5 ways to tackle inequality at a grassroots level - UKCF's Kate Stewart features in recent Guardian articleRead it here
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25 July 2014
In 2007, Incredible Edible Todmorden founder Pam Warhurst approached the Community Foundation for Calderdale with an inventive project for the upper Calder Valley.
Norfolk Community Foundation has funded an innovative local dementia project which is gaining momentum in the local area and is now on its way to national adoption.
15 July 2014
People who give to charity should treat their donations in the same way as any savings or investment portfolio, says UKCF's Kate Stewart as she speaks to Lucinda Beeman at Your Money magazine