Quartet Community Foundation

Who they support

The Foundation awards grants to support community based work that has a charitable purpose. Primarily grants are awarded to organisations based and working in the West of England to benefit local people and where a relatively small amount of funding can make a significant difference.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £7 million
  • The average age of charities supported has been years.

Grant criteria

They award grants covering a broad range of issues and welcome applications from both new and established groups. Please see: https://quartetcf.org.uk/apply-for-a-grant

Grant details

If you are a charity, voluntary or community organisation based and working in the West of England looking for funding to support the work you deliver, then Quartet may be able to help. Last year we made grants totalling over £5 million. These ranged from small grants of £250 to larger multi-year grants of £40K +. We strive to be as open and accessible as possible to local groups and organisations that need grant funding. Here’s how to access grant funding from Quartet Community Foundation

Application procedure

The individual grant programmes have different guidelines on how to apply and closing dates for submissions. If you have any questions regarding eligibility, the application process or would like to discuss an application before you apply, you can call Andy O’Sullivan on 0117 989 7748 or Julie Newman on 0117 989 7711 for further information.

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When Amount Annual
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Grantee To be used for
28/03/2024 £5,000 £85,121 GLOBAL GOALS CENTRE For the Community Inclusion Project at Sparks Bristol, bringing marginalised communities together, empowering them to share concerns and create solutions.
28/03/2024 £5,000 £139,826 BELOVED Towards outreach support for vulnerable women in the indoor sex industry in Bristol.
27/03/2024 £100 £34,341,000 PROSTATE CANCER UK As requested by the donor to support this charity which funds research into early diagnosis and more effective treatment of prostate cancer and supports those who have been diagnosed with the cancer.
27/03/2024 £100 £9,023,000 ST LUKE'S HOSPICE (HARROW & BRENT) As requested by the donor to support the best quality of life care to people in Harrow and Brent approaching the end of life and support to their loved ones which is provided free of charge.
27/03/2024 £2,500 £1,000 FRIENDS OF MORAZAN As requested by the fund holder towards supporting pre-school education in Puerto Morazan, Nicaragua in a number of ways. This donation supports a pre-school classroom building programme as part of Bristol's twinning arrangement with Puerto Morazan.
26/03/2024 £5,000 £361,476 KINGSWOOD COMMUNITY TRANSPORT To buy a tail lift to improve minibus accessibility for this community transport group.
26/03/2024 £4,987 £266,052 UPS AND DOWNS SOUTHWEST We are seeking funding to support our North Somerset Youth Club to improve the lives of socially isolated young people with Down Syndrome based in Weston-super-Mare and North Somerset
26/03/2024 £2,998 BRISTOL PHOTO FESTIVAL For a socially engaged photography project & exhibition for the benefit of members of Hive Avon, a local centre for adults with learning disabilities.
26/03/2024 £6,900 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC Support group for parents/carers with lived experience of losing a child to knife crime.
26/03/2024 £5,000 COMMUNITY CHURCH @ LAWRENCE WESTON Towards the costs of establishing a Boing! Lawrence Weston, offering soft play and play opportunities for families of children aged 0-5. This would be the third Boing! softplay in Bristol, following successful ventures in Lockleaze and Knowle.
26/03/2024 £350 £147,660 FLAMINGO CHICKS As requested by a donor to support the inclusive dance shops for children and peer support for parents.
25/03/2024 £1,000 CIRCUS CITY Towards the running of Circus City and Handstand Arts
20/03/2024 £5,000 2ND PORTISHEAD SCOUTS GROUP Toward the cost of replacing a minibus, which is a Portishead community resource currently being utilised by 12 different community groups in Portishead.
20/03/2024 £2,120 AVON INDIAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Toward a fortnightly elderly social club.
20/03/2024 £4,900 £31,431 169TH BRISTOL BRENTRY SCOUT GROUP Toward the cost of a solar panel and battery installation for this group that provides youth services activities in an area that is lacking in these services.
20/03/2024 £12,092 £213,425 BRICKS BRISTOL This is to extend existing UKSPF Community Fund funding, as agreed with Bristol City Council.
20/03/2024 £12,092 £822,951 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST This is to extend existing UKSPF Community Fund funding, as agreed with Bristol City Council.
20/03/2024 £12,092 £160,717 AVONMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION This is to extend existing UKSPF Community Fund funding, as agreed with Bristol City Council.
20/03/2024 £12,092 £1,771,053 KNOWLE WEST ALLIANCE This is to extend existing UKSPF Community Fund funding, as agreed with Bristol City Council.
19/03/2024 £500 GORDANO COMMUNITY CARS We exist to transport patients registered with Heywood Surgery, Pill to Surgery/Hospital/Clinics/Dentists/Opticians - all our drivers are volunteers
19/03/2024 £550 £9,328 NOTABLE CLUB As requested by the fundholder to help towards transport.
18/03/2024 £3,000 £610,734 YOUTH MOVES As requested by the donor towards youth work in a range of locations engaging and co-designed with young people from disadvantaged communities in South Bristol.
18/03/2024 £300 £777,513 YOUNG BRISTOL As approved by the High Sheriff towards bike storage at BS14 Club in Stockwood.
14/03/2024 £5,000 RENEW WESTON Please can you fund the cost, including rent and overheads, of our main workshop at 12 Orchard place for 10 months?
14/03/2024 £4,680 CLEVEDON LITERARY FESTIVAL Employ part time project and marketing staff to help cement local partnerships and deliver our year-round community arts programme.
14/03/2024 £5,000 £53,519 TRIUMPH OVER PHOBIA (TOP UK) We offer free self-help groups through our financial hardship fund ensuring access for all. A modest fee is requested, but our bursary ensures financial challenges don't hinder participation.
14/03/2024 £4,971 £22,740 NORTH SOMERSET LGBT+ FORUM We would like support to continue holding our weekly drop in sessions for members of the LGBT+ Community, across specific demographics. Over 50's, TransGender/Non-Binary/Gender Questioning, & Families
14/03/2024 £250 £48,217 THE HARVEY HEXT TRUST A grant towards the work of a charity which supports bereaved families mostly by supplying Memory boxes but also treating bereaved siblings (under 25 yrs) to days out and treats.
14/03/2024 £250 £13,616,000 UK YOUTH As requested by the donor towards the work of UK Youth
13/03/2024 £3,380 BRISTOL BORDEAUX PARTNERSHIP Towards students from Bordeaux participating in the 2024 Mini-Assistants Scheme in Bristol primary schools, strengthening the twinning between Bristol and Bordeaux.
11/03/2024 £4,746 £129,824 THE HIVE AVON LTD A support network, and individual support, to families of autistic and leaning disabled adults helping them to move their family member to a more independent life.
11/03/2024 £900 £79,673 SOUTH WESTON ACTIVITY NETWORK (SWAN) Young people from South Ward design, plan and lead Bournville Pride 2024, an inclusive LGBTQ+ event (in Bournville park, on June 8th 2024).
08/03/2024 £5,000 HUB WESTON CIC To expand the services of the Food Shop, to enable continued support to diverse community groups and to increase the range of products.
08/03/2024 £300 ASPIRATION CREATION ELEVATION CIC As approved by the High Sheriff towards mentoring sessions with 13-15 year olds at proximity to youth violence.
07/03/2024 £1,000 £610,734 YOUTH MOVES To pilot a set of physical training activities for young people who attend Youth Moves a Knowle West based youth services charity.
05/03/2024 £4,870 SOUL TRAIL WELLBEING CIC For two 8-week wellbeing nature programmes and local hikes to improve mental health for people from minority communities.
