Their charitable giving is split into the following areas:

  • Cost Of Living Fund – Cost of Living is an Asda Foundation grant for local groups aimed at supporting the increased running costs group are facing as a result of the crisis. We know the rising cost of living is having a big impact on communities and local groups, at the same time demand is rising. This grant aims to support groups with rent, utility and essential costs, as well as funding to strengthen their volunteering. The application window is currently closed for this grant. Talk to your local Asda Community Champion about other funding opportunities available.
    • Investing in Spaces and Places Grant – This is our higher value once per annum grant for local groups aimed at improving community spaces and places where local people can be together and thrive. The application window for 2023 has now closed.
    • Colleage Match Funding for Local Causes – From bake sales to marathons, raffles to sponsored head shaves, we encourage colleagues to raise funds for local causes and could match up to £500 to make colleague fundraising go further.
    • Local Community Emergency Donations – The Asda Foundation can provide assistance to community groups during times of emergency. This can include community wide disasters such as floods and fires. To enquire about an emergency grant, please contact your local Asda store who will work with the Asda Foundation to provide support.
    • Partnerships – The Asda Foundation currently works with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award to further transform communities and improve lives.
    • Green Token Giving – Asda Foundation is currently not accepting nominations for Green Token Giving votes in 2023. We will share updates in due course if this changes. Green Token Giving is designed to support small, local grassroots organisations, supporting local people in the community around Asda stores, we do not support large national charities.

    For more detailed information on these schemes please visit: