We work together with partners to create positive change with the communities that need it most, by investing funding and expertise to build a better future now.
By investing in The 100 Club, supporters enable the Foundation to become increasingly resilient, boosting its grant making role.
Take a look at our open and upcoming grants programmes to get a sense of the types of grant you can apply for.
Our GiveBradford campaign helps businesses and individuals give back to the place in which they live and work.
What we do.Leeds Community Foundation supports thousands of charities and voluntary groups across the city, addressing inequalities and working together to help create opportunities for those that need help the most.
We invest in these groups by distributing grants and sharing advice – acting as a catalyst for positive change. Leeds Community Foundation relies on the generosity of individuals, businesses and public sector organisations to help local people to gain the support they need now, while investing in a brighter future for all.
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“Flourishing Families started their first cookery club in our school. Since then our partnership has gone from strength to strength and mentoring groups for children, creators’ clubs and a literacy club for families have all been developed.”read more
“The Art Ambassadors scheme has not only inspired individual young people, but schools have independently taken the model on.”read more
The purpose of social prescribing is to connect people who face challenges such as isolation, mental ill-health or need some support to get more active, with practical activities in their community which might help them.read more