Funding Local Causes

Events

Private Client Networking Lunch

Legal, financial and advisory professionals working with private clients with a connection to Hertfordshire are invited to a networking lunch.

Thursday, 19 September 2024
12.30 - 14.30pm
The Serge Hill Project, Featherbed Lane Abbots Langley WD5 0RZ

Philanthropy lunches

Inviting businesses, professional advisors and individuals who are interested in finding out more about local giving to grassroots organsiations in Hertfordshire to register your interest should you wish to attend one of HCF's future events.

Email marketing@hertscf.org.uk and we will be in touch to arrange a suitable date.

Catch up with our latest news

Building Effectiveness 2024: Open for applications!
The Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector in Hertfordshire can now apply towards the Building Effectiveness 2024 programme. This initiative is set to challenge and support VCSE sector leaders in identifying and addressing issues that hinder their organisations' growth and long-term sustainability.
Successful gathering for Private Client Advisors
Thank you to all our delegates, speakers and sponsor who joined us at our exclusive Private Client Networking event held on Friday 24 May at the very beautiful and newly opened Apple House at the Serge Hill Project..
Exclusive networking opportunity for legal, financial and advisory professionals in Hertfordshire
Legal, financial and advisory professionals working with private clients in Hertfordshire are invited to join Hertfordshire Community Foundation on Friday, 24 May 2024 for an exclusive Private Client Networking Lunch in collaboration with Longmores Solicitors. .
Spring Walk raises money for local charities
Over 40 enthusiastic participants gathered in the picturesque Hertfordshire countryside in Buntingford on a sunny morning on 18 April to raise funds and awareness for a good cause. The spring walk was organised by Hertfordshire Community Foundation’s (HCF) Ambassador Henrietta Buxton and graciously hosted by HCF Trustee James Hopkins and his wife Sarah.