The 100 Club

What is The 100 Club?

The 100 Club is a popular supporters scheme for individuals and businesses who, like us, are motivated to make a difference in Leeds. Supporters are not only demonstrating their commitment to Leeds Community Foundation and the work we do in the city but they also have the opportunity to attend exclusive quarterly events showcasing the work of the foundation and engaging with fellow supporters.

By investing in The 100 Club, supporters enable the Foundation to become increasingly resilient, boosting its grant making role. This ensures Leeds Community Foundation is able to commit long term to supporting community groups and grass roots projects that create positive change across the city.

Reasons to join The 100 Club

  • Demonstrate support for your city by backing in the region’s largest independent grant maker
  • Demonstrate support for your city by backing in the region’s largest independent grant maker
  • Build relationships with like-minded supporters to bring about positive change in the communities that need it most
  • Access to exclusive quarterly events
  • Press, online and social media opportunities for supporters
  • Play your part in creating a city of opportunity for all

Meet Our 100 Club Supporters

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Our Impact

Our Events

As well as exclusive 100 Club events, Leeds Community Foundation host a large number of donor, partner and community events across Leeds and Bradford.

Our Stories

Meet Bob

‘My wife and I moved into a bungalow down the road from here. After being told about Armley Helping Hands. We started coming to luncheon club every week and Memory Lane Group after Sybil got diagnosed with…

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Meet Rabia

“I was born and brought up in Leeds. My parents are from Bangladesh. I come from a big family. We grew up on the same street and my siblings all live in that same street; three brothers and three sisters. Before I got…

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Meet Stefan

“Before I got to know about CATCH, I was a bit of a bad boy. It was especially bad when I didn’t understand the language. I didn’t know the rules or who to follow. I got into fights defending…

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