05/03/2024 £5,000 £225,003 TRAUMA BREAKTHROUGH START, a psychoeducation programme offering an 8-week mental health skills course for vulnerable adults
05/03/2024 £5,000 BRISTOL CREATIVE THERAPY CENTRE C.I.C To provide 176 low cost 1-1 therapy sessions to children suffering from mental health issues and from households that are unable to afford support at commercial rate.
05/03/2024 £4,792 £777,513 YOUNG BRISTOL Youth Club on Wheels delivery at Bishop Sutton
05/03/2024 £5,000 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH To continue their ‘Learning to Lead’ programme benefiting primary school children within Hartcliffe and Withywood ward in South Bristol.
05/03/2024 £5,000 THE AVON CENTRE Staffing to increase capacity to develop partnerships, extend outreach and community engagement and break down barriers to participation.
05/03/2024 £1,623 £531,288 GYMPANZEES For the Gympanzees Easter Pop Up, to provide specialist exercise, play & social engagement for disabled children and their families.
05/03/2024 £5,000 MIND YOUR MUSIC Towards a 12 month programme of music workshops for people struggling with mental health difficulties in Bristol.
05/03/2024 £5,000 £34,983 BRISTOL DEMENTIA ACTION ALLIANCE For a General Assistant to support the charity with admin support with a key focus on the Dementia Aware Village project.
05/03/2024 £5,000 £367,738 HOUSING MATTERS (FORMERLY CHAS BRISTOL) To deliver the HomeFull project in partnership with Talking Money, providing vulnerable parents with combined debt and housing advice.
05/03/2024 £5,000 SUNFLOWER COLLECTIVE C.I.C After school club at St Pauls Adventure Playground
05/03/2024 £5,000 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN For groundwork improvements to improve accessibility of the Garden for wheel chair users, those who struggle with balance and push chair users.
05/03/2024 £3,500 £116,045 XTND- IMPROVING FUTURES Continuing the sessions they currently run for children and introducing "XTND in the Park" outreach for 3 days a week in Coniston Green Park, Bournville
05/03/2024 £5,000 £305,499 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS For weekly Peer Support Groups available for women experiencing peri-natal mental health or pre-existing mental illness/emotional wellbeing issues.
05/03/2024 £4,520 UNIQUE VOICE CIC CPD events to empower professionals to deliver Violence against women and girls (VAWG) and Youth Violence educational content
05/03/2024 £300 WHITCHURCH BOXING CLUB As approved by the High Sheriff towards new equipment for the young people to use
05/03/2024 £250 £1,794,301 PRISONERS' EDUCATION TRUST As requested by the donor to support prisoners to access distance learning. PET works to transform prisoners’ lives through learning and use its research and expertise to improve prison education and policy.
04/03/2024 £40,000 £621,840 BATH AREA PLAY PROJECT To employ a Coordinator for the Bath & North East Somerset Children & Young People's Network, helping to develop the support for B&NES VCS organisations working with children & young people, promoting collaboration & influence, developing peer networks and greater sector sustainability.
04/03/2024 £1,000 £239,025 CHURCH LADS' & CHURCH GIRLS' BRIGADE A grant, as requested by the fund holder, towards this year's Bristol Battalion Camp - a camping trip taking place in the Forest of Dene for young people from disadvantaged areas to enjoy camping and outdoor sport and challenges.
01/03/2024 £300 BRISTOL HORN YOUTH CONCERN (BHYC) As approved by the High Sheriff towards sports sessions for young people during half term
01/03/2024 £250 £42,635,392 ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH UK As requested by the donor towards dementia support and research
29/02/2024 £5,000 SOUND WOMEN To run workshops in radio and podcast skills for the benefit of young women from disadvantaged areas who face barriers to accessing this type of training.
29/02/2024 £5,000 £192,009 SOUNDWELL MUSIC THERAPY TRUST For a 20-week music therapy group for people in Bristol with serious mental health needs, to improve their quality of life and support their confidence.
29/02/2024 £1,500 £2,183 SHROUK EL-ATTAR TRUST Toward the creation of an accessible platform for the lived experiences of queer refugees. A project fusing storytelling, belly-dancing, drag, art & robotics, collaborating with queer refugees.
29/02/2024 £4,953 £1,085,783 FOREST OF AVON TRUST Toward a woodland wellbeing group in Brinsham Park, Yate, supporting people with dementia and their carers.
29/02/2024 £4,911 £81,142 BATH SHARE & REPAIR Toward the 'HomeKIT' project which supports people with various complex needs, to make a new home, by supplying small tested preloved electricals.
29/02/2024 £5,000 £484,108 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE For the ‘Symphony of the World’ project, exploring storytelling, music and culture, with children in Lawrence Hill and Easton, that is inspired by the rich cultural heritage found in the local community.
29/02/2024 £1,500 £161,459 STEPPING OUT THEATRE Toward the running costs of this group that creates live theatre with mental health service users and disabled people.
29/02/2024 £5,000 £513,577 BRISTOL MIND To sustain our parent and child out-of-school club, run at the Hampton Hotel where families are accommodated whilst awaiting an asylum decision.
29/02/2024 £5,000 £300,150 NETWORK COUNSELLING AND TRAINING Toward the annual cost of a hardship fund so those on low incomes can access the group's counselling service.
29/02/2024 £1,000 £330,828 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) A contribution toward celebration events that will improve community cohesion in the area and help to keep community volunteers engaged in the group's charitable work.
29/02/2024 £5,000 £649,535 DRAKE MUSIC Toward the group's Southwest programme which offers two distinct projects for Disabled adults. Connecting participants with each other and cultural venues in Bristol, offering opportunities for participation, connection, creation, and performance.
29/02/2024 £5,000 MANOR FARM COMMUNITY HUB To employ a specialist person to assist in a Community Asset Transfer for a new community centre and then to handle all legal processes to get the Centre ready to open.
27/02/2024 £5,000 £590 FRIENDS OF BLAISE Activities in Blaise Estate are excellent for under 12 year-old children but limited for teenagers and adults. We propose to install a Cardio/ Fitness Gym to combat Obesity.
26/02/2024 £3,000 £73,246,000 BRANDON TRUST To create two sensory spaces for the benefit of individuals with learning disabilities.
26/02/2024 £658 £309,025 THE RAPHAEL CENTRE For equipment and training for two or more staff to carry on the bush craft sessions for the benefit of individuals with learning disabilities.
26/02/2024 £10,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE To support the group's ongoing Participation and Learning Programme, which helps engage young people in its services and helps them to become more independent.
26/02/2024 £1,200 £762,900 VOSCUR As requested by the donor towards voscur sector events
26/02/2024 £3,836 £1,476,764 SWALLOW As requested by the donor towards enabling teenagers and adults with learning disabilities to live as independently
23/02/2024 £2,000 1ST BURRINGTON VILLAGE SCOUT GROUP For scouting equipment for hiking and camping equipment.
22/02/2024 £250 FRIENDS OF ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS As requested by the donor towards the work of the Friends in communicating information about the church’s ministry and activities, including special events and courses and in financially supporting those activities.
22/02/2024 £250 FIREBRANDS HOCKEY CLUB As directed by the donor towards the costs of a hockey helmet for the team.
21/02/2024 £1,000 £85,329 SEA MILLS COMMUNITY INITIATIVES Emergency funding towards a space for Sudanese families in and around Sea Mills to meet regularly following the news of the tragic death of three young children locally.
21/02/2024 £250 £640,845,146 CANCER RESEARCH UK As directed by the donor towards the work of the charity which is dedicated to saving lives through research.
