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The Chapel Mobile Physio Story

Last December our Rivers Fund provided a grant to support the salary of this charity's only worker - an experienced physiotherapist serving rural communities

Supporting Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Derby

Volunteer Jack Woollands, spent time over Autumn exploring the reality of life for refugee and asylum seekers in Derby and how local charities support those communities to settle, survive and thrive

Annual Review 2022-23

2022-23 was yet another year in which the consequences of global events continued to play out in our communities.

Emergency Flood Relief Grants

Foundation Derbyshire has a small amount of funding available to help households affected by the flooding caused by Storm Babet. Given the limited resources available (c. £12,000), £200 emergency grants will be awarded on a first come first served basis. 27th October, 2023

The St Georges Toddler and Baby Group Story

In January 2022 our Walbrook Fund provided a grant to St George's Toddler and Baby Group based in New Mills to cover new resources and their annual insurance.

Announcing the ninth winner of the Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award

Mall Galleries and Foundation Derbyshire are pleased to announce the ninth winner of the Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award, one of the largest art prizes for an emerging artist in the UK. Glasgow-based artist, Max Gimson, will take up the nine-month residency in Derbyshire, at Banks Mill, Derby, as he works towards two solo exhibitions: one at Derby Museum & Art Gallery, the other at Mall Galleries in London.

Tackling Homelessness in our City and our Countryside

David and Charles from Jericho Derby and High Peak Homeless Help share their thoughts

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy

Our approach to equality, diversity and inclusion.

A place for philanthropy – a new report on local giving

Building the resilience of our communities has never been more important. A new report by UK Community Foundations looks at how community philanthropy is already playing an important role in tackling regional inequality and how it could be boosted by Dormant Assets to provide sustainable funding to the voluntary sector

Brian Ashby Hon DBA, FRICS

President