Brighter Futures

Brighter Futures Grant

Harlequins Foundation is proud of to support our local charities and organisations through the Brighter Futures Grants Programme, all of whom do so much for their communities.

Starting in 2018, our annual grants programme is designed to support organisations within Richmond Borough to do something they couldn’t ordinarily afford. This could include equipment for activities, improvements to facilities, individual or group trips, an event, or access to new or relevant opportunities.

The grants, of between £500 and £2,500, will support projects that have a demonstrable connection to The Harlequins Foundation’s mission statement; to inspire, educate and equip individuals and communities to tackle inequality, poor health and the challenges faced by the most vulnerable in society.

Each year, the Harlequins Foundation awards grants to local schools, clubs and other community projects to help fund activities which support our mission to inspire, educate and equip individuals and communities to change their lives and fulfil their potential. We’re delighted that, yet again, we are able this year to fund some impactful and transformative activities.

Dominic Coles

Trustee of the Harlequins Foundation
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MTV Youth Hampton 
This grant will support the supply and fit of durable artificial grass at the Youth Club. Enabling a range of activities to take place, engaging young people from across the borough in positive activities.

Kids Come First
A charity that works to improve the mental health of families living in Richmond while going through separation. The grant will enable them to provide more workshops and share information about mental wellbeing, supporting financially disadvantaged families in the borough.

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Grey Court School
A secondary Academy in Richmond, who aim to inspire, educate and encourage all pupils to become the best versions of themselves. This grant will enable them to run a pilot, employing a qualified councillor, to support young people across the schools experiencing mental health problems.

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Kids Come First
A charity that works to improve the mental health of families living in Richmond while going through separation. The grant will enable them to provide more workshops and share information about mental wellbeing, supporting financially disadvantaged families in the borough.