Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside is a professional and ambitious organisation with effective philanthropy and community at its heart.

Supporting you to support your community, the Foundations offer a wealth of experience, knowledge, expertise and advice to ensure that your giving – whether that is time, money or skill-sharing – has the greatest impact.

Importantly, the projects that CFLM supports are key to creating a stronger, more resilient and vibrant community with long-term benefits to local people. Working together is a vital means to achieving our definition of success.

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Flood Appeal Awards Quarter of a Million

Community Foundation for Lancashire’s Flood Recovery Appeal has raised over £580,000 since it was launched over 7 weeks ago.

This week the total amount of charitable grants distributed from the Flood Appeal reached £260,000, benefiting 2681individuals across the county.

The Community Foundation continues to help individuals and community groups during phase one of the Flood Appeal, supporting with the costs of clean up activities, emergency repairs and vulnerable people & households in hardship.

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The BIBAs 2016 are Back!

January 2016

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Walmart Foundation donates £175,000 to UK Winter Flood Recovery Appeal

15 February 2016

UK Community Foundations (UKCF) today welcomed Walmart Foundation’s grant of £175,000 towards its UK Winter Flood Recovery Appeal. Walmart Foundation is the charitable arm of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., parent company of Asda. The Asda and Walmart Foundations have put forward more than £675,000 to help flood recovery efforts.

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Philanthropy is an ever rising force in many economies and its value cannot be underestimated. The Philanthropy Fellowship North West is about bringing like minded people together to support charitable and social causes across the region

Norman Tenray, Managing Director, Obas UK

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