Closing the attainment gap: the importance of reading

Closing the attainment gap: the importance of reading event

With Oxfordshire already facing a larger attainment gap at age 16 than the rest of England, what will the impact of lockdown be?
 
Age friendly banbury

Age Friendly Banbury helping you Connect!

Age Friendly Banbury partners are involved in a joint project to support local people to get connected and answer their technology questions.
 
Change of use secured for Oxfordshire Community Foundation

The Westgate Fund enables John Lewis to be a good neighbour to the Oxford community

The Westgate Fund was established in 2017 with a £125,000 donation from John Lewis, and is held and managed by Oxfordshire Community Foundation (OCF). Since then it has funded 18 different community initiatives across Oxford.
 
COEL help rally Cambridge business community to build a recreation room for the Phoenix Trust|Sponsors|Sponsors|Phoenix Trust

COEL help rally Cambridge business community to build a recreation room for the Phoenix Trust

The Phoenix Trust is no ordinary charity; nestled on the outskirts of Milton Country Park in Cambridge; it is both a bustling business and social enterprise. Forged with a mission to strengthen and empower the lives of people with learning disabilities or complex needs, the Phoenix Trust provides a meaningful experience of work together with the development of social and life skills to some of the most vulnerable in our society.
 
Left to right: Stuart Haigh and Claire Spence-Parsons

Whitley Stimpson restore funds for local charity

Despite the current socially distanced restrictions, accountants and business advisors Whitley Stimpson raised £1,100 for mental health charity Restore at its recent annual golfing day.
 
Oxfordshire Community Foundation

Charity appeals to public to plug £30k funding gap for local grassroots COVID response

In August, Oxfordshire Community Foundation (OCF) invited small charities and community groups to apply for up to £2,000 of grant funding to support grassroots responses to the pandemic. The scale of applications received shows that the immediate crisis is far from over, and that communities urgently need more financial support.
 
Emmaus Oxford

Can B4 members help Emmaus get homeless people online?

Emmaus Oxford are seeking support from generous local businessness.
 
Call for Oxford companies to prepare for cancer crisis

Call for Oxford companies to prepare for cancer crisis

Unipart, the leading manufacturing, logistics and consultancy group based in Cowley, is helping to support one of Oxford’s major cancer charities before another health crisis.
 
Oxfordshire Community Foundation

Long-term hope for homeless in Oxford in response to Covid-19

Two projects, supported by funds raised through Oxford Homeless Movement, are aiming to help homeless and vulnerably housed people transition successfully from emergency Covid-19 accommodation to an independent life in their own self-supported housing.
 
BIO2020 Official Charity Partner – SpecialEffect

BIO2020 Official Charity Partner – SpecialEffect

It is our huge pleasure to confirm that SpecialEffect will be BIO2020’s official charity partner.