The Clare Foundation’s Christmas Grants

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The Clare Foundation Christmas Grants

This holiday is all about giving back. The Clare Foundation are thrilled to have been able to provide Christmas grants to support the most vulnerable in the Buckinghamshire community this Christmas.

The Ivers Hive £1,000 Christmas grants

The Clare Foundation awarded a £1000 grant to the Ivers Hive to support their gift appeal. The grant has enabled them to purchase gifts for 150 children who might not otherwise receive much this Christmas.

A message from The Ivers Hive – “Each of the 150 children has a new toy, a book, pyjamas and some chocolate. It is so warming and special to see all the parcels ready to go. We wouldn’t have been able to make this happen and make these families smile without so many people and organisations.”

Christmas grants

Wycombe Homeless Connection and Aylesbury Homeless Action Group receive £3,000 grant

The Clare Foundation also awarded a £3000 Christmas grant to both Wycombe Homeless Connection and the Aylesbury Homeless Action Group to ensure that no one sleeps rough in Bucks this Christmas time.

Our Head of Charity Operations, Helen Mee recently interviewed James Boultbee their CEO, to discuss more about how the funding was used.

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