21/02/2024 £108 £807,086 GIVEOUT As requested by the donor to promote equality and diversity for the public benefit around the world by the elimination of discrimination against people on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity and to do this in particular, but not exclusively, by making grants
20/02/2024 £300 BARTON HILL AMATEUR BOXING CLUB As nominated by their local PCSO and approved by the High Sheriff, towards general running costs and the purchase of equipment
19/02/2024 £250 £3,898,000 BRISTOL & WESTON HOSPITALS CHARITY As requested by the donor towards improving the hospital environment, further medical knowledge through research, support and train hospital staff, and provide state of the art equipment through investing in projects that make a real difference to patient care in Bristol and the surrounding region.
19/02/2024 £250 £764,329 BRACE As requested by the donor towards the work of this regional charity, supporting researchers in South West England and South Wales into Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia to find better treatments, achieve earlier diagnosis and one day, a cure.
19/02/2024 £250 £215,836 SIXTY-ONE As requested by the donor towards the enabling "individuals, churches, charities and businesses to provide the relational and community based support offenders need to live free from crime."
19/02/2024 £250 £227,706 THE HARBOUR As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation supporting those who are facing death, dying and bereavement.
19/02/2024 £250 £1,922,641 ONE25 As requested by the fund holder towards supporting an extremely marginalised group of women moving from crisis and trauma towards independence in the community.
19/02/2024 £250 £4,713,829 SS GREAT BRITAIN TRUST As requested by the donor towards preservation of the SS Great Britain.
19/02/2024 £250 £1,085,783 FOREST OF AVON TRUST As requested by the donor towards the work of creating community forests across the region and the country for the wellbeing of local people and the environment.
19/02/2024 £250 £662,625 SOFA PROJECT As requested by the donor to support the charitable purposes of helping relieve poverty, promoting social inclusion and protecting the environment through reuse and recycling.
19/02/2024 £250 £191,695 CEREBRAL PALSY PLUS As requested by the donor towards the support of children, young people and adults with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and their families and carers to improve the quality of life of people with CP and to enable people with CP to live as independently as possible.
13/02/2024 £4,900 VOICES OF APHASIA Towards running a specialist and accessible choir in Bath, supporting people with aphasia and their loved ones to sing together.
13/02/2024 £2,300 £269,808,000 THE SALVATION ARMY For a digital inclusion programme at Bath Citadel to provide IT access and reduce social isolation for the local community.
13/02/2024 £5,000 £129,000 POSTSCRIPT360 For core costs of this organisation which supports people with prescription drug dependence and mental health difficulties.
13/02/2024 £5,000 SHIREHAMPTON METHODIST CHURCH Core costs for continuing to run Shirehampton Hub: Wellbeing, Jobs, Training & Enterprise.
13/02/2024 £4,997 £177,142 JIGSAW THORNBURY For core salary costs to enable the group to increase the accessibility of their events and strengthen communications.
13/02/2024 £5,000 £1,710,360 ACCESS SPORT To equip, train and support a community club in Bristol to set up regular activities for disabled children and young people.
13/02/2024 £3,000 £517,055 BATH CITY FARM For the set up and initial running costs for the Bath Shed Project, aimed at reducing isolation and improving wellbeing in older people.
13/02/2024 £3,000 ZION BRISTOL For older people's projects including Memories Cafe, Local History Group, Knitting Group, Tai Chi and a disco.
13/02/2024 £250 £76,665 BRISTOL COMMONWEALTH SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards the Society's work of raising awareness of the Commonwealth, its peoples, cultures and histories; promoting social inclusion and celebrating diversity.
13/02/2024 £250 £17,908,000 ST PETER'S HOSPICE As directed by the donor towards the work of St Peter's Hospice, improving the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
13/02/2024 £250 £356,357 SIGHT RESEARCH UK As requested by the donor towards the work of researching the causes of eye disease, in order to develop better prevention methods and more effective treatments for children and adults.
09/02/2024 £5,000 £176,194 ABLAZE Project and Programme Management costs for development and delivery of programmes which support young people's employability through mentoring.
07/02/2024 £4,960 HOTWELLS & DISTRICT ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION To extend the number of partnerships between allotments and community food projects during the 2024 growing season.
07/02/2024 £4,990 INTERCULTURE To produce ADHD information in different languages and formats and disseminate to communities whose first language is not English.
07/02/2024 £4,750 OPEN MINDS ACTIVE LTD To scope a partnership/consortium with 3 nature based providers offering a movement in nature-based social prescribing service in Bristol.
07/02/2024 £650 COTHAM SCHOOL Towards the annual Bristol Bordeaux schools exchange.
07/02/2024 £100 £2,918,583 WALLACE & GROMIT’S CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards The Grand Appeal which supports families with children at Bristol Children's hospital by providing family accommodation and funds medical research and equipment, music, play and art therapy and enhancing the environment with art to create a fun, stimulating and comforting space.
07/02/2024 £45 £676,108 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT As requested by the donor towards the Brigstowe Project's work of offering free confidential and independent advice and support for people affected by HIV and other long term health conditions.
07/02/2024 £51 £1,133,594 NATIONAL AIDS TRUST As requested by the donor towards the promotion public health through effective HIV prevention and early diagnosis of HIV infection; to promote the rights, dignity, health and wellbeing of people affected by HIV, or at risk of HIV infection, in the UK; to advance the education of the public in general in order to increase awareness and understanding of HIV and AIDS and eradicate HIV-related stigma, discrimination and inequality.
07/02/2024 £108 £562,441 RAINBOW MIGRATION As requested by the donor towards supporting LGBTQI+ people through the asylum and immigration system.
07/02/2024 £250 £27,724,000 MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards the MS Society's work of funding and promoting research to develop new treatments and services for people with MS and to understand the causes of MS. The Society provides support to people affected by MS, and seeks to raise awareness, understanding, and improve care and support for all people living with MS.
02/02/2024 £5,000 ECOWILD For women's Recovery and Renewal sessions for those learning to manage chronic illness, mental health struggles or who are experiencing social isolation.
02/02/2024 £5,000 £48,728 SOMERSET CHILD CONTACT CENTRES Running Weston-super-Mare Child Contact Centre as a safe location for enabling separated parents and children to meet and maintain and strengthen their relationship while more permanent arrangements for access are made.
01/02/2024 £5,000 £67,934 VOICES FOR LIFE For a new music and wellbeing project for primary school children in Bath to enjoy making music and bringing different schools together.
01/02/2024 £3,000 £9,328 NOTABLE CLUB Towards hiring specialist community transport mini-buses for this social club for disabled people in Weston-super-Mare.
01/02/2024 £2,406 READ EASY NORTH SOMERSET To maintain the Read Easy service across North Somerset.
31/01/2024 £5,000 £6,468,000 WE THE CURIOUS (FORMERLY AT BRISTOL) As directed by the donor towards Project Phoenix - the We the Curious redevelopment and re-opening of the building in 2024 to create a place for STEM education that can include everyone.
31/01/2024 £2,000 £305,499 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS As requested by the fund holder towards work supporting women who are suffering from anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear or isolation during or after pregnancy, including offering advice and support to the partner, family member or friend each woman.
29/01/2024 £5,000 BRIDGING THE GAP TOGETHER! The Neurovision group, is a peer to peer support led group set up for older individuals who have experienced challenges throughout their lives which would traditionally be identified as Neurodivergent.
26/01/2024 £250 £777,513 YOUNG BRISTOL As requested by the donor towards the Presidents appeal
26/01/2024 £2,000 £7,667,958 MAGIC BREAKFAST As requested by the donor.
26/01/2024 £500 £300,096 SOMERSET FILM AND VIDEO LTD As directed by the donor towards a film on Parkinson's disease being produced by Somerset Film and Video's Wells Parkinson's dance group.
26/01/2024 £2,000 £788,603 FEEDING BRISTOL As requested by the donor.
