Taking a more consultative approach to our grant-making is a key aim of 2022. In advance of our community integration grants round next month, we conducted a survey and workshop to listen to frontline organisations working with disadvantaged people.
Oxfordshire Community Foundation is delighted to have awarded grants worth more than £135,000 to 9 local organisation to support healthy hearts.
The Didcot Powerhouse Fund, which is hosted by OCF, has confirmed that in its first year of grant-giving it has been able to make grants totalling £95,508 to 17 organisations, with grants ranging from £400 to £13,000.
At this webinar we will explore the impact of the cost of living crisis on those local communities that were already disadvantaged and struggling, and understand the priorities of local charitable organisations as they face this next challenge.
After working with partners to convene the Growing Minds partnership, which has supported 277 families in Berinsfield and Littlemore since its inception, OCF has passed the coordination of the project into the capable hands of our project partners.
OCF curated a panel session at the Marmalade social change conference on 7th April, bringing in different perspectives on the question of how to share power within grant-making structures and processes.
OCF awards over £47,000 to local community and voluntary organisations from the Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund
OCF is delighted to have awarded eight grants totalling £47,977 to local voluntary and community organisations from Arts Council England’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund.
On Thursday 31st March, Imam Monawar Hussain ended his year as High Sheriff, which has been focused on celebrating Oxfordshire’s unsung heroes. He handed the role over to local businessman Mark Beard, who will raise money for charities that empower young people across the county.