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The Surviving Winter Campaign

EVERY winter 300 people in Wiltshire and Swindon die, simply because they cannot afford to heat their homes. 

Groups across the county are lifted by £96,000 grant boost

THE Wiltshire Community Foundation has handed out almost £96,000 to help groups in Swindon and Wiltshire make a difference in their communities.

Chief Executive's blog: March

Rosemary Macdonald muses on challenges for society and reflects on an award.

Charities given a boost with Tampon Tax grants

FIVE Wiltshire charities have been given a much-needed funding boost for their projects focusing on vulnerable women and girls.

Hospital consultant has tips for surviving the winter cold

An expert in elderly care at the Great Western Hospital is warning people to be on the lookout for the effects of winter cold on relatives and nei

Chief Executive's blog: January

Chief Executive Rosemary Macdonald sets her goals for 2019.

Chief Executive's blog: February

Chief executive Rosemary Macdonald reflects on the death of her much-loved mother-in-law Sue but finds some positives elsewhere.

Waste Not Want Not wins charity of the year

We are delighted that Waste Not Want Not  has been crowned Charity of the Year at the South West Business Awards.

Chief executive's pride after graduation

Wiltshire Community Foundation chief executive Rosemary Macdonald has graduated after receiving an MSC in charity finance accounting from the Univ

Chief Executive's blog: December

This month chief executive Rosemary Macdonald looks at how communities have the power to change their environment

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