WCF has just given out a further £36,000 of National Emergencies Trust funding to support organisations tackling the ongoing effects of Covid-related challenges in their communities. This funding has reached a range of groups all over the County with grants of up to £5,000.

Funding has been awarded to the following groups: Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust; HF Trust; Headway Worcestershire; KEMP Hospice; Like U; Link Nurseries Well Bean Gardening Club; Maggs Day Centre; New College Worcester; Sandycroft; SKY Autism Support; St Pauls Hostel; Worcester Community Trust; Yellow Scarf; Redditch Community Shed.

We look forward to hearing the stories of how this vital funding has impacted on these groups and communities and will be sharing these very soon.

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