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Great volunteer marketing opportunity at CCF

We are looking for someone who can volunteer regularly (ideally 1-2 days per week) over a period of 6 months or more at our office at Launceston, Cornwall.  This is an opportunity to volunteer and use your skills in a great working environment and be part of making a real difference to people and communities in Cornwall.

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Business Club presents cheque for £3000 to Altarnun Village Hall

CCF Business Club members Sharon Stockdale of Stockdale Asset Management, and Kate Manning from Coodes Solicitors, visited Altarnun Village Hall to present a cheque for £3000 for renovation work and to see the Hall in action during a meeting of Chatterbox community social group.

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CCF Business Club planning for the future

Since the CCF Business Club started in 2008 grants totalling £316,000 have been awarded 176 community projects across Cornwall.  A staggering 83,100 beneficiaries have been supported by that grant funding.  Click below to learn more about the grants awarded, what has been achieved and how members are holding Grants Workshop for members to plan future priorities.

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Act now for grant funding to support your community

We have a range of grant programme available to support your community activities. All the programmes have imminent deadline, so check out the details to avoid missing out.

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Wendy joins CCF as Grants Manager

Welcome to Wendy Reading who will be our Grants Manager while Kirsty Philpott is on maternity leave.  We offer our best wishes to Kirsty and look forward to working with Wendy.Wendy has joined us from SITA Cornwall Trust where she was Fund Manager for the Landfill Communities Fund.

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People and dogs at Headland Hotel raise funds for therapy dog

Led by Kerry and his three celebrity springer spaniels, Max, Paddy and Harry, 100 people and dogs gathered at the Headland Hotel for a beach and coast walk raising funds for CCF to support a therapy dog for the Turnaround project in Newquay. The three canine visitors from the Lake District have 87,000 followers on Facebook.

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Lunch at the St Moritz raises £2,015 for CCF

Hosted in the fabulous setting of the St Moritz Hotel Cornwall, a Charity Lunch arranged by Ellie Michell and the CCF Events Committee, raised £2,015 for CCF. Thank you to the St Moritz Hotel and all the Cornish suppliers and businesses that made this possible.

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Tregothnan raises £3500 for Foundation at Royal Cornwall Show

Middling on Thursday, flooded on Friday and sun-soaked on Saturday. The mixed bag of weather at the Royal Cornwall Show in 2019 didn’t dampen the enthusiasm for Tregothnan cream teas. Tregothnan once again have most generously donated the Show proceeds of £3,500 to CCF to support Cornish communities. 

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Grants team invites community groups to new drop-in advice days

Our grants team are coming out to communities across Cornwall. Our next drop in session will be at Mullion Village Hall, 15 August 3-6pm.

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Healeys Charitable Trust Fund welcomes applications from young Cornish entrepreneurs

The new Healeys Charitable Trust Fund has been set up to help budding young Cornish entrepreneurs.  The Fund is now welcoming applications for its first round of funding from young, disadvantaged people aged 25 and under with a business idea that will change their lives. Click the link for more details and an application form.

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Bank of England Chief Economist consults Cornish community groups

CCF were delighted to partner with the Bank of England in organising a community consultation for the Bank's Chief Economist, Andy Haldane, at Treverbyn Hall, near St Austell. Andy also visited St Austell Community Kitchen to see how the project supports its local community.

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The Worval Foundation supports Head Out young peoples’ programme

The Worval Foundation aims to make a life changing impact for young disadvantaged people aged between 10 and 15 years who are on the edge of exclusion from school or are finding it hard to cope. Learn how a grant of £7,000 has been used by BF Adventure's Head Out programme change young lives.

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CCF thanks Friends and Business Club for their support at Drinks Reception

A large gathering of Friends met on 7 May at The Old Vicarage, Lanhdrock for the annual Friends and Business Club Drinks Party. Guests heard from Dr Maureen Newman, Chief Executive of Restormel Mind about the difference CCF grants had made to the lives of her members, grants made possible by the generosity of the Friends of the Foundation.

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Surviving Winter Fund awards £17,000 to support individuals in need

The Surviving Winter Campaign has awarded more than £17,000 this winter to 19 community groups working with people in need across Cornwall. Wild Young Parents Project have used £1,000 funding to benefit 19 young women with essential funding towards warm clothing, slow cookers, fuel, duvets and pillow.

