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Other ways to help

Giving doesn't always have to be a financial contribution.

What better way to show you truly care about the needs of the people of Hertfordshire than by giving your time or helping to fundraise?
Here are some of the others ways you can help support the work we do in Hertfordshire.

Run the London Marathon

If you think you are up to the challenge and would like to raise funds for the community of Hertfordshire, we would love to hear from you.

Each year, the Foundation is lucky to have a number of Charity Golden Bond places for one of the most famous Marathons in the world – the iconic London Marathon, held in April of each year.

Register your interest in applying for a place by contacting Sarah Tisdall, Office Manager.

We usually get confirmation of our places in late September/early October and ask all runners to commit to raising c. £1500 as a minimum personal target.


Become a volunteer

Your unique skills and expertise could be just what we need to help more people

The Foundation recognises the benefits that volunteers can bring to the organisation. We have a small team of volunteers who provide support to our grant making and general administration activities.

If you would like to find out more about volunteering opportunities, please contact Sarah Tisdall, Office Manager.

Work placements:

Looking for a work experience opportunity?

We also welcome enquiries from school and university students looking for practical experience of working in a charity environment.

Catch up with our latest news

Surplus food bringing communities together
A £5,000 grant is helping Gratitude to combine surplus food, volunteers and the community to create weekly cooking clubs. Feeding not only people but encouraging healthy eating habits and social interaction.
Chair based exercise boosts independence and well-being
A £5,000 grant is helping an established and well attended chair based exercise group to provide a weekly class for a further 12 months.
Empowering children with Down Syndrome and their families
DS Achieve received a £5,000 grant towards the running costs of their 'Little Achievers' group which provides pre-school children with Down Syndrome and their parents / carers with targeted educational support to help the children achieve their full potential.
Swimming lessons for children with disabilities
A £5,000 grant is helping Level Water to provide free, specialist one to one swimming lesions for disabled children across Broxbourne.