Rock Climber“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead

There are lots of ways to make a difference, whether that’s raising money, raising awareness, or working with others who share your vision of what makes our community a better place.  Giving through Bradford District Community Fund is simple, straightforward, and offers you the immensely satisfying experience of making a lasting difference in our local community.

How You Can Make a Difference

1. Make a one-off or regular donation to the Bradford District Community Fund.

By Cheque: Donations of any size can be made and they willbe invested in our special Bradford District Fund which will be used to make grants to a range of projects across the District. To make a contribution, please send a cheque made payable to Bradford District Community Fund to BDCF, c/o Bradford CVS, 19-25 Sunbridge Road, Bradford, BD1 2AY. Please consider using Gift Aid to help us increase the impact of your gift. Download a Bradford Gift Aid Declaration Form here.

Online: You can give online now by making a one-off donation or by setting up a regular payment via our Just Giving site.

2. Personal Fund

Set up your own Personal Fund and we’ll  ensure that your philanthropy achieves the greatest local impact.  Funds can be set up with a minimum contribution of £10,000. Please phone for further details or read more about it here.

3. Donate directly to groups

Go online to our special Local Giving website, where you can find out more about the work of local groups operating across the Bradford District and make a donation directly to their work. Just log onto and search for Bradford.

4. Leave a legacy

You might want to remember the Fund in  your will – read more here.


We would love to work with you to put your ideas into action!  If you are not sure about the impact you’d like to create with your gift, please give us a ring and we’d be happy to tell you more about the ways your gift could make a difference.