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CCF Spring Lunch at St Moritz Hotel

Tickets are available for our first fabulous charity lunch of 2019, kindly hosted by the St Moritz Hotel on Tuesday 21st May.

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Cornwall Club supports Cornish communities at London St Piran’s Day reception

The Cornwall Club welcomed 160 guests to a drinks reception at Trinity House, London on March 5th 2019 to celebrate St Piran’s Day and support Cornish communities.

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Budock Vean joins CCF Business Club and launches a guest donation programme

We are delighted to welcome Budock Vean as members of the CCF Business Club. In addition to their annual contribution to the Business Club, the hotel invites their guests donate a voluntary £1.00 on their bills on behalf of the CCF – although in very many cases they’re opting to donate much more than that.

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House Party at Watergate Bay raises £23,000 for local communities

The House Party at Watergate Bay Hotel on 19 January was a huge success. The black tie event was generously hosted by Will and Pix Ashworth of Watergate Bay Hotel and raised more than £23,000 for CCF. Emma Mantle, Trustee of the CCF and Chair of the CCF Events Committee who organised the event, thanks the many people whose generosity made the evening possible.

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Young Carers’ Awareness Day – a reminder of the vital role played by Cornwall’s young carers

An army of 3,900 young people in Cornwall care for family members. Young Carers Awareness Day is designed to increase the profile of the vital role they play. The Duke of Cornwall's Benevolent Fund supports activities for young carers such as respite care, accommodation, learning breaks, hobbies or equipment. Important help to a group of young people in need of more recognition.

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Howton Solar Farm Community Fund welcomes applications for grants

In 2018, the Howton Solar Fund awarded more than £39,000 to support 12 projects. Click read for more about some of the projects supported: Tamar Canoe Association, the Core Youth project, St Dominick PCC and the Saltash Great War 100 year commemoration. The deadline for applications for the next round of funding is 19 March.

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Surviving Winter fund awards grants to help people face the challenges of winter

Thanks to the generosity of our Friends and donors grants amounting to £13,000 have already been processed and awarded to community groups who are working to support people in severe need due to winter conditions. Read who and how the grants have helped.

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What a year! We awarded a record £743,000 to 485 community groups in 2018

The Foundation has awarded £743,000 in grants, an increase of 30% on the previous year. This was only possible thanks to funding from 63 funding programmes managed by CCF on behalf of our generous donors. From youth projects and sports clubs to food banks and village halls, we have supported communities where they need it the most.

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CCF Business Club member visits St Keverne community groups to present £6,000

CCF Business Club has awarded two grants totalling £6,000 to St Keverne Methodist Church for community projects. James Sculthorp-Wright and Jayne Robinson of Atkins Ferrie Wealth Management (AFWM) visited the project on behalf of the Business Club to present the cheque and see the Little Blessings parent and toddler group in action.

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The Emily Bolitho Fund – how small grants make a big difference

The Emily Bolitho Fund supports the wellbeing of individuals faced with hardship through poor health or low income who live within the old borough of Penzance. Read how the Fund made such a difference to a mum on a low income taking her son for a hospital appointment in London.

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Godolphin Cross Community Association boosted by CCF support.

Godolphin Cross Community Association, funded by CCF, is a shining example of how local people working together can achieve great things in a short space of time with carefully targeted help from organisations like the Foundation.

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Great Western Railway and CCF invite grant applications to support children with mental health challenges.

Supported by GWR, the Mental Health Fund is open to Cornwall based community groups, charities and social enterprises. The purpose of the fund is to help children and young people, aged between 5-25 years, to suppress the onset of loneliness, isolation, anxiety and ultimately depression.

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Surviving Winter Appeal invites applications from community groups

Thanks to our donor's’ generosity, we have received more than £16,000 in the first month of our Surviving Winter Appeal. As a result we are now awarding grants and inviting applications from organisations helping vulnerable people stay warm. For more details and how to donate if you would like to

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Lostwithiel Giant awarded funding from The Jack Moon and Lors Trust Fund

Lostwithiel has a long-standing tradition of giant making which has declined in recent years. A grant award of £500 from The Jack Moon and Lors Fund, a fund that supports community projects in Lostwithiel, has enabled a group of local volunteers, the Lostiwthiel Giantmakers, to come together to revitalise the Giant.

