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Cornwall Community Foundation helps to build stronger communities by encouraging local giving. All the money we raise stays in Cornwall to support volunteer-led, grassroots community groups across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Our mission is to make sustainable funding available to address disadvantage and strengthen communities by promoting effective philanthropy.

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Cornwall’s first Vital Signs® report analyses changing social needs in Cornwall and how they can be addressed. CLICK HERE for a pdf of the report.

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Our 2017/18 Surviving Winter Appeal is now open for donations.  For more details and to make a donation please CLICK HERE.

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2017/18 Surviving Winter Appeal is launched for donations
2017/18 Surviving Winter Appeal is launched for donations

We are appealing for help from all those who can give some or all of their Winter Fuel payment, or who would like to make a donation to support people struggling to survive this winter in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Please follow the link for more details and how to donate.

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C100 Club members hear how their contribution helps change lives
C100 Club members hear how their contribution helps change lives

CCF's C100 Business Club held its first quarterly Breakfast meeting for members and invited guests in Truro last week. Delegates enjoyed the opportunity to meet and share the benefits of C100 membership. Cornwall Life Recycles, a project supported by C100, demonstrated how their project changes the lives of disadvantaged young people.

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The Foundation announces new Chair of Trustees
The Foundation announces new Chair of Trustees

Jane Hartley DL is the Foundation's new Chair of Trustees. Jane has been a Trustee since April 2009 and Vice Chair from 2014. Jane has lived in Cornwall for more than 25 years. In 2016 Jane was High Sheriff of Cornwall and is inspired by giving back to the county.

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