout Group (Old Costessey)
Looking to secure up to £25,000 for the rebuilding of their Scout HQ and water activity centre.
| 44th Norwich Scout Group (Old Catton)
Seeking support of up to £25,000 for modernisation of their exisiting meeting place.
| 1st Wymondham Scouts and Guides
The management committee this Scout and Guide meeting place are looking for up to £10,000 to installed a new kitchen.
| 2nd Wymondham Scout Group
Looking for £2,000 to replace damaged and obsolete camping equipment
Have fun voting! – good luck everyone!!