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Business Club presents cheque to Cornwall Life Recycle

CCF Business Club member, Barry Wilkinson of Office and Interior Smart, visited the Cornwall Life Recycle project, based in Camborne, to present a cheque for £1,500 to support the project’s work. Cornwall Life Recycle works to improve the lives of those who are disadvantaged by helping them learn new skills, build confidence and to work as a team.

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First community grants awarded by United Downs Community Benefit Fund

As part of its engagement with local communities, the United Downs Community Benefit Fund has awarded £10,950 grants to two local projects. The Fund is open to applications for communty projects in the parishes of Carharrick, Gwennap, Lanner and St Day.

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125 community groups attend CCF drop in advice centres

Drop in sessions have been held by our Grants Team in Bude, Bodmin, Camborne, Falmouth, Liskeard, Penzance, St Austell, St Ives and Wadebridge. Highlighting both the depth of need and the number of groups seeking support, 125 groups visited the sessions.

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Wesley Online Centre opens for jobseekers and Universal Credit applicants

CCF has supported the new Wesley Online Centre in Liskeard with £935 to puchase 12 computer monitors. The Online Centre helps people without access to a computer or the necessary IT skills to apply for jobs and apply for Universal credit.

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Business Club Grant Panel awards £17,500 to Cornish communities

The CCF Business Club, the business arm of the Cornwall Community Foundation, has invested £17,500 into community projects across Cornwall. The second round of grant awarding this year benefited 8 groups who received awards ranging from £1,300 to £3,000.

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Surviving Winter – people in Cornwall need your help

We are appealing to anyone who receives the Winter Fuel Payment but does not need some or all of it, or who would like to give, to donate to the Surviving Winter campaign. Winter is a very challenging time for many people. The campaign raises funds to help elderly and vulnerable residents across the county who are suffering throughout the winter due to high energy prices, lack of access to hot food and energy efficiency issues.

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Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm establishes fund for young Cornish entrepreneurs

The Directors of Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm have set up a new fund with a donation of £50,000 to help budding young Cornish entrepreneurs develop their business ideas. The Fund will enable young people to change their lives through creative entrepreneurship.

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Cornwall Glass Tea Party celebrates £400 grants to 48 Cornish community groups.

Many of the 48 community groups awarded £400 in 2018 by the Cornwall Glass Fund to mark the comapny's 40 years in business attended a Celebration Tea Party in Truro.

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CCF Business Club members present cheque to Mylor Pre-school

Roger Graffy of Mylor Yacht Harbour and Lee Williams and Emily Felton of Colas Ltd, members of the CCF Business Club visited Mylor Pre-school to present a cheque for £2,500. The grant enabled the group to fit new windows to the Schoolroom.

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CCF announces drop-in grant advice sessions in Camborne, St Ives, Wadebridge and Launceston

An adviser from our Grants Team will be available in Camborne, St Ives and Wadebridge in November. If you are a not for profit organisation or charity, based in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly, and need a grant, then drop in to learn more about the grants available and how to apply.

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Cornwall Glass Fund awards grants to 48 community groups

47 Cornish community groups have benefited in 2018 from grants from the Cornwall Glass Fund. To mark 40 years in business, the Company decided to make awards to more than 40 groups this year.

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CCF given new role managing transferred trusts to support local communities

CCF along with other community foundations, the Charity Commission and the Government are engaging in a trust transfer initiative which aims to raise up to £20 million from inactive existing trusts. The transfers will provide a huge boost to local charities by distributing funds from inactive trusts to good causes. The Foundation has already transferred close to £2million of such trusts.

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Tickets available for CCF Charity Lunch at the Merchants Manor, Falmouth

Enjoy a fabulous Charity Lunch at the Merchants Manor, Falmouth on 18th October. A stunning lunch of outstanding and intriguing dishes prepared with the finest local ingredients. And, alongside the exceptional dining experience, enjoy the company of others equally passionate about supporting the communities that make Cornwall such a special place.

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Donate to Cornwall’s Mental Health Fund and double your money

Cornwall’s Mental Health Match Fund Challenge for Children and Young People means you can double with every £10 you donate. NHS Statistics show that over half of all mental all health starts before the age of 14 years old, and 75% before 18. Help us make a difference in Cornwall, forever.

