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May Match Fund Challenge!

Apr 20, 2012 Comments Off on May Match Fund Challenge!

Groups registered through LCF on Localgiving.com will be eligible for up to £1,000 of matched funding starting on May 14th. Leeds Community Foundation has committed £17,500 to the May Match Funding Challenge.   FREE TRAINING: FUNDRAISING ON Localgiving.com and 1:1 SUPPORT FOR ADDING YOUR GROUP TO Localgiving.com >> Read More . . .   Free Events […]

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Your voice counts!

Apr 12, 2012 Comments Off on Your voice counts!

Concerned about the 2012 budget limits for charitable donations? The Leeds Community Foundation recommends three things: (1) Write to your local MP, expressing your concern. (2) Write directly to David Cameron and George Osborne. (3) Sign up to a campaign called “Give it back George” at (www.giveitbackgeorge.org). >> Read more . . . LOCAL CHARITIES […]

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DragonBoat Race Waiting List Opened

Mar 25, 2012 Comments Off on DragonBoat Race Waiting List Opened

Have you signed up your team yet?  Requests to sign up teams for June 30 have been fantastic – in fact, we’ve had to open up a waiting list! If you’d like to get in on Dragon Boat 2012 – call Amanda at 0113-242-2426.

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£100,000 raised across West Yorkshire in 24 hours!

Mar 04, 2012 Comments Off on £100,000 raised across West Yorkshire in 24 hours!

Thank you! With your help, 97 charities who are ‘live’ on Localgiving.com raised over £47,000 during the March Match Fund on March 1st. That £47,000, along with the  £47,000 in matched funding and Gift Aid contributions, makes a brilliant total of over £100,000, which all goes to support community activities and projects in West Yorkshire. […]

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Helping Hands: Warm Hearts

Feb 28, 2012 Comments Off on Helping Hands: Warm Hearts

Every single pound donated to the Surviving Winter Appeal is reaching someone facing fuel poverty this winter. It gets there through small local charitable organisations working with older and vulnerable people and ensures the people most in need of help are helped.

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