The Heritage Foundation awarded Stevenage & North Herts Talking News, the only talking news group in the area, team a £610 COVID Catalyst Grant to help expand their work.
The Heritage Foundation awarded the Create teams a £4,555 COVID Catalyst Grant to set up and deliver Nature 4 Wellbeing together. The programme helps people rediscover the wealth of green space available in the world’s first garden city.
The Foundation has funded local community organisations Create Seven and Create Community to provide a wellbeing programme with a focus on nature.
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.