26/01/2024 £2,000 £1,520,703 BERKSHIRE WOMEN'S AID As requested by the donor.
25/01/2024 £5,000 £17,872,000 AVON OUTWARD BOUND ASSOCIATION To send young people experiencing disadvantage on a week-long residential outward bound course in North Wales.
25/01/2024 £5,000 EOTOUK To provide a supportive environment for at-risk youth to process their fears, anxieties, traumas associated with gang involvement and violence.
25/01/2024 £3,000 £2,368,256 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST Supporting local older people through an affordable lunch club and a batch cooking project in a nearby sheltered scheme.
24/01/2024 £5,000 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE CIC A four day representative trip to Bordeaux for 6 Bristol primary schools where year 5 pupils will be immersed in a sport, education and cultural experience.
24/01/2024 £3,000 £274,007 BORDERLANDS As directed by the donor towards Borderlands' ESOL classes for refugees and asylum seekers.
24/01/2024 £3,000 £809,234 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS As directed by the donor towards BRR's ESOL classes for refugees and asylum seekers.
23/01/2024 £4,848 £60,329 JOURNEYMAN UK Towards a mentoring group for boys aged 11-18 in central Bristol, some of whom have Autism or ADHD and who are not in education, employment or training.
22/01/2024 £65,000 £46,679,000 RICHMOND FELLOWSHIP To provide 1-to-1 support to Bristol residents (aged from 18 years upwards) who are experiencing a range of issues that are negatively affecting their wellbeing, and working with several agencies to provide referral pathways residents for accessing this support.
19/01/2024 £5,000 STAR SCHEME To introduce the 'Star' scheme into Bristol and South Glos rugby clubs. This enables young people who have multiple adverse childhood experiences or mental health issues to join a local rugby club.
19/01/2024 £4,000 KIPPAX & CHONG CIC (T/A STEP AND STONE) For job coaching for people with Learning Disabilities, as well as researching barriers to inclusive employment and working with employers to strengthen connections with potential employers.
19/01/2024 £5,000 £219,889 LIFESKILLS To provide free or subsidised places on a school trip to Lifeskills for Year 6 children whose families are facing cost of living financial challenges.
18/01/2024 £2,500 £484,108 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE As requested by the fund holder, towards the work in schools in North Somerset
17/01/2024 £1,000 WINDOW WANDERLAND CIC Toward an activity to build community and improve mental and physical wellbeing amongst people with disabilities in Bristol, through creative sessions culminating in window displays.
17/01/2024 £5,000 GREEN COMMUNITY TRAVEL Supporting the continuation of specialist day trips to reduce loneliness and promote wellbeing.
17/01/2024 £2,250 THE COMMUNITY FARM Toward travel costs so people with no transport or limited resources, can access and benefit from the Growing Wellbeing and Community Outreach Partnership programmes.
17/01/2024 £5,000 £1,289,157 CCS ADOPTION (CLIFTON CHILDREN'S SOCIETY) Toward the Tots Group a specialist twice-weekly playgroup for adopted children aged 0 to 5 years and their adoptive parents from the Bristol area.
17/01/2024 £3,000 BRISTOL CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Toward providing interns on the programme with role models, additional professional coaching sessions and mentoring from those with lived experience.
17/01/2024 £1,500 £213,205 SINGING TO REMEMBER, TRINITY-HENLEAZE UNITED REFORMED CHURCH (THURC) Toward the Singing to Remember group which benefits people with dementia and their carers.
17/01/2024 £5,000 GRAND FRIENDS To continue the group's intergenerational programmes and develop some new ones.
17/01/2024 £4,790 DIVERSE ARTISTS NETWORK Toward "Flag Up Your Identity" a 4-month community, family, creative flag-making project celebrating the complexity of identity, including a flag procession and display as part of the diversity festival DIASPORA!
17/01/2024 £5,000 £829,459 MENTORING PLUS Toward providing one-to-one mentoring for young people aged 11-25 who are experiencing tough challenges in Bath and North East Somerset.
17/01/2024 £2,890 £164,701 BATH ETHNIC MINORITY SENIOR CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION To increase the hours of their warm space supervisor and pilot some therapies, such as massage and foot care.
15/01/2024 £4,500 CLIMATE HUB BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET To support an expanded programme of climate action activities and events in 2024 and your continued growth and development as an organisation
15/01/2024 £3,000 £31,511,678 MILESTONES TRUST To fund free live music events for people with learning disabilities and the wider community in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
15/01/2024 £3,000 £531,288 GYMPANZEES Toward the Gympanzees Easter Pop-Up 2024 - a facility open during the Easter holidays to provide specialist exercise, play and social engagement for children and young people with learning disabilities and their families.
11/01/2024 £4,940 £413,027 NILAARI AGENCY To fund a monthly 'DAWTA' peer to peer creative space for transracially adopted and BMC fostered adults to support mental health and prevent social and cultural isolation.
11/01/2024 £4,940 MINDFUL PARENTING & COMMUNITY PROJECT MPCP is seeking core funding for a period of 6 months to support organisational growth. We want to offer a wider remit of accessible, wellbeing based activities to more people.
11/01/2024 £5,000 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH Funding to increase105 disadvantaged children’s interest in, confidence and engagement with Maths; improving their future chances of success in their GCSE’s and, longer term, their employment chances.
11/01/2024 £6,000 £6,723,123 BRISTOL MUSIC TRUST - BRISTOL BEACON Toward the Hope Creative Programme for vulnerable Young People. To pilot an early years strand called Hope Creative Minis.
09/01/2024 £2,000 £1,289,027 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET For a free drop-in lunch group called 'Snack and Chat' for older people in Bath.
09/01/2024 £3,000 £646,135 AGE UK SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE To provide warm packs, insulation equipment and advice to older people living in South Gloucestershire.
09/01/2024 £100 £108,498 GRATEFUL SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's annual President's appeal (Simon Beswick).
09/01/2024 £100 £173,703 DOLPHIN SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal as requested.
08/01/2024 £50,000 £13,616,000 UK YOUTH As requested by the donor towards the digital impact strand of the 'Joined up Institute'. This new initiative by UK Youth will bring young people and professionals together to learn, turn evidence into action, and solve key issues.
08/01/2024 £250 £13,616,000 UK YOUTH As requested by the donor towards the work of UK Youth
05/01/2024 £10,000 £225,425 LOCKLEAZE NEIGHBOURHOOD TRUST An existing member of staff providing signposting and communication of wellbeing activity as well as support community garden facilitator to provide nature based wellbeing activities. This will include supporting people to access 1 to 1 support being provided by The Richmond Fellowship and activities being run by Changes Bristol.
04/01/2024 £5,000 £2,368,256 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST As requested by the fund holder towards the cost of Southmead Development Trust's Neighbours Connect Southmead evaluation by UWE, as per invoice SDT has received.
28/09/2023 £50,000 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT To undertake the role of a Community Hub for Barton Hill and Lawrence Hill.
28/09/2023 £50,000 £161,149 HILLFIELDS FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TRUST To undertake the role of a Community Hub for Hillfields.
27/09/2023 £450 £553,026 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY As requested by the donor towards the work of the organisation in its mission "to be somewhere that everyone - from leading artists to first time gallery visitors - feels welcomed, valued and engaged."
27/09/2023 £5,000 £64,887 EASTON JAMIA MOSQUE To set up a mini localised drop-in citizens advice service for the community that will provide expert language specific support, advocacy, IT support and interpreter services.
27/09/2023 £20,000 £7,931 ADVICE CENTRES FOR AVON To create a unified voice for the advice sector, and the administration needed to effectively bring together advice agencies to share information and coordinate joint working.
