Together Liverpool are delighted to offer Feast of Fun grants of up to £500 for churches across the Diocese of Liverpool to host food-related community activities for families, children and young people in summer and autumn 2021.

We are looking to support activities which are:

  • Church-led, we encourage you to involve other community partners, such as local schools, faith groups, voluntary organisations or other churches
  • Enable your church to strengthen connections with families, children and/or young people in your community, beyond your usual church family
  • Include healthy food as a key element of your activity

Activities can take place over one day or multiple days, and we will be looking to support a range of activities across the diocese. We will prioritise funding new activities, which churches haven’t run before, activities that reflect good value for money and applications that work in partnership with others, including partnering with a Church of England church within the Diocese of Liverpool - other churches operating within the Diocese of Liverpool area are very welcome to apply.

All Feast of Fun activities should be open and welcoming for people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, and faiths in your community.

To apply for a grant please fill out this application form. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 19th May 2021. Grants for one-day activities capped at £150 and week-long events at £500.

Please check out our Feast of Fun resources - including our healthy Recipe Cards with ideas for foods to make with children, and a Superhero Holiday Resource Pack with ideas for churches.

Find out how 24 recipients of our Feast of Fun grants used the funding to reach 3,460 people including 2,164 children during lockdown in February by downloading our Impact Report.

You can also read our case studies by clicking the links below.

Ideas for Feast of Fun activities

Ideas for Feast of Fun activities

Case Studies - Feast of Fun activities we funded in February 2021:

Church Wigan - 'Hampers of Hope' delivered to 322 children and parents, with activities including a Lent eco challenge

Church Wigan - Feast of Fun Hampers of Hope Feb 21
Church Wigan Hampers of Hope - Feast of Fun Feb 2021

St Andrew's Clubmoor - 200 free packed lunches for families to help tackle holiday hunger and an on-line pancake party

St Andrew's Clubmoor Feast of Fun Feb 21
St Andrew's Clubmoor packed lunches and pancakes - Feast of Fun Feb 2021

St Mary's Grassendale - family meal packs with recipes, baking classes, soup & sandwich delivery and toddler's fruit treasure hunt

St Mary's Grassendale Feast of Fun Feb 21
St Mary's Grassendale children's cooking classes - Feast of Fun Feb 2021

Ormskirk Parish Church - Baking bread boxes delivered to families with ingredients and recipes for families to make loaves together

Ormskirk Parish Church bread baking
Ormskirk Parish Church bread baking - Feast of Fun Feb 2021



Trinity Church Page Moss - Children's on-line holiday club with packed lunches delivered and an Olympic torch relay.

Trinity Church Page Moss Feast of Fun Feb 2021
Trinity Church Page Moss packed lunches delivery - Feast of Fun Feb 2021

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