Aviva Community Fund

Aviva Community Fund

Every three months Aviva shares £250,000 a month their employees to donate to projects that matter to them most. Each cause can apply for funding up to a maximum of £50,000.

If you wish to read more about the scheme, please go to


  1. Climate Action: Promoting healthy, thriving communities by preventing, preparing for and protecting against the impacts of climate change
  2. Financial Wellbeing: helping people take control of their wellbeing by giving them the tools to be more financially independent and ready for anything.

Funding Areas

  • Develop a new approach, product or technology
  • Implement a new initiative or pilot a new scheme
  • Expand existing services to a new area or beneficiary group
  • Adapt services to meet today’s needs without compromising those of future generations

And your organisation must:

  • be registered in the UK as a charity or social enterprise
  • have a UK bank account in it’s own name
  • have a safeguarding policy if it supports children or vulnerable people
  • have an active board of trustees or directors or management body

Due diligence requirements
In addition to meeting the eligibility criteria, to be eligable for funding, project owners need to satisfy some additional due diligence checks for which they need to:

  • upload a form of photo ID
  • provide details of the organisation’s bank account
  • agree to the Aviva Community Fund terms and conditions and Crowdfunder’s terms and conditions of funding

And finally…

If your organisation is eligible and you are invited to submit a project, there is no guarantee you will receive Aviva Community Fund donations. There will be no fees on Aviva Community Fund donations but there will be fees on public donations.

Aviva and Crowdfunder reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to exclude from the Fund project owners and organisations that do not meet the eligibility criteria or to reject submissions and projects that do not meet the eligibility criteria or are incomplete, incomprehensible, false or fraudulent. Aviva and Crowdfunder reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to remove project owners, organisations and projects from the fund at any point.

Contact: More information will be available on the link above, or I may be able to get more information for you if you have specific questions. I’ll also try to find similar past projects by searching the information available to employees.

Stuart Daley

12th July 2022     Community Impact, News

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