Shanly Foundation WINNERS ANNOUNCED A big THANK YOU for all of your wonderful Building Futures Competition entries! They have been flooding into Gilwell Park, and we have been working away on the very difficult selection process. Please see below for the full list of our winning groups, detailing the prizes that they have won. A Place to Build There was only one Main Prize of £100,000 to be won - and this was by far the most difficult decision. There were dozens of groups who demonstrated a very high degree of need, hours of dedication and creativity and a great deal of thought in their application. However, through a fair and thorough selection process the winners have been picked, and they are the Woodhouse Eaves Group in Loughborough! This group have been homeless for two years, and have carried on Scouting throughout this period by moving from place to place and storing all of their equipment across cupboards, cars and parents' outbuildings. This money will mean that they can finally have a home of their own, strengthening the community and providing a space that everyone can enjoy. A Place to Repair For meeting places that needed some care and attention, lucky groups also won a prize of £10,000, and those groups were Columbus Bellahoj Explorer Scout Unit, 1st Bushey Heath Group, the 2nd Clutton Scout Group, the North Down District Explorers and a fifth prize is still being decided on. A Place to Equip Six further prizes of £5,000 were up for grabs, and these winners were 27th Lincoln Scout Group, 7th Huddersfield Clayton West Scout Group, 77th Glasgow Disabled Scout Group, 7th Lichfield Scout Group, 7th Bolton Moorland Scout Group and Stithian Scouts. So a huge THANK YOU to everyone for entering! 2nd Clutton Group after hearing the news they had won a prize of £10,000 About Shanly Foundation Since it was founded in 1997, our partner the Shanly Foundation has generously supported charitable and community causes and events, from youth clubs, schools and woodland projects to centres for adults with physical and learning disabilities. To find out more about The Shanly Foundation and the work they do in their communities, please click here.