Help us amplify small charities

Make a donation to support a diverse range of small charities and community projects

If you want to ensure your charitable donations go to a diverse range of small charities and good causes, why not donate to our Amplify Fund. 100% of all donations received will go direct to small charities via an Amplify Charity Grant or an Amplify Charity Film.

All our operating costs are funded by John Good Group – this means 100% of all donations we receive go direct to good causes.

Downright Special

Building a brighter future for children with Down Syndrome.

Reef World

Helping to protect coral and marine environments.

Ways you can donate


Direct bank transfers can made to the Foundation bank account.

To make a donation this way, please contact us to request our bank details.


Donate by card using our JustGiving Checkout. You don’t need an account, simply make a donation using your credit or debit card.


Please send cheques to the following address:

Matthew Good Foundation,
Suite 1, Ground Floor,
Parkgate House,
Hesslewood Office Park,
HU13 0LH​

Thank you

All donations will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. However, please let us know if you would like your name publishing on this website and featuring within our news updates as a donor. We would love to recognise your kind contribution.

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impacts at home and abroad

Outkast Panda Crew

Outkast Panda Crew are a team of volunteers improving the lives of young adults in the Hull area who are at risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour and crime by offering them a route to positive engagement and success in their community. After visiting the project and seeing

Access the Dales

Access the Dales exists to break down the barriers that prevent people living with disabilities from enjoying the great outdoors by making all-terrain mobility vehicles available to borrow at outdoor locations in the Yorkshire Dales. After meeting Access the Dales and its founder Debbie, when the charity was a

The Peel Project

The Peel Project was launched in 2021 at Peel Street Park in the Central Ward in Hull's City Centre. Residents were concerned that the park had become an unsafe place, despite being a much needed resource for this community, and decided to set up an organisation that could bring

Hull Children’s University

The Children's University are a charity that works with children growing up in disadvantaged areas of Hull and East Yorkshire who may not have the same opportunities as others. They aim to light up every path that a child could take and help create dreams for the future. They

Water Harvest

Climate change brings big shifts in rainfall across the world and this is felt especially in Rajasthan in North West India. The people have always used ancient traditional methods to collect rain water during the monsoon season.


We first met Diversified when they were a Grants for Good finalist in 2022. We went on to help them produce a series of films to tell their story and promote advocacy in schools.

Time 2 Volunteer

We provided funding for this video to help educate the local community about the work they do and how they might get involved during Volunteers Week 2023.

Recycling Unlimited (RUOK)

We funded this video to help the charity raise awareness of their service. If you have suffered with your mental health and think joining could help you, you can contact them on the details at the end of the video.

Market Field Farm

We first met Market Field Farm when they won one of our Grants for Good in 2021. Since then they have been going from strength to strength as they expand, and for 2023 we've funded this film for them.

Harry’s Hat

With huge potential for growth, Harry's HAT needed help getting off the ground with promoting awareness. Their video highlights how they support children with Hydrocephalus.