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CCF Business Club member presents cheque to Rame Head Coastwatch

Sarah Trivett, Liskeard Branch Manager of Millerson, representing the CCF Business Club, visited National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) Rame Head to present a cheque for £1,000 towards the cost of a new radar.

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Members attend CCF Business Club breakfast

Twenty four businesses attended the quarterly CCF Business Club Breakfast on 14 September at the Plume of Feathers, Mitchell. Chaired by The Hon Evelyn Boscawen, members shared their own business experiences and enjoyed an engaging presentation from Simone Kennett of Roseland Peninsula Patients Group (RPPG).

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CCF announces funding from the United Downs Geothermal Community Fund

Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) has secured funding to drill two deep geothermal wells from its site within the United Downs Industrial Estate. As part of its engagement with local communities, the company has set up a Community Fund to support projects in four local parishes. The Fund will be managed by CCF and is now open for applications.

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CCF supports Cornwall’s first Fuel Bank

CCF has awarded £2,000 to help establish Cornwall’s very first Fuel Bank. The Fuel Bank initiative is a project to help people who are most in need by giving them funds to pay for gas and electricity, alongside emergency food. Based at transformation CPR, the Fuel Bank will support nearly 1,000 families during winter.

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Cornwall Community Foundation and UKCF launch Tampon Tax Community Fund

Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) is working in partnership with UK Community Foundations to deliver the Tampon Tax Community Fund in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Funding of £5,000 to £10,000 is available for community groups and charities who deliver projects that support women and girls to build skills and confidence, improve their health and wellbeing, and build social networks.

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Juicy fundraising for CCF by C100 member Healeys

C100 member Healeys are giving locals the chance to turn their surplus apples into juice or cyder and learn more about the process. The mill and press are free to use (over 16s) with a donation to CCF.

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The Trewithen Fund opens to help Cornish youngsters to achieve their full potential

The newly established Trewithen Fund, managed by the Foundation offers support to community projects who provide help to young people, often disaffected or disengaged, who are not achieving their full potential.

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Royal Reception to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Cornwall Community Foundation

A special reception to mark the 15th anniversary of CCF was held at the Duchy of Cornwall Nurseries and attended by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, who is Patron of the Foundation. Welcomed by Jane Hartley DL, Chairman of CCF, The Duchess met donors, trustees and staff, together with six community groups who have received grants from the Foundation in the last year.

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£3,500 raised for the Foundation at the Royal Cornwall Show

The Royal Cornwall Show was a resounding success for CCF, raising £3,500 thanks to the generosity and support of Tregothnan. Trustees, staff and volunteers enjoyed the sunshine, welcoming Friends, Business Club members and people new to us at the Tregothnan Stand.

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Cornwall C100 Business Club member presents cheque to Bright Sparks

Cornwall C100 Business Club member, Pamela Idelson of Trebarfoot Manor, visited Bright Sparks Music and Drama Club, based in Week St Mary, to present a cheque for £2000 to enable the club to purchase a new portable stage system.

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London celebrates Cornwall Community Foundation’s 15 years at Trinity House

We welcomed more than 175 guests to Trinity House, London, on May 15th to celebrate the Foundation’s 15th anniversary with the Cornwall Club. The Cornwall Club is an opportunity for people who have an affinity with Cornwall, but who live or work elsewhere, to support communities in need in the county.

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Constantine Bay’s Iron Man raises £8078 for Cornwall Community Foundation.

Chris Keeble, Director of Constantine Bay Stores, completed the gruelling Staffordshire 70.3 Ironman Triathlon for the CCF North Cornwall Fund. This newly established Fund will support community projects that stengthen communities specifically in the north of the county.

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Liza Pulman Sings Streisand in aid of CCF

Enjoy a magical evening of music, laughter and storytelling celebrating Barbara Streisand in a big top overlooking the water at Mylor on Sunday 27 May at 7.30pm. A fabulous evening of entertainment raising money for CCF to help strengthen Cornish communities.

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C100 Club Member The Headland Hotel raises more funds for CCF

The Headland Hotel is targeting its future charitable activities toward supporting local communities, through fund-raising for Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF). In addition to being C100 Business Club members, guests are invited to make an optional £1 donation at check out.

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Second Home Owners’ Scheme supports homes for locals

The Second Home Owners' Scheme has recently awarded £9000 to Cornwall Community Land Trust (CCLT) to deliver affordable homes, mainly for sale and some for rent, tailored to the needs of local communities.