27/09/2023 £3,075 TRANS PRIDE SOUTH WEST To host a Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil, Community Day, Young People's event and website costs.
27/09/2023 £4,500 £228,569 BRISTOL & ANCHOR ALMSHOUSE CHARITY To develop the group's volunteering programme.
26/09/2023 £1,000 £175,063 BLACK2NATURE As directed by the donor towards Black2Nature's work connecting Visibly Minority Ethnic (VME) families and kids with the natural world and the benefits it brings.
25/09/2023 £250 £58,716,000 MIND As directed by the donor towards the work of Mind to change, support and connect minds to support those affected by mental health issues. The charity supports improvements in mental health through information, advice, local services and campaigning and advocacy in healthcare, at work, in law and at local and national government level..
25/09/2023 £250 £9,411 THE ROB HILL FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards the work of the Rob Hill Foundation which aims to help people beat addiction to substances and activities, as well as empowering them to deal with anxiety, stress and depression. This extends to dealing with trauma, any fear-based conditions and OCD.
25/09/2023 £250 £3,019,062 SMART WORKS A grant towards the support provided by Smart Works which is at heart "a dressing and coaching service designed to help our clients be the best version of themselves at a crucial moment in their lives".
25/09/2023 £250 £1,922,641 ONE25 As requested by the fund holder towards supporting an extremely marginalised group of women moving from crisis and trauma towards independence in the community.
25/09/2023 £250 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Caring in Bristol's work providing advice, support and information to reduce homelessness in Bristol.
25/09/2023 £250 £5,009,607 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of charity in engaging, inspiring and enabling people to connect with nature; protecting; creating and restoring wild places for nature; championing, challenging and influencing people to stand up for nature.
25/09/2023 £250 £966,836 BERKSHIRE YOUTH Towards the work of the organisation which helps with the transition from childhood to young adulthood, supporting young people to reach their full potential and make a positive contribution to their communities.
25/09/2023 £250 £456,206 BEN KINSELLA TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of the Trust in helping communities to be safe by educating children and young people about knife crime and the consequences, through its programmes resources and campaigns.
25/09/2023 £250 £4,621,373 GREAT WESTERN AIR AMBULANCE CHARITY As requested by the donor towards their Christmas appeal
25/09/2023 £250 £126,537 NEW BEGINNINGS READING As requested by the donor towards work supporting people in Reading and Berkshire who are experiencing homelessness or other social isolation for other reasons.
25/09/2023 £250 £503,626 READING REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUP As requested by the fund holder towards the organisation's work of supporting asylum seekers and refugees in Berkshire to rebuild their lives by offering a range of support such as Advice and Practical Help. An OISC accredited Solicitor and Caseworkers offer free, confidential advice and practical help with everything from Immigration Status, Benefits, Housing, Healthcare, Mental Health, and more.
21/09/2023 £5,000 REBEL GIRLS CLUB A weekly wellbeing drop-in support service in Fishponds for women.
21/09/2023 £1,000 £2,194,381 OTR - BRISTOL As directed by the donors towards the organisation's core costs. This is the third year of funding.
21/09/2023 £5,000 TRINITY CARE SERVICE To continue and extend support to members of this lunch club for older people and their carers, reducing social isolation and promoting independence.
21/09/2023 £250 £13,387,000 INDEPENDENT AGE A donor directed grant to support the work of Independent Age which enables older people to live independently and live well by providing high quality advice & information services, befriending & support services and campaigning work on behalf of older people and their families.
21/09/2023 £5,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE We are seeking a grant to support our Crisis Fund which will provide emergency support for young people presenting as homeless and for those affected by energy poverty.
21/09/2023 £250 £1,374,927 SOCIAL FARMS & GARDENS A donor directed grant towards the charity's work which includes; guiding, inspiring, advising, showcasing and representing hundreds of groups and organisations right across the UK.
19/09/2023 £1,500 SEA MILLS AM DRAM GROUP For a community panto, provided free to local people.
19/09/2023 £5,000 SHEBA SOUL ENSEMBLE To work in 5 primary schools delivering workshops exploring Black musical history and delivering 5 performances of the Anansi production to South Gloucestershire KS2 children.
19/09/2023 £5,000 £200,579 PROJECT MAMA For core costs to enable the group to sustain its one-to-one support service and drop-in for women from a migrant background who are vulnerable during pregnancy and early parenthood.
19/09/2023 £9,535 £144,684 CONISTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION For building works to improve services to the community and put the community centre on a firm financial footing by creating more rental spaces.
19/09/2023 £4,905 RED TENT PROJECT A creative and horticultural project, offering meaningful activities to empower marginalised women to learn new skills, with the primary aim to improve social connection, mental health and well-being.
19/09/2023 £4,000 £33,540 WICKWAR YOUTH CENTRE For a nutritious winter food programme, teaching young people how to make affordable meals for their families at this youth club in South Gloucestershire.
19/09/2023 £5,000 KENDLESHIRE KIDS FOUNDATION To support 30 young people experiencing trauma using golf, mentoring and therapeutic activities to improve mental health and wellbeing.
19/09/2023 £4,000 £83,931 EVOLVE MUSIC For 'Dads Rock' in Bath and Radstock - interactive group based music sessions for dads experiencing isolation and mental ill health and their young children.
19/09/2023 £840 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé AND CYCLE PROJECT CIC For two laptops, one for use in coordinating the project's cafe and one for the cycle project.
18/09/2023 £250 KUMON WESTBURY-ON-TRYM As requested by the donor.
18/09/2023 £500 £484,108 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE As requested by the donor towards the Preludes project
14/09/2023 £471 NOVA SPORTS AND COACHING For an open-invitation wheelchair basketball 'have-a-go' session, supported by the local Neighbourhood Policing Team and SARI during National Hate Crime Awareness Week, to raise awareness of disability hate crime.
14/09/2023 £135,000 £11,133,000 UK YOUTH As requested by the donor for the second year of a 3-year grant towards a partnership addressing digital poverty for young people.
14/09/2023 £971 ST NICHOLAS CHURCH To increase the range of outdoor activities to enhance the safe, supportive environment provided for young people at this community centre in Radstock.
14/09/2023 £3,000 £1,334,388 SWALLOW To organise cultural and educational trips out from the regular groups, to inspire creativity and encourage growth among the members of the group members with learning disabilities.
14/09/2023 £750 £296,850 THE HIVE COMMUNITY CENTRE Towards the salaries of the Youth Worker and a Youth Session Worker in Peasedown St John, in order to continue their valuable work.
14/09/2023 £1,500 YOUTH DROP-IN, ST PETER'S CHURCH To help provide equipment, hospitality and events for the young people who attend Youth drop-in at this church in Weston super Mare.
07/09/2023 £500 £553,026 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY As requested by the donor towards the work of the organisation in its mission "to be somewhere that everyone - from leading artists to first time gallery visitors - feels welcomed, valued and engaged."
07/09/2023 £50,000 £998,114 ST MARY REDCLIFFE CHURCH To undertake the role of a Community Hub for Redcliffe.
07/09/2023 £50,000 £369,604 ST WERBURGHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION To undertake the role of a Community Hub for St Werburghs.
07/09/2023 £50,000 £331,879 LOCKLEAZE NEIGHBOURHOOD TRUST To undertake the role of a Community Hub for Lockleaze.
07/09/2023 £3,729 £1,283,339 CARERS SUPPORT CENTRE For the South Gloucestershire 13 Up Club for young carers.
07/09/2023 £4,914 £225,002 LUX YOUTH PROJECT (BATH YOUTH FOR CHRIST) Toward an afterschool drop-in for 11-18-year-olds living in Whiteway and Southdown in Bath, providing a safe place that develops community, increases self-esteem, raises aspirations and tackles anti-social behaviour.
