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A New Future for Stoke Park

Community Outreach



The Stoke Park Community Outreach programme’s primary objective is to support and collaborate with local charitable organisations, to work on specific projects that support, engage, and have positive impact and lasting benefit within the local community, build long term relations, strategic partnerships and provide opportunities to help enrich the lives of young people through education, sport, culture and the arts.




Applicants that meet the following criteria: For projects from local charities, clubs & societies, community groups, or regional branches of national charities based on supporting residents or areas within Buckinghamshire. National charities will be considered if there is a potential for a regional focus. Projects that will deliver a positive and lasting benefit to the community particularly in the areas of the youth community, education, sports, culture and the arts. Projects that can demonstrate clear objectives, measurable outcomes and impacts will be considered.
Example of one of Stoke Park’s community outreach initiatives, a partnership with SportsAid and LEAP.
Stoke Park oversee an extensive community outreach/charitable programme. Since December 2021 Stoke Park have: 




Delivered 1000 Christmas Gifts to children in need and sick children through Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, working with various charities and hospitals to distribute. In December 2022 we increased this to 1250 gifts.
Donated to Slough Foodbank ( December 2021 and 2022) which covers South Bucks.


Platinum sponsor of the Gerrards Cross Fun Run which supported 3 charities.


Donation towards supporting the Stoke Poges Horticultural Society Annual show of which Stoke Park are a Patron (2022/2023).


Sponsored the Stoke Poges Fete (2022/2023).


Sponsored and judged the Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality award at the Bucks Business Awards (2022/2023)


Sponsored the CAWC (Chiltern American Woman’s Club) Christmas bazaar (2022/2023) who in 2022 supported the MND Association and in 2023 Carers Bucks.


Funded promotional video for the Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens


Providing funding for Defibrillator casing for St Andrew’s Church, Stoke Poges


Gerrard’s Cross Picnic on the Park


Stoke Park sponsored this huge community event held in Gerrards Cross, celebrating King Charles’s coronation – only a 15 minute drive from Stoke Park. Local residents enjoyed a selection of various stalls, including food, handy crafts and live entertainment. 


Golf Day in aid of SHOC (Slough Homeless Our Concern): Former golf members of Stoke Park invited to play in a golf day to raise money for Slough Homeless Our Concern charity. Stoke Park made a donation to the charity in 2022 and 2023. https://www.sloughhomeless.org.uk/




Donation towards equipping the new STEAM cabin (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts and Maths) at Stoke Poges School.


Funding of a new app for the charity Action4Youth which will allow schools to self-deliver Action4Youth’s brilliant Inspiration Programme, and therefore delivering the programme to many more schools throughout Bucks.


We have also funded 2 Bucks schools which hadn’t the resources to self-fund this programme into the curriculum.


Sponsored the reception at Action4Youth’s Big Night out which celebrated inspiring and amazing people from the youth community in Bucks.
Grant funding towards ‘The Junction’ which catches disadvantaged young people at a critical point, offering crisis and wellbeing support, plus a community where they feel safe and supported.




Launched Stoke Park in the Community Funds via Heart of Bucks/Berkshire Community Foundation – charities and community groups across Bucks/Berks are able to apply for grants of £5000 to the fund. A local area to Stoke Park (south of Wendover) had a huge number of applicants to the fund and grants have been made to the first round of funding. 


Awarded Queens Platinum Awards (via Berkshire Community Dounation) which is a £10,000 grant to the charity, Together as One (Aik Saath). 




Supporting 20 local athletes in a grassroots level through SportsAid to support future Olympians and Paralympians. Also working on inclusivity and activation programmes with SportsAid to help inspire local children and families into sport. 


Partner of The School Games: Stoke Park are sponsoring ‘The School Games’ an inclusive sports programme which will reach 20,000 children throughout Buckinghamshire. ‘The School Games’ have programmes which encourages children not just to compete, but also participate and work with children of all abilities.


GOLF IN THE COMMUNITY – GolfPhin Partnership


Stoke Park has a desire to help local people access the great game of golf regardless of demographics. Breaking down the barriers of a sport often regarded as elitist, Stoke Park are committed to making golf affordable and accessible to all primary school children across South Bucks. We have initated talks with GolfPhin to deliver a golf programme which focusses on Health, Wellbeing and Education and we are working on a pilot scheme with a local school. 




One of the Reliance Foundation’s key initiatives is the Education and Sports for All programme driven by the Foundation’s Chairperson, Mrs Nita Ambani’s vision to empower every child in India through the power of education and sport. The ESA program has so far touched the lives of over 22 million children, especially from marginalised backgrounds. 


The Reliance Foundation’s ESA programme through Stoke Park’s community outreach initiatives, is committed to supporting causes which have a positive impact within the local community. These efforts include working together with charities on various initiatives to inspire and encourage children and young people in education and sports in the local area. This included supporting local athletes, talent inclusion and local sporting events, as well as various education initiatives to support local schools, with a special focus on supporting underprivileged children. 


The award of the Reliance Foundation ESA Cup and charity grant was presented on each of the 5 days of The Boodles tennis event to the winner of the first match, and a charity grant from Stoke Park donated to a different local charity on each day. Charities supported during this year’s event were: Action4Youth, South Bucks Riding for the Disabled Association, Together as One, Slough Foodbank and Sport in Mind. 

Contact Us

If you have any questions or queries relating to the consultation, please do not hesitate to contact the team at ndownie@stokepark.com

Stoke Park, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire SL2 4PG