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.
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.
We are encouraging support for the local community foundations who are supporting those affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Please join us at Marmalade, a week of discussions and events happening in Oxford from 5–9 April 2022. Marmalade is a platform for collaboration, focused on relationships, power and place.
High Sheriff Imam Monawar Hussain gathered locals and county dignitaries together at Mughlai Manor restaurant in Garsington on Sunday to plant a tree for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. It was the chance to thank more Oxfordshire heroes who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic.
OCF’s trustees would like to extend their thanks to CEO Adrian Sell, who has left the organisation after leading our pandemic response.
On 21st February 2022, High Sheriff Imam Monawar Hussain MBE presented the awards to individuals, businesses and grassroots community organisations that are playing a key local role in tackling the climate crisis.
After working with partners to convene and initiate Getting Oxfordshire Online, OCF is passing the coordination of the project into the capable hands of the delivery partners from February 2022.
Age Friendly Banbury and partners promoted a healthy start to 2022 with a pop-up stall in the market on Thursday January 20th. They encouraged older residents to start the year with new resolutions by sharing partner information on keeping well, active and engaged.