05/09/2023 £9,829 £152,425 CENTRE FOR DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE To reduce the isolation deaf people experience by providing support to understand more about their hearing loss and encouragement to use local resources, particularly those assisting with the cost-of-living crisis.
05/09/2023 £10,000 £369,604 ST WERBURGHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION For the Raking & Baking Project, engaging local people in growing food and cooking healthy meals, improving people’s wellbeing and counteracting isolation.
05/09/2023 £6,646 £207,359 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS An antenatal and wellbeing in pregnancy peer support group for people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, low mood and/or isolation.
31/08/2023 £2,240 BRISTOL GIG CLUB For membership fees for refugees and asylum seekers to enable them to join this rowing club in Bristol's Harbour alongside experienced rowers.
31/08/2023 £4,600 THE HAVEN For creative and health-based activities to support and empower greater health and wellbeing, social interaction, community cohesion and skill sharing in nature.
31/08/2023 £2,000 £411,931 BRAIN TUMOUR SUPPORT To resume community face to face support groups at Southmead Hospital and offer counselling for patients and families living with a brain tumour diagnosis.
23/08/2023 £3,000 AYEEYO AND AWOOWO DARYEEL To run monthly storytelling afternoons and a contribution toward trips out of the city for the benefit of isolated Somali older people.
23/08/2023 £240 STOKE PARK LINK FRIENDS For Link Friends activities at Kilvie House a residential care setting that benefits individuals with learning disabilities.
23/08/2023 £5,000 £417,340 SEND AND YOU Towards developing Community Ambassadors to assist in the group's work reaching under-represented, marginalised communities.
23/08/2023 £5,000 MURMURATION COMMUNITY THERAPY For three 8-week long nurture groups for parents of children with disabilities or neurodivergence over the first half of 2024.
23/08/2023 £621 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To subsidise the Stepping Forward Day Centre service who are individuals with learning disabilities.
23/08/2023 £1,680 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST Toward the cost of holidays for individuals with learning disabilities.
22/08/2023 £5,000 GROWING FUTURES A grant towards community healing towards supporting local young people in the wake of the fatal stabbing of Eddie King Muthemba in St Paul's in July 2023. Specifically it will fund "an event to celebrate Eddies life, providing a chance for young people to grieve in a safe space, including food, transport and the cost of a venue" costing £3k. The balance will allow the charity "to offer 121 or group sessions and fund 3 spaces for young people to go on an outward-bound trip".
21/08/2023 £5,060 £207,359 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS To establish a monthly online group to support Dads and Partners of women experiencing perinatal mental health issues or who are themselves experiencing anxiety and depression.
17/08/2023 £5,000 COEXIST COMMUNITY KITCHEN CIC To cook on average 150 Community Meals every week to distribute for free to those in the community facing food insecurity and poverty.
17/08/2023 £4,823 £855,696 CARERS CENTRE B&NES (CARE NETWORK) For term time clubs for young carers hiring local activity experts and offering activities such as arts, music, yoga, and wellness programs to support their well-being and personal growth and to give them a break from caring.
17/08/2023 £5,000 £220,499 BRISTOL HOSPITALITY NETWORK Towards the running of the Welcome Centre for refugees and asylum seekers, providing a hot meal, English classes, bike workshop and volunteering opportunities.
17/08/2023 £5,000 BLACK MOTHERS MATTER CIC Towards the annual rent for this organisation which supports Black women and their families facing inequalities and barriers during pregnancy and birth.
16/08/2023 £250 £132,492 BRISTOL AND WALES CAT RESCUE As requested by the donor, a donation in memory of a colleague, towards the work of a small and friendly group of volunteers dedicated to finding loving homes for cats and kittens in need. They rescue, foster and rehome hundreds of cats every year across the South West and Wales, cats that have been badly treated, abandoned or just unwanted.
15/08/2023 £10,000 NAOS Beyond the Border Project: Therapeutic support to young people 17-30 that have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)/Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) or present with similar behaviours (undiagnosed)
14/08/2023 £400 £23,836 BRISTOL DOWN SYNDROME TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of Bristol Down Syndrome Trust, a charity that provides speech and language therapy to children from the age of 18 months who have Down Syndrome. The therapy is provided in small groups of up to six children. Groups run every other week in school term time.
10/08/2023 £4,716 SEVERNSIDE COMMUNITY RAIL PARTNERSHIP For facilitated trips on local trains to targeted groups with perceived barriers to rail travel, helping underrepresented communities build confidence to travel independently.
10/08/2023 £5,000 £285,811 HAWKSPRING For the group's family services supporting recovery clients, children and families affected by addiction and domestic violence, through one-to-one sessions, groups and workshops.
10/08/2023 £4,940 HARTCLIFFE CITY FARM LTD To make improvements to the main event space at the Farm and host Hartcliffe Harvest Festival, a county-show style event on a weekend day in October.
10/08/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL TREE CRAFT C.I.C. For the provision of free-to-access woodcraft sessions, establishing new partnerships and developing existing ones, and for business development and marketing.
10/08/2023 £4,809 £185,420 BOURNE CHRISTIAN CENTRE (BOURNE FAMILY PROJECT) For family wellbeing services including affordable adult counselling, money advice and cooking courses and children's creative therapy.
09/08/2023 £10,000 £2,297,573 BREAKING BARRIERS As directed by the donor towards helping refugees living in the UK rebuild their lives through education, training and employment.
09/08/2023 £250 £4,029,257 LONGFIELD COMMUNITY HOSPICE A donation towards the work of Longfield Hospice to provide a range of free services to adults in Gloucestershire with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families, to help them live well with their illness and to support people who have been bereaved.
08/08/2023 £5,000 £755,968 OFF THE RECORD - BANES To employ a sessional worker to support the running of a weekly LGBTQ+ youth group and one-to-one sessions with young people.
07/08/2023 £250 £37,542 THE CIAO FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the work of CiaO which provides aid, funding, practical support & encouragement to individuals whose life circumstances, health or injuries have resulted in them facing seemingly insurmountable challenges and help them achieve their goals.
07/08/2023 £130 £878,277 THE ZACCHAEUS 2000 TRUST As requested by the donor towards debt, benefits money advice to relieve or prevent poverty of Londoners.
04/08/2023 £600 £175,063 BLACK2NATURE To facilitate an opportunity for children and young people from urban environments to access the countryside through a partnership approach.
04/08/2023 £4,247 £329,423 PORTISHEAD YOUTH CENTRE To provide funded places for the group's summer holiday activities and trips for those who might not otherwise be able to attend.
04/08/2023 £4,973 £381,976 JACK HAZELDINE FOUNDATION To maintain and further develop an outdoor learning space, The JHF Orchard, for mentoring sessions and for use by community partners.
04/08/2023 £4,776 MOVE FREE CIC To provide capoeira classes for asylum seekers living in hotels to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
02/08/2023 £5,000 £646,135 AGE UK SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE Towards the group's core running costs which have increased this year.
02/08/2023 £5,000 £107,920 MAKE A MOVE To continue running weekly face-to-face sessions using music and movement for older people to improve their mobility, mental health and to facilitate participants to socialise regularly.
02/08/2023 £5,000 MAYK For a series of workshops for older residents of Barton Hill and St Anne's, exploring the development of co-created performance projects.
02/08/2023 £5,000 NAILSEA & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT To assist with increased running costs due to the impact of economic circumstances so the group can continue to keep people connected to services and social opportunities.
