The High Sheriff Fund

For the 2024/25 shrieval year, Worcestershire Community Foundation is delighted to be working with the new High Sheriff for Worcestershire Charles Moyle JP.

WCF hosts The High Sheriff Fund, which acts as a catalyst for all funding raised by each High Sheriff during their shrieval year; he/she then decides which local causes they wish to support.

Charles was brought up, educated, married and has worked in the county his whole life. He is proud to sit as a magistrate in Worcestershire and it is this lens that has led him to focus his year and fundraising activities around the theme of LIFE CHANCES.

LIFE CHANCES is primarily focused on young adults some of whom won’t have been strangers to the Youth Court system. They are some of the most vulnerable people in society suffering from numerous adverse childhood events.

Charles is creating a set of initiatives with partner organisations to help guide them away from a life in petty crime and, ultimately into the workplace where they can play their full part in society – and break the cycle! Inspiring young people to change their mindset and direction in life is the solution to an age-old problem – if you can fix the core cause then you can fix the problem.

Please support Worcestershire’s young adults to find a better path in life – it’s something most of us have been fortunate to take for granted, sadly many of us haven’t …

Charles will be organising a series of events during his shrieval year to invite generous local donors to help make young people’s lives better across the county.

To make a donation to the High Sheriff Fund to support disadvantaged young people in Worcestershire go to:

For more information on the current High Sheriff please go to:

High Sheriff of Worcestershire

New High Sheriff, Charles Moyle, at his Declaration ceremony with his family


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