Miller Homes Southern announces £10,000 community fund

Miller Homes Community Fund balloons

Fund for charities, community groups and good causes

Miller Homes will donate £10,000 to charities, community groups and good causes linked to developments located in its Southern region, including Minerva Heights in Chichester, West Sussex, over the next year.

The homebuilder has announced the creation of a community fund which will allow groups to apply for funding to support their projects. From local sports teams looking for sponsorship, nurseries looking to equip their garden or perhaps a food bank in need of additional supplies, the company wants to support its neighbours across the region.

The fund officially launched on 28th September and will cover all of Miller Homes’ developments in West Sussex. Applications for this first round will close on Friday 11th November after which donations between a minimum of £250 and a maximum of £2,000 will be awarded to the successful applicants.

Two funding rounds will take place each year in June and November and applications will be accepted throughout the year.

Each of Miller Homes’ ten regional offices across the UK will have its own £10,000 fund, which combined will contribute £100,000 to community initiatives across the country every year.

Miller Homes comment on creating a community

Commenting on the launch of the Community Fund, Katrina Crawford, sales and marketing director at Miller Homes Southern, said: “We don’t just build houses, we create communities, making West Sussex a better place to live.

“There are so many amazing groups undertaking vital work in the county, doing everything from supporting vulnerable members of society to enhancing green public spaces. Through our community fund we’ll help as many of these organisations as we can and we encourage projects of all shapes and sizes to get in touch and let us know how we can help.”

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