Accounts to 31 March 2014

SCF Accounts to 31 March 2014

These are the full statutory accounts for the year ended 31 March 2014 as approved by the Board of Sussex Community Foundation on 22 July 2014. 

2014 Annual Review


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Our 2014 Annual Review is now available online. You can download it here or view it online here.

In real life, it’s a huge fold-out map of Sussex on one side, featuring some of the groups we’ve funded during 2013-14 and, on the other side, lots more information about what we’ve been up to and what we’re planning for the coming year. Because of the way it’s made, it might not be too easy to print out. If you’d like a paper copy, email our Communications Manager here and we’ll put one in the post. 

Sussex Uncovered

Our report Sussex Uncovered confirms that there is serious deprivation in Sussex, comparable to the most deprived inner city areas and that the costs of living in a rural community are substantially higher than for town-dwellers.  We believe that Sussex Uncovered is the first report to look at issues facing local communities across the entirety of Sussex. You can download a copy of the executive summary here or the full report here. Or you can click on the links below to read online.

Sussex Uncovered report

Sussex Uncovered executive summary



Inspiring Giving newsletter Summer 2014

Click on the link below to read the Summer 2014 edition of Sussex Community Foundation newsletter, Inspiring Giving. To receive the email version of our next issue, sign up at here.

Newsletter 4pp Summer 2014

Professional Advisors’ Pack

Our Professional Advisors’ Pack is made up five documents:

  • What is Sussex Community Foundation?
  • Setting up a named fund
  • Legacies
  • Working with charities and trusts
  • Giving in your Will

You can download them here:

What is SCF? Setting up a named fund Legacies Working with Charities and Trusts Giving in your Will

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