Wiltshire Community Foundation

About Wiltshire Community Foundation

Wiltshire Community Foundation (WCF) is an independent charity that gives grants and funding to the voluntary sector and charities across Wiltshire and Swindon.  We are an expert on local need and disadvantage in communities and offer high quality advice and support for all types of donors who want to make a difference in their local area.

Services Provided:

In 2019/20 Wiltshire Community Foundation awarded 546 grants to people and community or charitable groups across Wiltshire and Swindon totalling £1.3 million.

Wiltshire Community Foundation has made a significant contribution to local communities by making grants of over £15 million since 1991, giving money and support where people in Wiltshire and Swindon need it most.  Over the last 40 years with the support of individuals, companies and trusts we have built an endowment of £22 million to generate grants for the future benefit of local communities and young people.

As well as grants for projects which support disadvantaged people in communities, we also offer a range of different education grants to individuals in order to support young people access education and training in the county.  Please see our website for full details of our grants to groups and individuals.  We also provide advice sessions and training workshops designed to improve your funding knowledge and skills in order to make your project and organisation a success.


Under 5s, Young People, Families

Areas Covered:

Wiltshire & Swindon

How are services accessed?

No referral necessary

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Contact Name:

Margaret Firth


Sandcliff House
21 Northgate Street
SN10 1JX


01380 738989


Become a Member

Are you a voluntary organisation working with children, families and young people in Wiltshire? Wiltshire Children & Families Volunatry Sector Forum (CFVSF) is for you. Membership is free and being part of CFVSF helps to ensure a strong working relationship and partnership working between the public sector and VCSE organisations.