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A heartfelt thanks: Co-op Local Community Fund Supports The Hearth

We are delighted to announce a significant donation of £2,096.27 from the Co-op Local Community Fund. This extraordinary contribution made possible through the generosity of Co-op members, is set to have a profound and positive impact on our community in West Northumberland.


The Hearth Arts Centre has long been a haven for creativity and a source of cultural enrichment in West Northumberland. Our unwavering dedication to nurturing artistic talent and fostering community engagement has made us a cherished institution. With this gracious grant from Co-op members, we are more enthusiastic than ever to expand our mission and bring even more artistic opportunities to our community.


The donation will be used for projects aimed at benefiting our local community. We’ll be sharing more on our 2024 plans soon.


We’ve been a recipient of the Co-op Community Fund for three years now and have organised initiatives including; delivering craft packs to our partners in the local community, art workshops for children, and those struggling with isolation during the pandemic as well as supporting our local artists providing them with income during uncertain times.


We are deeply grateful for the support from Co-op members, who take pride in their ability to make a real difference in the communities they serve. This generous donation to Hearth Arts is just one example of how the Co-op Local Community Fund champions local organisations that are at the heart of their communities.


Our partnership with Co-op is a testament to the power of collaboration when it comes to making a meaningful impact on the lives of our community.


The Hearth is more committed than ever to our mission of fostering arts, heritage and culture in West Northumberland. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Co-op and its members for their incredible support and belief in the power of the arts to bring people together through the beauty of art and culture.


For more information about Hearth Arts and the Co-op Community Fund, please visit our profile page.

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