It actually brought a tear to my eye.

It actually brought a tear to my eye.

One of the organisations supported through the Foundation’s Coronavirus Resilience Fund was Gospel Oak Community Centre. They are based in Birmingham and support their community through a variety of different services. Their grant, of £1,485, will support 25...
Many thanks.

Many thanks.

The Foundation continues to awards grants weekly and we’ve been inundated with feedback from projects we’ve been supporting! This feedback isn’t just for us, it’s for everybody who’s supported our efforts during this pandemic. Thank you. ...
Springing into action

Springing into action

Our Coronavirus Resilience Fund has so far supported 33 organisations with over £49,000 worth of funding. We’ve pulled together some comments from successful groups as we aim to raise more funds to enable grassroots organisations to make a real difference in the...
Community Matters for key workers.

Community Matters for key workers.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the term “key-worker” has never carried such weight. However, the UK’s opinion on which jobs qualify for the title has changed rapidly since the virus halted every-day life. Respect for NHS workers, lorry drivers and supermarket...
Resilience Fund’s first grants.

Resilience Fund’s first grants.

Following the launch of an urgent appeal last month, Heart of England Community Foundation has awarded over £15,000 from its Coronavirus Resilience Fund in the first week of operation. The Foundation has received almost £230,000 in donations to support local...
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