Our key focus for 2014/15 is: Tackling fuel poverty, loneliness and social isolation in older people. Reports show that 17.42% of households in Halifax comprise a lone pensioner. It is estimated that 30% feel lonely and 12% feel trapped in their own home You can help by donating today

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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 & tailored loans to not-for-profit organisations in Calderdale.

We have awarded

17000000

to local charities since 1991

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#MakeItStop Appeal

Reports show that 17.42% of households in Halifax comprise of a lone pensioner. It is estimated that 30% feel lonely and 12% feel trapped in their own home. Help us to #MakeItStop By Donating £10 today via www.localgiving.com/cffc The Office for Civil Society will match the donation £4£.

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Watch Alfred’s Surviving Winter Story Here

It is estimated that every winter over 4 million households live in fuel poverty across the UK and as fuel prices continue to rise, more vulnerable people suffer. In the winter of 2012-13 there was around 31,100 excess winter deaths in those aged 65 or over in England and Wales. Each year the Surviving Winter campaign raises money to help older and vulnerable people stay warm and well in the UK’s coldest months. 

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