Gregor’s 2016 ‘Grand Appeal’ for Bristol Children’s Hospital

As part of our 30th birthday celebrations in 2016, we raised £10,000 for our charity of the year, Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.

We achieved our huge fundraising target by donating £5 for every private boiler installation and £1 for every private domestic boiler service completed in 2016.

Our fundraising efforts included the Gregor Family Fun Day at the Bath Racecourse, activities at the South Glos Show and Bradley Stoke Community Festival, held monthly colouring competitions and hosted dress down days and cake sales in the office. View our new story to learn more.

Gregor Community Fund

The Gregor Community Fund aims to help not-for-profit projects that benefit the local communities in which we work (50 mile radius of BS30). You can apply for a donation by emailing [email protected] or by writing to Gregor Heating, Electrical and Renewable Energy, 1 Willcock House, Southway Drive, Warmley, Bristol, BS30 5LW.

You must satisfy the application criteria listed below and your application must be headed GREGOR COMMUNITY FUND and clearly show how your project directly benefits members of your local community.

Applications received by the 25th of a month will be considered at the end of that month for that month’s donation. Successful applicants will be notified in writing. Unsuccessful applications will not be reconsidered in following months unless resubmitted and with the fund’s consent.

All donations are entirely at the fund’s discretion and not all applications will be successful.

Application criteria:

  • You must be based in a 50 mile radius of BS30
  • You must not have already received a grant in the last 2 years.
  • You must be able to show that your project will directly benefit your local community.
  • You must be able to evidence the feasibility of your project.
  • You must be happy to report back on the progress / success of your project

Unfortunately the Gregor Community Fund  cannot support religious organisations that are seeking to proselytise or whose beneficiaries are of a particular faith.