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Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

In line with Mental Health Awareness Week, the Foundation has continued to award grants to vital services and charities supporting mental health needs, to ensure communities are still able to thrive during the pandemic. Designed to destigmatise mental health and...

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

JST continuing in the community.

Just Straight Talk (JST) are part of the Foundation's Community Matters programme. Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund the programme aims to break down the barriers of employment and improve aspirations in the Black Country....

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JST continuing in the community.

I can’t praise them enough!

Around Again run a social supermarket in North Solihull, they offer a low-priced membership model which tackles food poverty in the area. They were awarded £1,500 from the Foundation’s Coronavirus Resilience Fund to cut their membership costs ensuring their service...

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I can’t praise them enough!

From the Community.

We've supported some amazing organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic, these are just few testimonies from people who have really benefited from grants provided. Northfield Stroke Club “As a carer I'm very concerned that I may catch the virus if I’m out in the...

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From the Community.

We just try and do whatever possible.

Based in Smethwick, African French Speaking Community Support (AFSCS), provides a comprehensive range of advice and information to support those who are isolated and disadvantaged in their community. They received a £1,500 grant from the Heart of England Community...

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We just try and do whatever possible.

I really have come to rely on them.

Time Out, an organisation in Warwickshire, provide support to vulnerable people ensuring they can continue to be connected with their communities. They received £1,500 from the Coronavirus Resilience Fund which has enabled them to adapt their services. They’re now...

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I really have come to rely on them.

This is my life saviour.

Digikick, an organisation based in Birmingham, have been supported by the Foundation several times. Their aim is to use technology as a tool to bring community together. Through the Foundation’s Coronavirus Resilience Fund, they were awarded a grant of £1,500 which...

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This is my life saviour.

£25m in 25 years.

After celebrating its 25th birthday just two months ago, the Foundation, the region’s leading supporter of community projects and local charities, has hit yet another major milestone. Founded exactly a quarter of a century ago, the Foundation has now awarded an...

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£25m in 25 years.

They are doing a great job.

Steps 8 CIC were supported through the Foundation’s Coronavirus Resilience Fund and were awarded £1500 to run a community foodbank. The foodbank will address immediate hunger by working with children centres, community centres, and schools providing nutritionally...

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They are doing a great job.

Unfortunately due to the coronavirus outbreak all Foundation staff will be working from home.

Our main office number is open (024 7688 4434) if you need to contact the Foundation or e-mail: info@heartofenglandcf.co.uk

Alternatively, call one of the following staff members:

Shamiela Ahmed – Operations Manager: 07394 567083
Aaron Greaves – Marketing & Comms Exec: 07394 567084

Our operating hours are: 
Mon - Thurs: 9:00 - 17:00
Fri: 9:00 - 16:00 

We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.