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2017/18 Surviving Winter Appeal supports 18 projects with grants totalling £19,000

The generosity of CCF’s Friends and supporters this winter enabled CCF to make essential grants community groups who are on the front-line of supporting those most at risk from the effects of winter. Read more about how your generous donations were used.

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C100 Business Club awards £19,500 to community projects

At its recent Grant Panel meeting, the Cornwall C100 Club awarded £19,500 to ten community projects across Cornwall. Projects supported included Cornwall Life Recycle in Camborne who enable vulnerable young people to learn new skills refurbishing old cycles.

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Cornwall Glass to grant £400 to 40 community groups

The Cornwall Glass Fund was established in 2009, managed by the Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) to provide funding for community groups. To mark the milestone of 40 years in business the Cornwall Glass Fund is awarding 40 grants of £400 to community groups throughout Cornwall.

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CCF celebrates with our Friends and Business Supporters

Our annual Friends and C100 Business Club Drinks Party was held on 7 February at St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre. We are very grateful to our Friends and C100 members for their ongoing support and the annual party gives an opportunity to celebrate this success story.

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Thanks a billion!

Community Foundations across the UK are proud to announce that collectively we have distributed ONE BILLION POUNDS to local charities. In the last year alone Foundations across the UK distributed £77million in grants and 4.7million people were impacted by that investment. In Cornwall, CCF has invested more than £7.5million in local communities since 2003.

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The Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund supports access to computers for Universal Credit claimants

The Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund has invested in the installation of a number of computers for the Wadebridge & Bodmin Foodbanks, providing safe and secure internet access for their clients.

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Goonhilly Wind Farm Community Fund supports local community projects

At the recent Goonhilly Wind Farm Community Fund meeting, more than £22,000 was awarded to nine projects supporting the communities local to the wind farm. Projects supported included Coverack Gig Club towards a second pilot gig enabling the club to widen participation.

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International success for young athlete supported by Lord Lieutenants Fund For Youth

The Lord Lieutenant’s Fund for Youth, which is administered on behalf of its trustees by CCF, supports gifted under-23s in Cornwall so they are better equipped to reach their potential. See how one young Cornish athlete supported by the Fund has recently achieved international success.

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First Comic Relief Core Strength grants awarded in Cornwall

Comic Relief and UK Community Foundations are delivering £2 million investment into supporting small community led organisations across the UK. Cornwall Community Foundation are administering the grants in Cornwall and the Grants Panel have made the first awards amounting to £13,887.

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The Foundation announces new Chair of Trustees

The Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Jane Hartley DL as our new Chair of Trustees. Jane has been a Trustee since April 2009 and Vice Chair from 2014. She has been working closely with outgoing Chairman, The Hon Evelyn Boscawen who continues as a Trustee of the Foundation.

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C100 Club members hear how their contribution helps change lives

CCF’s C100 Business Club held its first quarterly Breakfast meeting for members and invited guests in Truro last week. The meeting included a presentation by Annette Rule and Mike Morgan-Osbourn of Cornwall Life Recycles explaining how their their project, repairing and servicing bicycles, improves the lives of disadvantaged young people.

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£50,000 Youth Social Action funding awarded to Cornish youth projects

Youth Social Action, administered in Cornwall by CCF, awarded more than £50,000 in the first funding round to Cornish youth projects. Projects awarded grants included 4Elementz, a community project using music and media to inspire positive life change in young people at risk of offending.

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CCF Friends and supporters visit projects in South East Cornwall

On a rain-soaked October evening, Friends, fund-holders and supporters of CCF visited Landulph Memorial Hall to see local projects that have been recipients of grant funds managed by the Foundation. Afterwards guests met at Pentillie Castle, courtesy of Ted and Sarah Coryton, to learn about the Work Skills South West and Battling On projects.

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Coverack update – fund raising and grants awarded

Ferocious flash floods swept through Coverack village and surrounding valleys in July. To support local residents, the Foundation partnered with Cornwall Live to raise funds and award grants for affected residents.

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Tamas Haydu thanks HRH The Duchess of Cornwall for her continuing support as Patron

HRH The Duchess of Cornwall attended a special reception at Clarence House on 13th July to mark The Duchess's 70th Birthday, alongside supporters and representatives from the charities Her Royal Highness supports. The Duchess of Cornwall is the Patron of the Cornwall Community Foundation. Tamas Haydu, Chief Executive, represented the CCF and thanked Her Royal Highness for her continuing support.

