A Weybridge-based accountancy firm is seeking applications so it can pay out funds and help the local community get active.
MGI Midgley Snelling LLP is looking for community groups that will encourage local people to get active by applying for grants of up to £1,000 from its Midsnell Activity Fund.
The firm launched the Midsnell Activity Fund in 2015 to promote engagement and participation in a range of activities to help people live active, healthy and interesting lives. So far, the fund has enabled the purchase of sports equipment for blind and visually impaired students at a local school and oars at a local rowing club, amongst others.
Tracey Wickens, a Partner at MGI Midgley Snelling LLP, said: “Sport and exercise can transform people’s lives and make a real difference to our local communities. Beyond the obvious benefits for people’s physical health, it enables people to master new skills, relax and socialise.
“That is why, as part of our commitment to the local community, we are seeking applications to the Midsnell Activity fund for grants of up to £1,000 from groups that help get local people active.”
If you know of a project that could qualify and benefit from up to £1,000, visit: www.midsnell.co.uk/about-us/midsnell-activity-fund/ and complete an application form. To be successful, candidates will need to demonstrate how the money will benefit being active in the local community.