A vital network in Leeds: our 100 Club members

Oct 30, 2017


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For businesses or individuals considering what they can do to give back to local communities around them, our 100 Club patronage network is an easy and effective way to make a difference in Leeds.

With the end of the year fast approaching, we wanted to share some of the highlights from the 100 Club this year and some of the reasons you should join:


A string of innovative 100 Club events, with many more coming up

This year, we’ve been lucky enough to have our 100 Club events hosted by some fantastic venues. Members have had an exclusive first look at Bruntwood’s newly refurbished Platform offices at our Impact Report launch, enjoyed Quod’s rooftop garden at our Summer Drinks, and are looking forward to our Christmas celebration event at South Bank based brewery, Northern Monk.

Our 100 Club events offer the chance to meet like-minded philanthropic individuals and businesses, for us to update you on our work in the city and for you to meet some of the fantastic community groups we support.


Views from our 100 Club event at Bruntwood’s new Platform offices


A growing list of influential members

Our 100 Club members provide valuable investment to support the work of the Foundation, enabling us to work with local communities through supporting groups, providing advice and developing our local knowledge.

This year, we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming a number of new members to the 100 Club network, including:

SkyBet, DLA Piper, Trinity LeedsWheatley’s Facilities Management, Tilney and Armstrong Watson

Take a look at our full list of members here.


Our 100 Club Summer Drinks event at Quod’s rooftop garden


Every membership is fundamental to ensuring we are able to continue our vital work

The support and contribution from the philanthropic individuals and businesses in our 100 Club enables us to: share our philanthropy expertise through advising our stakeholders on the best way to give; act as community leaders by representing the third sector across the city; and build capacity by not only giving out grants, but also advising and supporting the community groups we work with.


If you are interested in joining the 100 Club, we would love to come and tell you more – please call us on 0113 242-2426, email rachel@leedscf.org.uk or complete the 100 Club registration form.



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