Read our latest Annual Review to find out more about our work in 2014/15 – we distributed over £300,000 by working in partnership with local individuals, companies and trusts that want to give locally.
Annual Review 2014 / 2015
See below our full statutory accounts for the year ended 31 March 2015.
Accounts to 31st March 2015
Find out more about the issues affecting communities across Dorset. The extensive report was put together by one of our Trustees, Jonathan Greenwood and all the main findings are addressed by our Dorset Fund.If you would like a hard copy in the post please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hidden Dorset Report
Find out about all the work we did in 2013-2014 on the behalf of our fund holders. We managed to distribute a staggering £670,000 to local charities, community groups and also individuals. If you would like a hard copy in the post please email email@example.com.
Annual Review 2013/14
These are the full statutory accounts for the year ended 31 March 2014.
Accounts to 31 March 2014
The leaflet will tell you more about our mission to support those most in need across the county. Currently focusing on supporting older people, young people in education and training and also people with mental health disability issues through creative care, the Dorset Fund is our legacy for the county. If you would like a hard copy in the post please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dorset Fund Leaflet
Find out how you can support Dorset’s stars of the future. The Fund will be supporting local talented young people aged between 14 and 21 who have excelled in sport, the arts and a wide range of other activities. To receive a hard copy in the post please email email@example.com.
The Lord-Lieutenant’s Fund for Young and Talented Leaflet
Bake a cake, do a fun run or dress as a superhero for a week – your fundraising efforts as part of Do it for Dorset Week will help the most disadvantaged across communities in Dorset. To read online please see below.
Do it for Dorset Week Fundraising Pack