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IMPORTANT MESSAGE - COVID-19

Due to the current circumstances we will have a very limited access to our post. If at all possible please e-mail us to info@johnmooresfoundation.com instead. 
If your enquiry is urgent you can call:

Phil Godfrey: (Grants Director) - 07817 192 305
Eddie Bowman (Community Development Worker) - 07551 721 813

In these difficult times for everyone and particularly the most vulnerable, who are at the heart of everything we do, we want to try to be as supportive and flexible as possible. We understand that there will be times when your staff and volunteers will not be available, when beneficiaries may need services to be provided in different ways or when systems need to be flexible to ensure that needs are met and also that other income streams may dry up. Most importantly, we want you to concentrate on supporting those that need your help most and, if you think we can help, please get in touch.

Users may find the following links (to 3rd party websites) useful:

Information about available Covid-19 Funding & Support: https://www.lcvs.org.uk/help-for-organisations/covid-19-funding-and-support/
Enquiries about Covid support: www.mfip.org.uk/covidfunding
Support for businesses and employers: www.liverpool.gov.uk/covidbusiness

About John Moores Foundation

John Moores Foundation is a registered charity, established in 1964, that gives money to local community organisations doing charitable work. We focus on funding projects based in Merseyside (including Skelmersdale, Halton, and Ellesmere Port) and Northern Ireland.

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We aim to enable people who face barriers, as a result of social, educational, physical, economic, cultural, geographical or other disadvantage, to improve their social conditions and quality of life. We do this by making grants to local groups that fall within our areas of interest as set out on this website. Priority is given to small, grass-roots and volunteer-driven organisations.

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We are an enabling funder and would like to help groups achieve their targets and outcomes in their own way. If a group receives a grant from the Foundation, additional support may be offered to the group by our Community Groups Development Worker in areas such as fundraising, strategic planning and trustee development and by our Monitoring & Evaluation Worker to set up systems that best meet their needs, capacity, etc.

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John Moores Foundation regularly submits its grant data to 360 Giving Open Data - providing full transparency on our grants:

360 Giving Open Data

GRANTS MADE BY John Moores Foundation: 2016 - 2019

Grants
155
GRANTS
137
RECIPIENTS
MILLION TOTAL
1400000
TOTAL (£)
AVERAGE GRANT (THOUSAND)
7400
AVERAGE GRANT (£)

TELEPHONE
Merseyside: 0151 707 6077
N.Ireland: 0282 888 6161
EMAIL
Merseyside:info@johnmooresfoundation.com
N.Ireland:ni@johnmooresfoundation.com
FIND JMF
Merseyside: 96 Bold St, Liverpool, L1 4HY.
N.Ireland: PO Box 4, Carnlough, N.Ireland, BT44 0WZ.

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