Community is at the heart of everything we do here at Hilltop Honey. Through our Community Fund, we’re supporting a number of local initiatives working to make real, positive changes. We’re doing this because we want to give back to our local community and support improvement of our social and economic landscape.
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Community fund winners
We’re so proud to be an award winning Welsh brand, 100% committed to supporting our bee-rilliant local communities. As we wouldn’t be where we are today without you guys, we wanted to give something back and every year we set up a local community fund, for those business' close to Hilltop HQ, to have further support financially.
Check out the 2022 winners that we donated to...
Footprints on the Farm
Footprints on the Farm offers 87-acres of beautiful and quiet space where children and young people from the ages of 10-25 can explore, learn and grow. By connecting with alpacas, farm animals and nature, they help improve physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. The funding will be used to build a sensory garden that includes vegetable beds, insect and bee-friendly plants, shrubs and flowers, allowing young people to explore, learn and grow through nature.
Footloose has been a part of the community since 2006, providing dance classes for 60+ members. As a not-for-profit organisation, they pride themselves on making sure members get the best opportunities possible. The funding will help to cover the costs of attending dance competitions that members would otherwise have been unable to afford.
Derw Bach preschool provides a diverse, friendly and safe environment where children age 3-4 years are actively encouraged and supported to become kind, respectful and independent individuals. Funding will be used to build a sensory garden that will allow children, especially those with additional learning needs, to explore and learn through senses.
The Men Shed
Men Shed Newtown plan to run monthly workshops around nurture and nature. Strengthening existing relationships with the community and supporting families and members of the community with learning difficulties, dementia and those suffering with their mental health. A community day will be held at Men Shed Newtown with a range of workshops for families and members of the public.
The Game Change Project
The Game Change Project is the go to place for local children and teenagers who struggle in a mainstream educational environment. Youngsters living in rural areas have been facing serious problems associated with isolation, poor mental health, and a lack of opportunities. The funding will go towards the purchase of a vehicle to transport those in need who otherwise would be unable to attend The Game Change Project.
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