New Beginnings Fund launched to help local groups support refugees in Leeds and across the UK A new funding programme, supported by Leeds Community Foundation, is now open for applications to support community projects which welcome refugees and asylum seekers into the UK. The New Beginnings Fund was launched in
The Hamara Centre on Tempest Road, Beeston was the venue for a celebration event as Hamara’s ‘family’ – partners, staff and the wider community – gathered to celebrate Hanif Malik’s recent award of the OBE yesterday (20 July 2016). In a series of speeches the qualities that led to the
The Leeds Fund: to create a city of opportunity for all Community groups across South Leeds are set to benefit from a new fund set up to create opportunities for all communities across the city. A new charitable fund to help community groups across the city has received support from
Leeds Community Foundation (LCF), who set up the Leeds Flood Appeal in response to the Boxing Day floods, has received confirmation that the government will match their current raised funds £ for £. To date, the Leeds Flood Appeal has raised an impressive £157,000 from generous donations from the public
Leeds Community Foundation launches grant scheme to help vulnerable families and charitable projects affected by the floods Leeds Community Foundation (LCF), a catalyst for positive change, launched the Leeds Flood Relief Appeal in response to the devastation caused across the city by the Boxing Day floods. Thanks to the generosity
Leeds Community Foundation launches new programme to support carers and people living with dementia Leeds Community Foundation (LCF) has launched a series of Small Fund programmes, in partnership with Time to Shine, to help third sector groups develop ways of reducing loneliness and isolation and strengthen communities, benefiting older people.
South Leeds community projects invited to apply to next round of Third Sector Health Grants NHS Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has launched a second round of Third Sector Health Grants to deliver its ambitious plans to improve health and wellbeing, prevent ill-health and ultimately enable local
Over a hundred donors, supporters and community groups gathered at the Howard Assembly Room to celebrate Leeds Community Foundation (LCF)’s 10th anniversary of grant-making. During the past decade, LCF has distributed over £23m in grants to 2,000+ separate community organisations and has helped transform the lives of thousands of local