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Congratulations to Georgina our Music Bursary Winner!

Milton Keynes Community Foundation is delighted to announce that our 2017 Christopher Hopkinson Memorial Music Bursary winner is Georgina Lee! Find out more

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Congratulations to Ebony Carr our Sports Bursary Winner!Find out more


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Thank you for helping us raise over £10,000 for our Surviving Winter Campaign

Thursday 21, Dec 2017

Wow, together we reached our target of £10,000 for our ‘Surviving Winter’ Appeal. With your support, we can help local groups and charities protect those people who are most vulnerable to eat well, keep warm and be more mobile so they can live as comfortably as possible in the coming months.

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Lighting up our communities

Thursday 21, Dec 2017

We're proud to support two brilliant projects, Wolverton Lantern Festival and The Secret Garden Illuminations helping to light up our communities

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Applications and Monitoring Workshop

Wednesday 20, Dec 2017

We want applicants to get a better understanding of what we do and how we do it to help improve their applications, and we want to hear from groups about their experience of our processes so we can continue to improve.

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