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The Community Foundation for Merseyside is a professional and ambitious organisation with effective philanthropy and community at its heart.

Supporting you to support your community, the Foundations offer a wealth of experience, knowledge, expertise and advice to ensure that your giving – whether that is time, money or skill-sharing – has the greatest impact.
Importantly, the projects that CFM supports are key to creating a stronger, more resilient and vibrant community with long-term benefits to local people. Working together is a vital means to achieving our definition of success.

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Our response to community need

The Community Foundation for Merseyside recognises and understands the huge challenges faced by charities and community organisations during the cost of living crisis, and the individuals and families they support.

Government intervention to support households and charitable organisations with energy costs is welcomed, though immense pressure remains, particularly for those on low incomes, isolated older people, and people struggling with their mental health...

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New Chairman for Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside

The Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside is delighted to announce the appointment of David Wareing as Chairman.

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Community Foundation for Merseyside new appointment

The Community Foundation for Merseyside appointed Emma Peacock as their new Marketing and Communications Manager.

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For a number of years I have donated through my local community foundation in Merseyside to directly support those causes closest to my heart. We need more people and businesses to get involved with their local Community Foundation, such as the ones for Lancashire and Merseyside, to benefit from their experience and local knowledge to make sure any donation delivers the greatest benefit to our communities.

Sir Terry Leahy

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