We are often asked by residents, their families or local businesses how to make a donation to us. We always appreciate donations without which we would not be able to provide all the services that HemingfordHub is known for.
If you are a tax payer and are happy for us to reclaim this from HMRC, you can Gift Aid your donation. Please ask us for a form to complete. This is a very simple process and enables us to boost your donation by 25p for every £1.
There are several ways to make a donation:
By a cheque made payable to HemingfordHub.
By a BACS payment into our account. Please contact us for our bank details.
By a cash donation. Please contact us for guidance on this.
You can use the ‘Donate’ button here. This links to our Just Giving account. We haven’t yet
set up the Gift Aid option on our Just Giving page because they charge us extra for this.
But watch this space because if this changes we will, of course, update this option.
Our Supporters and Sponsors
We would like to thank everyone who has made a donation or grant since we were established in 2019. This has enabled HemingfordHub to support our residents through the pandemic and beyond. Some grants have been for specific projects whilst others didn’t specify what the money was to be used for. We can ensure all donors that their money has been, and will continue to be, put to good use.
Cambridge County Council Innovate & Cultivate who provided seed funding to help us establish HemingfordHub Cambridgeshire County Council Community Reach Fund – Covid Enabler Grant Hemingford Grey Parish Council Hemingford Abbots Parish Council Highways England/A14 Community Fund – specifically to help support wildlife in the villages
Hunts District Council Covid-19 Community Chest Fund - supporting our hot meals service and our digital inclusion project
Hunts District Council grant – to support us in assisting the clinically extremely vulnerable during Covid pandemic Memory Lane donation to support the running of the Hub Club
National Lottery Coronovirus Community Support Fund – supporting our hot meals service Places for People/Chorus Homes Community Investment Fund – to pilot and run our hot meals service Residents of Hemingford Abbots and Hemingford Grey who participated in the Yard Trail
Residents and members of their families who have made donations in recognition of our work
Tesco Bags of Help Covid-19 Communities Fund – help with our digital inclusion project The Allen Lane Foundation to help us run our HubClub (The Allen Lane Foundation is a grant-making trust which was established in 1966. The founder was Sir Allen Lane, who set up the publishing company Penguin Books. His family are involved in the running of the trust)
The Cock and the Axe and Compass public houses who have both donated profits from their Quiz nights.
Waitrose Community Matters Grant
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