Lincoln City Foundation have launched their Inspiring Lives Appeal and logo that will give assurance that funds raised through this appeal will go towards supporting their disability and community projects in Lincolnshire.
Announced on international #GivingTuesdayNow taking place on Tuesday 5 May, the Foundation are joining the campaign to celebrate and raise awareness of the charity sector during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Like many charities in the UK, the Foundation is feeling the impact on the restrictions put in place from government to protect services and save lives. As a self-funded charity, the Foundation are thankful for donations of any value that help support vulnerable members in our communities.
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Charlotte Hornsby, Operations Manager at Lincoln City Foundation said: “this is a huge step forward for the Foundation and our ambitious, participant-led projects for the future.
“We want to assure those regular fundraisers that their donations are being spent responsibly and where it is most needed, and that they are essential to safeguarding our delivery of such programmes enabling us adapt our services to better meet the needs of our communities.”
The Inspiring Lives Appeal will be used to gather donations made to Lincoln City Foundation through their diverse calendar of events, regular giving, bucket collecting, corporate sponsorship and individual donations.
These funds will then by allocated to supporting, developing and delivering programmes such as our Down’s Syndrome Active Football Team and our expending Autism Project.
“We work closely with our partners and stakeholders to deliver sessions that positively impact peoples lives with the aim to improve their social, physical and mental wellbeing.”