Match Funding

The Kier Foundation is here to help you maximise the support you give to causes you hold dear.

Last year we supported 130 different organisations through our employee match funding and business match funding schemes and are always on hand to support you with your fundraising efforts.

Here’s how we can support you

Employee match funding is designed to support Kier colleagues in their own personal fundraising efforts and help them raise even more for the causes they hold dear.

Anyone who works for Kier can apply to receive a maximum 'top up' of £200 on the money they have raised for a UK-registered charity, twice per financial year (July-June).

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Business match funding is designed to help Kier businesses engage directly with the local community where their business operates.

If your Kier business is running a community project where Kier is donating time and money (either from Kier or our supply chain partners), you can apply for up to £5,000 towards the project to make a greater social impact.

For more information, read the attached criteria.

Don’t just take it from us, hear from colleagues across Group…

Neil Adams,
Senior project manager,
NRNN | Nuclear

Neil skated 16.7 miles from Bath to Bristol to raise money for Macmillan. Read more about his efforts here.

Rio Beardsmore,
Procurement Manager,
Kier Group

Rio cut 14 inches of her to raise money for the Little Princess Trust. Read more about her efforts here.

Andy Ratcliffe,
Senior Design Manager
Construction 

Andy completed a nightime ascent of Snowdon via the Llanberris path, aided by headtorches only, in aid of SERV Kent. Read more here. 

Aimee Roblin,
Administrator,
Kier Construction | Kier Places

Aimee completed the 2022 Great North Run with a new half marathon PB of 1:53:05, raising funds for the Samaritans. Read more here

Michael Carter,
Assistant Geotechnical Engineer, Kier Highways

Michael Carter smashed the Manchester Marathon in October 2021, raising money for Sense.

Llyr Roberts,
Senior Engineer,
Strategic Highways

Llyr Roberts successfully organised a fancy dress charity golf day, with a raffle and auction to raise funds for Solving Kid's Cancer - Joseph's Campaign.

Business match funding
Kier Construction Western & Wales & Surf School Wales

Alison Rees, Corporate Social Responsibility Coordinator, Kier Construction Western & Wales and Kier Foundation Charity Champion, submitted her business match funding application to help Surf School Wales (SSW), a local operation, transform their outdoor garden area into a secure safe multipurpose space. Read more.

Business match funding
Kier Construction Eastern & Midlands & the Willderland Farm

Rachel Newell, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager and Kier Foundation Charity Champion, used business match funding to give staff an opportunity to get in the great outdoors together and help out a local charity. Read more.

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