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MAKE A DIFFERENCE

We are committed to understanding and addressing the needs and challenges in the county through research and analysis.

Hertfordshire Matters report is a comprehensive analysis of the need existing in our county.
Our case studies showcase some of the grants we have given and their impact in the local community.

Hertfordshire Matters: Take a look at our needs analysis research which measures the health and vitality of the county and identifies significant trends and issues that are affecting our communities. It helps inform our grant-making.

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Borehamwood Foodbank case study

1 in 5 parents of school children will skip meals in order to make sure there is enough food for their children to eat* - a grant of £1000 helped a local foodbank provide 400 meals to families in need last summer
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The Living Room case study

Supporting those affected by domestic abuse - a grant of £4,964 from the PCC Action Fund will help a local charity provide weekly therapy sessions and raise awareness of the issues
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Herts Young Homeless case study

Stalling the rise in homelessness - a grant of £10,000 helps local charity provide a safe, clean and supportive ‘breathing space’ for 18 to 24 year olds to stay overnight in times of crisis
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Children's Fund case study

During 2016/2017 Herts Community Foundation provided over 70 small grants across the county, distributing over £15,000 to families in need. Read how we helped Alex and her family.
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Catch up with our latest news

Community Foundations Included in Government's New Civil Society Strategy
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has launched a new Civil Society Strategy which aims to build stronger communities by bringing together businesses, charities and the public sector. .
Addiction charity receives financial boost
A £4,998. 50 grant made to The Living Room will help provide treatment for adults in Hertfordshire fighting the illness of addiction.
Love Herts paves the way for healthier futures
The Stevenage Sporting Futures Team have been awarded £4,680 through our Love Herts appeal to support the delivery of their GO 2 project, a programme for 6-7 year olds aiming to change the eating habits of participating children and their families.
30th Anniversary Garden Party
Thank you to all who joined us on Thursday 28th June, especially to Kate and Henry Holland-Hibbert for so generously hosting the event.