The Leicestershire High Sheriff Fund was established to support the local community and voluntary activities, now and in the future.
The Fund gives grants and/or gifts to charitable and voluntary groups in Leicestershire working to prevent crime, abusive or antisocial behaviour, and to relieve poverty including homelessness and debt advice.
The High Sheriff Fund depends on donations to the permanent fund to increase the amount of money available to award in grants. Each year, the current High Sheriff is encouraged to grow the Fund for the future.
The Leicestershire High Sheriff Fund is administered by registered charity Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation, which sets up and manages grant-giving funds for families, individuals, companies, national funders and the public sector, connecting them with a wide range of vital local charitable groups.
How to Donate
- JustGiving page https://www.justgiving.com/page/henrietta-chubb-1697811727199
- The Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation website https://www.llrcommunityfoundation.org.uk/donate-to-an-existing-fund/
- by bank transfer (reference Leicestershire High Sheriff Fund). Just drop a line to Harry Sturman firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0116 262 4804, and they will send you the bank details.
- by cheque payable to “Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation” to The LR Community Foundation, 3 Wycliffe St, Leicester LE1 5LR clearly marking it (on back of cheque and envelope) for the “LEICESTERSHIRE High Sheriff Fund” and enclosed your email address, and phone number so you can be contacted about claiming gift aid.
Thank you for your support to make a difference in Leicester and Leicestershire.