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Award Winning Community Foundation for Calderdale

We believe that all not-for-profit organisations have a significant role to play in improving the lives of the most disadvantaged in Calderdale. CFFC is itself a not-for-profit and understands the unique challenge faced when looking to develop and grow. CFFC is dedicated to enabling organisations to increase their community, economic and environmental impact, by providing grant aid and tailored loans to not-for-profit organisations in Calderdale.

We have awarded

17000000

to local charities since 1991

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New fund launched

Pennine Community Power

The PCP fund is open to community groups based in or working in Blackshaw Head, Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and signHeptonstall. Applications are welcomed to a value of £1400 and must contribute in a measurable way to one or more of the following aims:

  • To ensure that the value from development of renewable energy resources is retained and invested within the local economy.
  • To build an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable community.
  • To help develop the creation of local sustainable livelihoods.
  • To educate and inform the general public around the issues of sustainability, climate change and renewable energy.

Social Impact Fund Launched

CFFC is dedicated to enabling organisations to increase their community, economic and environmental impact, and have now launched the Calderdale Social Impact Fund to provide tailored investment loans in Calderdale.

As part of our new grants strategy organisations in Calderdale can now access unsecured tailored finance between £5,000 and £75,000. To invest in:

  • Capital expenditure such as buying or renovating a building.
  • Working capital to bridge the time between spending money and receiving it.
  • Development capital to help groups grow or replicate their service.
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April 24, 2015, 2:30pm - April 24, 2015, 11:00am

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