The Lloyds Banking Group Foundations are four independent grant-making trusts, covering England & Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands. They are shareholders in Lloyds Banking Group and together receive one per cent of the Group's pre-tax profits, averaged over three years, instead of the dividend on their share holding.
The Lloyds Banking Group Foundations are committed to supporting underfunded, grassroots charities that enable people, especially disabled and disadvantaged people, to play a fuller role in society. Applications are accepted from organisations with recognised charitable status, which fit within the published grant-giving criteria.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community regardless of race, colour, gender, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, age or disability.
The Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland is a grant-giving Foundation whose income is derived from a shareholding in Lloyds Banking Group.
The Foundation is independent of the Group. Its policies are determined by a Board of Trustees.