Maidenhead's MP Theresa May welcomed the announcement from the National Lottery Community Fund that it has invested £42,297 in community projects across the Maidenhead constituency.
Of this investment, Theresa commented that she was delighted to see that groups in Maidenhead being awarded £42,297 of funding. She feels this investment is most welcome and will provide a huge boost to some of the brilliant grassroots projects in our community.
The National Lottery Community Fund is the largest funder of community activity in the UK. During this period, almost £133 million of crucial National Lottery funding has gone to charities and community groups in England as they continue to support their communities through cost-of-living pressures and the prolonged impact of the pandemic.
Over 2,400 grants, ranging from £310 to over £1 million have been made in direct response to community needs, including food banks, mental health support, improving employment prospects and tackling social isolation and loneliness.