01/08/2023 £1,000 £70,108 VINE COUNSELLING AND PASTORAL SERVICES To purchase new laptops and a new printer and load all necessary software as part of the set up
01/08/2023 £4,590 CREATIVESHIFT Arts on Referral, a critical mental health service providing creative activities and therapeutic support for socially isolated individuals, designed to work with and for marginalised and underrepresented communities
01/08/2023 £4,933 £142,336 YOUNG CARERS DEVELOPMENT TRUST Towards our core activities of 13 young carers starting the 4-year programme Autumn 2023 and the YAC Aspirations Conference in 2024 at UWE.
27/07/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL HORN YOUTH CONCERN (BHYC) To employ an additional youth worker and a small project team to support young people to tackle the escalating rise of youth violence and antisocial behaviour
27/07/2023 £2,850 £134,180 BATH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDATION Awareness raising workshops on knife crime and serious violence in 4 secondary schools across Bath
27/07/2023 £3,900 £131,373 OASIS COMMUNITY HUB NORTH BRISTOL Towards the running costs of our weekly Open Access Youth Club in Lawrence Weston
27/07/2023 £5,000 £361,690 ACTA To create a community theatre performance on the theme of crime and personal safety
27/07/2023 £2,500 £8,033,649 THE NELSON TRUST To offer brief interventions and targeted programmes to women at risk of exploitation and involvement with the criminal justice system, through group delivery.
27/07/2023 £5,000 £296,850 THE HIVE COMMUNITY CENTRE Towards youth work provision
27/07/2023 £5,000 £1,858,190 YOUTH CONNECT SOUTH WEST To develop a program of workshops and activities primarily targeted at young Black and Ethnic minority young people
27/07/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE "Time to change” will use a combination of detached youth work sessions and a range of workshops and focus groups to engage the most marginalised young people who are at risk to involve criminal activities.
26/07/2023 £3,990 £39,599 CPRE AVON & BRISTOL Toward the Rooftop Revolution campaign that will engage district groups and Parish councils to lobby local, regional and national government for planning policy, housing regulations, resources and action that supports rooftop renewables.
26/07/2023 £1,500 £825,815 BRIDGE FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the provision of psychotherapy and counselling for individuals, children and families.
26/07/2023 £300 BANNERMAN ROAD COMMUNITY ACADEMY As approved by the High Sheriff of Bristol towards a rural residential trip for children
24/07/2023 £4,000 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST Towards the costs of expanding the group's community food growing project to enable increased food growing on the Ardagh site by local volunteers.
20/07/2023 £2,500 £27,439 LONG ASHTON YOUTH CLUB Towards a summer holiday activity programme for young people aged 9 to 16 years.
20/07/2023 £5,000 LOVEWELL Towards the 'Work Well' training programme, supporting marginalised women in Bristol far from the employment market into employment, further education or training.
20/07/2023 £3,750 JAMAICA STREET STUDIOS CIC A series of free to access workshops for the Stokes Croft community who may not normally be able to access creative activities.
20/07/2023 £5,000 NORTH SOMERSET PARENT CARERS WORKING TOGETHER (NSPCWT) Towards delivering wellbeing sessions over a six month period for parent carers of children with additional needs living in North Somerset.
20/07/2023 £5,000 £82,910 IGNITE LIFE Towards the core costs of the mentoring and counselling service for young people experiencing challenges and disadvantage in South Gloucestershire.
20/07/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE For football sessions and healthy lifestyles workshops with girls from Black and minoritised communities.
19/07/2023 £250 £13,607 FRIENDS OF ST MARY'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder towards the work of the school's Parent Teacher Association.
18/07/2023 £4,000 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT Toward the installation of energy-efficient lighting in the Wellspring Settlement building that provides important community services in the Lawrence Hill area.
18/07/2023 £4,000 CHEESE PROJECT - COLD HOMES ENERGY EFFICIENCY SURVEY EXPERTS To provide 10 free thermal imaging surveys for householders identified as living in fuel poverty and to subsequently assist them with applying for remedial work in their homes.
18/07/2023 £4,000 BRISTOL FOOD PRODUCERS NETWORK LIMITED For the refurbishment and upgrade of a cargo electric trike to be used for the delivery of vegetables from a Hengrove-based community market garden to food banks and members of a local community veg bag scheme.
18/07/2023 £3,965 ECO-CENTRE CBS LIMITED For an innovative outreach project helping people in Bridgewater save carbon and live more sustainably by helping individuals and communities to draw up tailored action plans and collective schemes.
18/07/2023 £3,880 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 For training for the Heart of BS13 e-cargo bike rider team to learn mechanical maintenance and servicing skills in support of the group's mobile fresh food shop and green-waste collection and composting services that operate in Hartcliffe and Withywood.
18/07/2023 £4,000 £331,879 LOCKLEAZE NEIGHBOURHOOD TRUST For a gardener to deliver a programme of community food and nature growing sessions including weekly open sessions that will focus on permaculture gardening with no dig to avoid releasing trapped carbon and sessions that will involve conversations about the Lockleaze climate action plan.
18/07/2023 £3,720 £1,307,053 TRINITY COMMUNITY ARTS LTD To develop the current garden programme which consists of Forest School Activities and Nature Play Activities to teach children and parents Green Skills and other practical skills, while also teaching them about climate change and sustainable living.
18/07/2023 £2,000 £32,145 YATTON VILLAGE HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE For the replacement of fluorescent lighting battens with LED equivalent units, to reduce the hall's carbon emissions and save on energy costs.
18/07/2023 £3,960 £822,951 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Toward replacing the lighting in Easton Community Centre with energy-efficient LED fittings to reduce the centre's carbon emissions, save money and demonstrate best practices for visitors and building tenants.
18/07/2023 £4,000 FRIENDS OF JUBILEE POOL For a feasibility study for solar panels (PV) and a solar thermal system, project planning for the replacement of the air handling unit (AHU) and the replacement of thermostat and heat exchanger at the community-owned swimming pool.
18/07/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL CHAPLAINCY To support the development and growth of the chaplaincy service in the Bristol Crown Courts, and to investigate the need for a similar service in the Magistrates Courts.
17/07/2023 £3,000 £178,217 BRICKS BRISTOL To enable 12 highly experienced and local learning-disabled artists to contribute artwork to the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive.
17/07/2023 £1,000 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST For a gentle dance movement therapy group benefiting individuals with learning disabilities, to help them develop a positive and healthy relationship with their physical wellbeing.
17/07/2023 £2,400 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST Towards the cost of a bike mechanic for the Warmley Wheelers accessible bike project.
14/07/2023 £5,000 £140,813 HANDSTAND ARTS CIO For a targeted programme of activity to increase access to Circus City for a wider audience specifically Neurodiverse, D/deaf and Disabled Audiences and young people from lower socio-economic groups.
14/07/2023 £4,953 THREEFOLD THEATRE CIC Building partnerships and working on long term sustainability (originally agreed for weekly theatre performance groups for young people).
13/07/2023 £500 UNIQUE VOICE As directed by the donor towards their Summer Appeal
13/07/2023 £5,000 REPARATIONS BRISTOL CIC For a weekly youth club at St Werburghs Community Centre for young people aged 11-16 years with an African Caribbean background who are at risk of not achieving full education or employment.
11/07/2023 £250 £251,660,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT As directed by the donor towards to providing specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer, as well as looking at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigning for better cancer care.
11/07/2023 £5,000 £71,141 GROW FOR LIFE To provide social therapeutic horticulture sessions in small groups for people who are experiencing mental health difficulties, including depression, anxiety, loneliness and low self-esteem.
11/07/2023 £300 SPRINGFIELD COMMUNITY ALLOTMENTS As approved by the High Sheriff towards providing a safe space for young people who suffer from mental health issues.
