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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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Funding opportunity for local community groups in the Caradon area
Funding opportunity for local community groups in the Caradon area

Local community groups in the Caradon area can apply to Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) for funding from the Caradon Area Community Benefit(CACF). The fund can support a wide range of projects including those that improve safety, transport and community cohesion, skills and learning, job opportunities and healthy living.

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C100 Club awards £14,000 grants to local community projects
C100 Club awards £14,000 grants to local community projects

At the October meeting of the C100 Grant Panel members supported applications from eight community groups who received awards ranging from £935 to £3,000. The money is being used to improve community spaces, provide activities that bring communities together and support charitable organisations helping children and young people.

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Cornwall C100 Club members support Liskeard & Looe Foodbank
Cornwall C100 Club members support Liskeard & Looe Foodbank

Cornwall C100 Club members Cornwall Glass and Millerson Estate and Letting Agents visited Liskeard and Looe Foodbank to present a cheque for £2800 to enable the foodbank to improve their storage and handling facilities. The Foodbank continues to see growth in demand for its services. From January to the end of August this year 1096 people have been given emergency food. This equates to 9864 meals. The people helped include 376 children.

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