Community leaders from across Oxford have held a service uniting people from different faith traditions and none, led by OCF supporter Imam Monowar Hussain DL, whose named fund with the community foundation aims to build links across different groups.
Twenty local companies will be taking part in a charity choir this Thursday in support of Oxfordshire Community Foundation and other local charities. The firms are participating in the High Sheriff’s Challenge – an initiative of this year’s High Sheriff of Oxfordshire, Tony Stratton.
Meech International was one of 18 companies that volunteered a team of five competitors for ‘The Olympic Challenge’, a specially organised sports day on 17 July to raise charitable funds for the Oxfordshire High Sheriff’s Challenge.
The High Sheriff is buying some extra bottles of water in preparation for his Olympic Challenge at the Iffley Road Sports Ground on Thursday 17th July. The weather forecast is “HOT!”, so we’re expecting that by the end of the event some participants may look more exhausted than Roger Bannister did on that famous day 60 years ago!
Each year The Story Museum in Oxford run a special ‘Maggie’s Day’, in memory of Maggie Evans, which this year is happening on 8th July.
Join us on the 23rd April 12.30 – 6pm, when Jayne Woodley, Chief Executive of the Oxfordshire Community Foundation, has been invited to speak at the Saïd Business School Catalyst for Collaboration event.
There was a full house at the Oxford Union on 26th February for the Thames Valley Philanthropy Fellowship debate.
The Thames Valley Philanthropy Fellowship, in partnership with the Oxford Union, is holding a forum debate in the main chamber of the historic Oxford Union on Wednesday 26 February 2014. This event has been kindly sponsored by the CCLA.