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Catch up with our latest news

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.
High Sheriff Awards celebrate charitable projects across Hertfordshire
Liz Green, the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, publicly recognised and rewarded ten Hertfordshire voluntary organisations at the 2024 High Sheriff Awards ceremony held on Tuesday, 26 March 2024. The annual Awards, now in their 29th year, celebrate the excellent work undertaken by charitable groups and individuals who have made a significant contribution to Hertfordshire’s communities.
Affinity Water supports The Red Shed Garden Project
Hertfordshire Community Foundation is delighted to announce the recent grant funding allocation to The Red Shed Garden Project, a charity dedicated to supporting individuals living with dementia in Hertfordshire. This funding, made possible through our partnership with Affinity Water and facilitated by our grant-making efforts, highlights our joint commitment to addressing local needs and promoting social well-being.
Complete the HCF Environmental Sustainability Survey
Ensuring a resilient future for Hertfordshire charities in the face of climate changeIn light of the disproportionate impact of climate change on vulnerable communities, it is crucial for charities to build resilience for an uncertain future. At Hertfordshire Community Foundation, we're planning a comprehensive support programme to empower local charities to improve their sustainability.