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Grants Manager Kirsty enjoys tea at the Palace

Grants Manager, Kirsty Philpott attends a Royal Garden Party to celebrate HRH The Duchess of Cornwall's 70th birthday. The Duchess is Patron of Cornwall Community Foundation.

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Local community groups awarded funding from Goonhilly Wind Farm Community Fund

Since the beginning of 2012, the Goonhilly Community Fund has invested more than £200,000. At the Fund's recent Grant Panel meeting, a further £9500 was approved to support the work of local organisations.

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CCF appoints new Chief Executive

We will say farewell but not goodbye to Oliver Baines OBE at the end of March. Oliver will be stepping down to retire (yes, we don’t believe it either!) from the position of CEO. Tamas Haydu has been appointed by the Board of Trustees as the new CEO of Cornwall Community Foundation.

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High Sheriff completes ultra-triathlon across Cornwall

Jane Hartley, High Sheriff of Cornwall, cycled 90 miles, swam 1.5 miles and ran 5.5 miles from Torpoint to Land’s End to raise money for her new fund. Jane completed her ultra-triathlon in just 12 hours.

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The CCF celebrates its Friends and business supporters

Our annual Friends’ and Cornwall 100 Club Party, hosted by Jane Hartley, the High Sheriff of Cornwall, was a fantastic evening on the 9th of September. We are very grateful to our Friends and C100 members for their ongoing support and the annual party gives an opportunity to celebrate this success story.

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High Sheriff Of Cornwall Active Eight Challenge

Jane Hartley, High Sheriff of Cornwall, has launched a fund introducing sport and outdoor activity to young people with mental health issues. Jane has taken on a challenge to attempt eight sports she has never tried before to raise funds during her shrieval year as well as cycling 90 miles, swimming 1.5 miles and running 5.5 miles all across Cornwall.

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CCF & FEAST support art projects across Cornwall

The CCF supported several projects all across Cornwall in partnership with FEAST in June.

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Successful The Reason Why event in Camborne and Tregullow

30 supporters of CCF attended the annual The Reason Why event in Camborne. The group first visited Transformation CPR and then continued with a presentation by the Camborne and Redruth Live at Home Scheme at Tregullow, kindly hosted by James and Sarah Williams.

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Mylor Sailability receives support from the C100

Mylor Sailability received £1,500 from the business club of the CCF towards a Hawk 20 keelboat for people with disabilities. Sailing freely at beautiful Carrick Roads is an uplifting and brilliant escape from the frustrations that disabled people can face on land.

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The Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund helps over 40 young careers

The Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund has given the opportunity to over 40 young carers to be young people and enjoy themselves free from their caring role and responsibilities.

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Wellbeing & Prevention Programme invested £50,000 in care and support projects

As the Wellbeing & Prevention Programme draws to an end we would like to reflect and thank the local community groups who enhanced the quality of life for people with care and support needs through developing a range of activities and events.

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Community project in Gorran Haven receives support from the C100

St Goran Church Community Project has received £3,000 from Cornwall Community Foundation’s business club to help fund fittings and equipment in the new community kitchen of the church.

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The CCF celebrates its Friends and Business Club

The CCF's annual Friends’ and Cornwall 100 Club Party at C100 member Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm was a fantastic evening. The Friends of the CCF supported the Crisis Fund in 2015 and the Cornwall 100 Club, the business arm of the CCF, invested a total of £41,808 this year in 17 community groups.

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Royal Reception for the recipients of the Duke of Cornwall Benevolent Fund in Cornwall

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall met Trustees, staff, supporters and beneficiaries of the Cornwall Community Foundation during their annual summer visit to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

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Emergency Storm Fund raised over £183,000

The CCF is very grateful for the generosity of those who donated to the Emergency Storm Relief. The CCF raised £183,000 during the appeal and has to date distributed over £135,000 to individuals and community groups who were severely affected in Cornwall by the winter storms.

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Your idea could be turned into a reality with Crowdfunder.co.uk and the CCF

Have you got an idea that will benefit the community but no way of funding it? Why not crowdfund it. In a special partnership with Crowdfunder the Cornwall Community Foundation is offering up to £50,000 worth of match funding to Crowdfunder projects.

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