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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 CFLM 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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Philanthropy Takes Centre Stage

In December 2015, a Community Foundation for Merseyside event at Liverpool’s Unity Theatre, with special guest speaker Cherie Blair, brought together community leaders, local businesses and philanthropists in a bid to raise awareness of the key issues affecting young people in Merseyside.

The Community Foundation, which coordinates The Philanthropy Fellowship, and its patron, Cherie Blair, welcomed guests to the theatre to see three originally-produced performances by local youth theatre groups.

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The Art of Philanthropy

15 December 2015

In December, the Community Foundation’s Philanthropy Fellowship hosted an event at the Unity Theatre with special guest and patron Cherie Blair.

The Community Foundation, which coordinates The Philanthropy Fellowship, and its patron, Cherie Blair, welcomed guests to the theatre to see three originally-produced performances by local youth theatre groups.

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Catalyst Performing Arts uses Police Property Act funding to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking.

19 November 2015

Catalyst delivers a variety of arts-based workshops to young people aged between 12 and 24 years from socially disadvantaged backgrounds who are often low achievers at school. The project aims to introduce young people to drama, dance and other arts skills in order to discover their own creative potential.

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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

Why should you give via your local community foundation...? Find out here: https://t.co/yCoZIH0xcf #Philanthropy #Merseyside

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