A grant from the Heritage Foundation enabled Woof n Wag to provide free, one-to-one support to 15 local dog owners who were struggling during lockdown.
For many years Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation has awarded a grant to First Garden Cities Homes (FGCH) to support its clubs for local people with low to moderate dementia and/or who are socially isolated.
A Letchworth social enterprise, Woof n Wag, set up to provide dog training in the local area, has received a £10,000 grant to improve its facilities for the community.
Angels Support Group, a local charity supporting families with children and young people with ADHD and Autism, is working in partnership with Nessie (North Herts Emotional Support in Schools) will be launching a program for Letchworth families.
Our Digital Communications Manager, David Callan, spent a day helping a Heritage Foundation grant recipient, the Best Before Cafe, sort and share donated food that was destined for landfill.
Find out more about how a grant helped a community garden spring in to life.
We speak to Grange resident and Olympic 2024 hopeful Leona Lee about her successes on the badminton court.
A new update from Immy, a Be The Best grant recipient, as she continues to throw herself into life in Berlin.
We've a fresh update from Immy, a Be The Best grant recipient, as she continues to explore and immerse herself into Berlin life.
Be The Best grant recipient, Immy Blackburn-Horgan, blogs about her adventures while on a placement in Berlin.
We recently awarded Up on Downs £300 to help fund their Christmas Party.
We recently awarded talented roller hockey player Luca Oakely (12) a grant to enable him to travel and compete in the Euroockey Competition in Spain.