The ACC Liverpool Group Foundation

Please read the Essential Information before applying. 

Background Information: The ACC Liverpool Group Foundation has been established from donations raised as a result of the tremendous fundraising of ACC Liverpool Group employees. The fund is administered by the Community Foundation for Merseyside and aims to support local community groups and voluntary organisations.


What are the objects of the fund: The fund wishes to encourage local community groups and voluntary organisations to apply for grants for projects aimed at supporting and targeting key community groups and diverse communities including LGBTQ+, BAME and hard to reach groups.


How much is available: The total budget available is £5,000 and the Foundation is looking to fund projects of up to £1,000 that clearly meet the criteria and can have a significant impact on the community.


Which areas are covered: Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral


How to apply: Please visit to complete an online application. Before you submit your online application, please attach the supporting documents listed below.  If you are unable to do this at the time of submission, you can email the documents to within seven days.  



The deadline for applications is Friday 22nd September; however, as there are limited funds available and we do not want to disappoint too many applicants, the fund may close earlier.


The following cannot be supported via the fund:


How are decisions made?

Completed applications are considered by Community Foundation staff to check eligibility. You may be contacted for more information after applying, and a decision-making panel comprising ACC Liverpool Group staff will consider and make recommendations on all applications.



You will usually be notified of the decision within 2 weeks of the panel, which will be held at the end of October.


Community Foundation for Merseyside

Third Floor,

Stanley Building,

43 Hanover Street,


L1 3DN

T: 0151 294 4754   

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