Our Fundholders

    Named Funds

    Albert Van Den Bergh/Jane Hartley Fund: donor-directed fund for community projects in Newquay and the surrounding areas

    Amaranth Fund:

    Benefitting Older People

    Bosvigo School Fund

    Bristol & West Fund

    Bruce Davis Trust Fund

    Bude Area Fund: this fund welcomes applications from projects in and around the Bude area.

    Caradon Area Community Fund: legacy fund for the benefit of community projects in St Cleer, St Neot, Lanteglos, St Veep, Duloe, Lansallos, Pelynt, Dobwalls, Liskeard, Lynher, Menheniot, St Ives, Looe, St Martin, Deviock, Sheviock, St Germans, Rame Peninsula, Saltash, Landrake, St Dominick, Calstock and Callington

    China Clay Area Community Fund: donated fund for community projects in St Austell, Fowey, St Enoder, St Dennis, St Stephens, St Mewan, Luxulyan, Lanlivery, St Blazey, Tywardreath and Treverbyn

    Clare Milne Fund: supports disability projects in Cornwall

    Cornwall Business Club: The fund has 4 priorities: improving community spaces, providing a service the whole or identifiable parts of the community can benefit from, business and communities working together and charitable and voluntary organisations who support children and young people.

    Cornwall Club: community fund designed for those who love Cornwall but live elsewhere

    Cornwall Crimebeat Fund: fund to support projects that help to reduce offending in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

    Cornwall Emergency Fund: appeal enables CCF to offer grants to frontline organisations running additional work in response to the impact of COVID-19 to members or beneficiaries

    Cornwall Glass and Glazing Fund: donor-directed fund for community projects across Cornwall which meet one of the following priorities; organisations assisting young people to achieve their ambitions, organisations supporting people with mental illness or projects benefitting older people

    Cornwall’s Social Enterprise Fund: To support both the creation of new social enterprises and the development of existing social enterprises in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

    Cornwall Women’s Fund: fund to support community projects in Cornwall where women and girls are the main beneficiaries

    Crisis Fund: 

    Dennis Arbon Trust Fund: 

    The Duke of Cornwall Benevolent Fund: fund for young carers aged 18 or under where their duties go beyond what would be expected for a person of their age. An application for a grant must be made by an organisation for the benefit of any young carer resident in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly who requires support.

    The Eddie and Vanessa George Fund: memorial fund for Lord & Lady George, to help groups train in information technology

    Emily Bolitho Trust: to support organisations that provide services to those facing hardship. Area of benefit is the old borough of Penzance including Gulval, Mousehole, Paul, Newlyn, Ludgvan, Marazion and Madron

    Friends of Cornwall Community Foundation: HeadStart Kernow Young People’s Mental Wellbeing Legacy Fund: grants to support children and young people aged 10 -16 with their emotional health and mental wellbeing. Open to local community groups, projects and individuals via sponsor agencies to promote resilience and emotional health and mental wellbeing.

    The Healeys Young Entrepreneurs Fund: the fund welcomes applications from entrepreneurial young people to support their business ideas with grant funding

    Jack Moon and Lors Trust: to support voluntary activities in Lostwithiel and St Winnow

    Lord Lieutenant‘s Fund for Youth: fund to help those young individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding talent in a particular field – such as sport, the arts, science, voluntary service and enterprise

    Lord St Levan Fund: aimed at community groups supporting projects that relieve hardship, poverty and crisis intervention in Cornwall. A small proportion would be payable for cultural and musical purposes.

    Made By Sport #Clubs in Crisis Fund: fund supports sports clubs or organisations working with young people between 5 – 25 within the sport for development sector that has been adversely affected by Covid-19. Applicants must be actively working to improve social outcomes.

    Mental Health Fund for Children and Young People: fund to support children and young people, aged between 5-25 years, in order to supress the onset of loneliness, isolation, anxiety and ultimately depression. This fund wishes to make a life changing impact on the lives of young people at a critical stage in their development to prevent further poor mental health.

    Mining District Fund: donor directed fund for community projects in the old district of Kerrier

    Patrixbourne Trust: support to community projects across Cornwall through CCF’s community fund

    Penwith & Isles of Scilly Area Community Fund: donated fund for community projects in West Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

    Private Donor-directed Fund

    The Quinnian Fund: donor-directed fund for community projects in Cornwall

    Royston Leigh Fund: donor-directed fund for community projects in Cornwall

    Social Action: 

    Tregothnan Foundation

    Trewithen Fund: endowment fund to generate quarterly interest for grantmaking. The fund priorities are yet to be set.

    Tuppenny Fund: donated fund for community projects in the Clay Area

    Worval Foundation: aims to help provide opportunities for young, disadvantaged people, primarily aged between 11-15 years of age but not exclusively, who are on the edge of exclusion from school or are finding it hard to cope, possibly due to an illness, learning difficulties or life circumstances


    Renewable Energy Funds

    Boyton Solar & Wind Farms Community Fund: fund for the benefit of the Boyton parish

    East Langford Solar Farm: fund for the benefit of Kilkhampton, Launcells and Morwenstow

    Goonhilly Wind Farm Community Fund: fund For the benefit of groups and people based in the TR12 postcode area

    High Down Wind Farm

    Howton Solar Farm: fund for the benefit of Pillaton, Landrake and St Erney, St Mellion, St Dominick and Saltash

    Luxulyan Community Benefit Fund: fund to support community projects within the parish of Luxulyan. Organisations residing outside of this area can apply on the condition that a large percentage of beneficiaries attending the project reside within Luxulyan and this can be evidenced.

    Manor Solar Farm: For the benefit of Charlestown, Grampound with Creed, St Ewe, St Mewan, St Dennis, St Stephen-in-Brannel, Sticker, Treverbyn and central St Austell

    North Petherwin Community Fund: fund to support the parish of North Petherwin

    Papillion Fund: fund for the benefit of St Thomas and South Petherwin. Out of area applications maybe considered on the condition the beneficiaries attending the project reside within the listed parishes (evidence of this will be required).

    Ruth Burden Community Trust Fund: donor-directed fund for community projects within the parishes of Launceston South and Central, Lawhitton, South Petherwin and Lezant

    Trenouth Solar Farm: 

    Trewen Fund: 

    United Downs Geothermal Community Fund


    Trust Appeals

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    Building a Stronger Future Together Programme

    Comic Relief – Core Strength Fund

    Comic Relief Community Cash

    Cornwall Emergency Fund

    #IWILL Fund

    Resettlement Fund

    Royal London Foundation Community Matters

    Surviving Winter Fuel Fund

    Wellbeing and Prevention