How many grants did the Foundation make in 2011?
In 2011 the Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales made £21 million worth of grants to 754 charities.
What areas of disadvantage has the Foundation funded in 2011?
In 2011, our top funded issues across all geographies in the Community Programme were:
Where does the Foundation provide funding?
In 2011, the Foundation supported 754 charities, investing a total of £21m in communities that need it most, making a significant difference to the lives of individuals and the communities in which they live.
50% of our funding is targeted towards the top 20 most deprived areas in England and Wales, resulting in funding being awarded across 97% of local authorities over the past three years, weighted to areas that have the highest deprivation.
Over the past three years, the Foundation has invested nearly £25m in charities within the ten most deprived areas in England:
A further £1.3m was invested in 60 charities across Wales in 2011, bringing the total invested in the top four most deprived areas over the past three years to £641,300:
What size of charities do we support?
The Community programme specifically supports smaller local, regional and national charities. We fund local and regional charities with an income of £1m or less and national charities with and income of £5m or under.