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I’d love to be able to go into mechanics.

When Simon Rée struck up a conversation with the Coventry Transport Museum his luck was in, they donated a car to the Bardsley Youth Project.Bardsley Youth Project were awarded £5,000 from the Jumping Through Hoops Youth Fund to run ‘The Car...

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I’d love to be able to go into mechanics.

International Women’s Day 2019!

On International Women’s Day 2019 we’d like to shine a light on some of the great organisations, and some of the great women, we’ve worked with recently. The day is a brilliant opportunity to celebrate women’s achievements!Warwickshire Young Carers help...

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International Women’s Day 2019!

Rainier Developments to help distribute £3.5m

A Midlands property firm is to play a key role in helping distribute £3.5 million pounds donated to help vulnerable adults across the region.Richard Mees, the managing director of land and development company Rainier Developments, is part of an expert...

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Rainier Developments to help distribute £3.5m

700,000 reasons why.

The Foundation needs your help after a funding round this year was oversubscribed by more than £700,000. The Foundation awarded £162,076 to 20 organisations through the Tampon Tax Community Fund, a nationwide programme which provides grants to projects...

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700,000 reasons why.

Just Straight Successes.

Just Straight Talk (JST) are part of the Foundation’s Community Matters programme which aims to break down the barriers of employment in the Black Country. JST supports people by providing the practical help and motivation needed to turn their lives...

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Just Straight Successes.

Street smarts.

Thanks to the Foundation's partnership with Wesleyan Assurance a charity in Sheffield has been awarded £2,000 to help continue their fine work. Sheffield Street Pastors patrol the city’s streets on Friday and Saturday nights in a bid to keep members of...

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Street smarts.

Grants made from Surviving Winter Fund.

Thanks to the Foundation's Surviving Winter Campaign a project in Sandwell combatting loneliness in south Asian women has been awarded a grant to help it expand. The Aman Group brings together Asian women aged 40 or older with a Pakistani, Indian or Bangladeshi...

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Grants made from Surviving Winter Fund.

It was great fun, we want more!

It’s a bright Monday morning at Tile Hill library and there’s a buzz as families start to arrive.Today’s the second week that Wriggle Dance Theatre have held a workshop at the library. Aimed at children aged 2 – 7 they offer arts-based activities to...

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It was great fun, we want more!

The help and advice they’ve given me is immense.

It’s a bright day in February and we’ve joined Accord – Age Matters and their weekly walking group. Accord – Age Matters are one of the Foundation’s Community Matters partners and work specifically with people over the age of 50 in the Black Country providing a...

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The help and advice they’ve given me is immense.

#CareForMeToo

Today's Young Carers Awareness Day. We work with several groups striving to make a difference in young people's lives, one of those is the Warwickshire Young Carers' Project.They aim to help the lives of young carers in the region by offering free and...

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#CareForMeToo