The Community Foundation in Wales is raising the profile of the concept, practice, and impact of philanthropy across Wales. In November 2014 the Community Foundation in Wales published A Portrait of Philanthropy in Wales which provides an insight into philanthropy in Wales today.
A student focus group at Aberystwyth University exploring the role of philanthropy in education provided a fitting start to Philanthropy Week Wales 2014. The Vice Chancellor, April McMahon, attended alongside current students in receipt of Community Foundation in Wales bursaries, alumni fundrai [...]
The Community Foundation in Wales has launched Surviving Winter 2013 - a campaign which matches people who care with organisations supporting older people and families suffering from food and fuel poverty this winter.
Since first participating in this UK wide campaign in 2011, the [...]
The third Wales International Harp Festival, which takes place next year in Caernarfon (20-26 April 2014), was officially launched by Lord Mostyn. As part of the launch, at Mostyn Hall near Flint, a silver harp, presented in 1523 as a prize in the First Eisteddfod i [...]
Despite having one of the highest levels of unemployment in Wales there was a shortage of experienced community development workers in Blaenau Gwent, GAVO, the local County Voluntary Council, created the CATS project to address the skills gap between local people an [...]
24th September 2012
Liza Kellett, Chief Executive of the Community Foundation in Wales was pleased to be invited by Wales Business Insider magazine for a Round Table discussion of the Charitable Sector in Wales. Liza was one of several Chief Executives and Directors of [...]