Foundation team awards £2.4m in grant aid to flood affected community

VITAL SIGNS 3 YEAR FUNDING AVAILABLE NOW

Flood save now open. Flood Save is a match funded savings scheme for business and homes not covered by the FloodRE scheme in Calderdale

We help individuals, families, entrepreneurs, companies, charitable trusts and public sector bodies connect with, support and invest in their local community.

So far we have awarded over £20,000,000  to charities, community groups and individuals in crisis.

We conduct yearly in depth research into community needs (Vital Signs) which provides us with a unique insight and allows us to match our donors resources and interests to specific opportunities, so their contribution is more meaningful.

Ultimately we improve lives and unite the people of Calderdale through philanthropy. Thanks to our donors and the funds they have established, we are able to work to strengthen communities across the borough.

Find out more about how you can change lives Click Here

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VITAL SIGNS 3 YEAR FUNDING NOW AVAILABLE

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Latest Grants Available

Three year funding

Thank you to everyone who donated to our Flood Appeal, we have raised a massive £3.1m.

"The staff at Ashlands Veterinary Center have donated their Secret Santa monies in aid of your appeal. We hope this helps a little. Donated £130"

− Yvonne Howard

"I am a regular walker in Calderdale and love the area. Donated £25"

− david phipps

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More donations collected from out Spinathon a couple of weeks ago Donated £115"

− HT Fitness

"Best wishes from St Luke's church, Cleckheaton. Donated £91
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− Brunel James

"Many thanks to all my friends who kindly contributed to this flood collection requested instead of gifts at my recent 40th birthday.
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− Sophie Craven

"Charity Raffle at the Halifax Harriers Annual Quiz. £112
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− Christopher Kirkbride

"Your community spirit is amazing, it will pull you through! Donated £10"

− Jackie Richardson

"So sorry to see so much damage and misery in my beautiful valley. This is a fantastic way for me to show some real support. Donated £50"

− Edwina Veitch-Clark

"Some raised at Mountain Wild, Crown St, HB, by sale of OMM branded women's fleeces donated by our supplier ARK Consultants Ltd, Lancs. Donated £1027"

− Sue Nixon

"Hope my donation helps in some small way - regards Gertrude Price aged 96. Donated £25"

− Gertrude Price

"Happy memories of visits to beautiful countryside as grandparents lived there. God bless to you all. Donated £100"

− Donna Snowden

"Raised by Rishworth and Heathfield Schools in support our local community. Donated £599 "

− Vicky Wheeler

"Please accept this Donation from the Bradford Institute for Health Research, Bradford Teaching Hospitals, BRI Donated £54"

− Sadia Khaliq

"We performed an old English folktale, The Plough Play, on Plough Monday,to locals in Tollerton, Nottingham to raise funds for flood victims donated £62"

− Karen Ballinger

"Thank you to everyone who supported our Spinathon to help raise money & a HUGE thanks you to Jonathan Whitworth and Dsales for matching it! Donated £2200"

− HT Fitness

"Instead of birthday presents, I asked friends and family for a donation towards the flood appeal. Good luck x Donated £140"

− lynne shepherd

To donate to the Calderdale Flood Fund please click here. DONATE

VITAL SIGNS

3 YEAR FUNDING AVAILABLE

vital signs

We are providing up to three years funding for projects which work to improve outcomes for communities affected by the three key issues identified via Vital Signs as those most key to improve the lives of people in Calderdale.

The three areas are:

  • Homelessness

  • Community Cohesion

  • Poverty and Deprivation

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Watermark

Watermark Calderdale is a campaign to build a resilience fund for our towns for future flooding.

Watermark

Our aim is to build a pot of money that can be accessed by businesses & households immediately when future floods hit (because they will – it may be 5 years time or it may be next week!). Shops or businesses sell a WATERMARK product, and a percentage (or all) the profits go into a fund. The fund is managed by the Community Foundation for Calderdale who will then distribute the money if floods hit Calderdale again.

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