11/07/2023 £900 YOUNG BRISTOL As approved by the High Sheriff towards BS14 Stockwood Youth Club, Ashton Vale Club for Young People and The Grove at Bedminster Down.
11/07/2023 £446 £2,390,431 WALLACE & GROMIT’S CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards The Grand Appeal which supports families with children at Bristol Children's hospital by providing family accommodation and funds medical research and equipment, music, play and art therapy and enhancing the environment with art to create a fun, stimulating and comforting space.
11/07/2023 £7,000 £1,382,547 BATH PRESERVATION TRUST Fresh Art @ brings together museums, art galleries, mental health and support organisations, giving participants unique opportunities to explore their own creativity, improving wellbeing and increasing independence and cultural connections.
11/07/2023 £5,000 £146,475 TRAUMA RECOVERY CENTRE To subsidise 1:1 therapy sessions for children and young people aged 3-25 who have experienced complex trauma, alongside therapeutic parenting support for their parents/carers.
11/07/2023 £250 £640,845,146 CANCER RESEARCH UK As directed by the donor towards Cancer Research UK's work to prevent, control and cure cancer through ground-breaking research.
11/07/2023 £300 FILWOOD RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION to engage children, teenagers and familiies in workshops (making bird boxes, weaving etc) on the community garden over the summer holidays.
06/07/2023 £100 £621,643 SPRINGBOARD OPPORTUNITY GROUP Jane Falkander Award for individual volunteer. Nominated by Springboard as part of NSCP Grants Programme
05/07/2023 £5,000 MWANZO PROJECT CIC Towards a programme of workshops and activities for young people at risk of, or involved in, youth offending and criminal exploitation.
03/07/2023 £11,765 £822,951 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Toward a small community grant programme and for the cost of opening Easton Community Centre on Saturdays over 12 months.
29/06/2023 £500 £553,026 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY Towards ‘Scribble & Sketch’ creative sessions for young people
29/06/2023 £5,000 £136,391 THE SILVERLINING (BRAIN INJURY) CHARITY Toward the cost of the Bristol and Bath Silverlining hub which aims to rehabilitate and provide volunteering opportunities to all those affected by brain injury.
29/06/2023 £5,000 £34,241 TIME BANK PLUS To support a community-based weekly Lunch Club, which offers a nutritious home-cooked meal and a stimulating activity programme to older people in the Twerton area.
29/06/2023 £5,000 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES A contribution towards the costs of the project manager for the RefuLingua project supporting refugees to gain paid work experience teaching their native language.
29/06/2023 £4,980 OSPREY OUTDOORS COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY For activity days including conservation, gardening and bike maintenance for long-term unemployed and those living with mental health problems.
29/06/2023 £3,000 YOUNG AT H'ART To provide arts and crafts sessions for older people in Barton Hill, targeting people who may be isolated, bereaved, disabled or on low incomes.
28/06/2023 £1,000 £175,063 BLACK2NATURE To take young people into nature to undertake different activities to teach them the importance of the local environment and for their physical and mental wellbeing.
28/06/2023 £1,890 UPPER FROME FRIENDS GROUP Towards equipment and waterside safety training to support safe volunteer working at the river Frome in the Yate area.
28/06/2023 £1,970 £70,841 MEADOW VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION For a Community Gardening Project which will create new wildflower and food production raised beds at Meadow Vale Community Centre.
28/06/2023 £5,000 £329,423 PORTISHEAD YOUTH CENTRE Support, chat, socialisation and activity-based sessions to support senior citizens out of isolation; to help them make new friends, meet with other likeminded people and develop weekly routines and structure.
28/06/2023 £2,000 SOMER VALLEY HEALTH AND RESTORATION PROJECT (SVHARP To add a pond, land drains and fruit trees to this community garden in Midsomer Norton.
28/06/2023 £2,000 HORFIELD COMMON COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To run a series of practical workshops to engage local people of all ages in activities which focus on climate change, its solutions and how to reduce its impact, culminating with the painting of a mural.
28/06/2023 £2,000 HARTCLIFFE CITY FARM LTD To create a wildlife pond with local volunteers in the learning and therapy garden, increasing biodiversity, improving wellbeing and relieving pressure from flooding.
28/06/2023 £500 BS3 WILDLIFE GROUP To buy plants in order to transform a grassed area in Windmill Hill into a wildlife friendly community garden using local volunteers.
28/06/2023 £2,000 £71,141 GROW FOR LIFE For additional water storage, improved irrigation, pond installation, and purchase of trees, plants and seeds for the Walled Garden, which is used for social therapeutic horticulture.
28/06/2023 £2,000 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST To purchase and install rainwater capture equipment across the site to reduce the use of mains water for watering the community gardens.
28/06/2023 £2,000 SUSTAINABLE THORNBURY Towards replanting a wildflower meadow, planting more trees and litter picking at the stream at Thornbury Community Orchard.
28/06/2023 £2,000 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 To install guttering, water storage and a pump system to harvest rain water in the market garden at Hartcliffe City Farm.
28/06/2023 £1,810 £249,431 ALL-ABOARD WATERSPORTS For equipment needed to run regular, year round, water based litter picking activities to help clear floating rubbish from the water in Bristol harbour.
28/06/2023 £1,000 £12,213 ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Towards establishing a Forest School within the grounds of this school in Keynsham.
28/06/2023 £1,000 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder to support the work of Weston Foodbank. This is an additional donation (to the annual grant) requested by the outgoing WSM Rotary President.
28/06/2023 £1,000 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder to support the work of Weston Foodbank. This is an additional donation (to the annual grant) requested by the outgoing WSM Rotary President.
28/06/2023 £1,250 FRIENDS OF THE AVON NEW CUT To build wooden planters at Butterfly Junction to plant drought resistant herbs that will enhance the biodiversity and environment near the Avon New Cut.
28/06/2023 £1,400 CHARLCOMBE TOAD RESCUE GROUP To support the amphibian conservation work of this group of volunteers.
28/06/2023 £750 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS Towards seed planting sessions at the Vench teaching children with additional needs and disabilities about growing their own wild flowers and plants.
28/06/2023 £2,000 BROWN ROCK COMMUNITY GARDEN CIC To create a rainwater capture system to irrigate Brown Rock Community Garden in Tickenham.
28/06/2023 £2,000 £377,228 STEP TOGETHER VOLUNTEERING Towards the group's allotment project in Bishopsworth, a safe space to support 16-25 year olds with multiple complex needs.
28/06/2023 £3,500 £110,510 EXPLORE To deliver relationship education sessions within alternative learning settings and youth organisations in Bristol, and launch this work in South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and BANES.
28/06/2023 £1,200 TUCKING MILL TOAD PATROL Towards equipment for this Toad Patrol Group, which recover and relocate to safety the amphibians which use the roads during their migratory season.
28/06/2023 £2,000 £12,864 HAZELNUT COMMUNITY FARM To develop a seed library containing English heirloom seeds and seeds for vegetables that reflect the diversity in the East Bristol area.
28/06/2023 £1,526 CORSTON COMMUNITY ORCHARD To build a pond to further enhance the biodiversity and beauty of Corston Community Orchard for the benefit of wildlife and local people.
28/06/2023 £445 LAND YEO FRIENDS To fund equipment and insurance to enable Land Yeo Friends to remove brambles, buddleia etc on riverbanks by the river in Clevedon.
26/06/2023 £100 £15,130,287 DEMENTIA UK A donation, as requested by the donor, towards Dementia UK, the only specialist dementia nursing charity that is there for the whole family, working towards a day when no one has to face dementia alone. Specialist nurses, known as Admiral Nurses, provide life-changing advice and support, to anyone affected by dementia, whenever it is needed, free-of-charge.
26/06/2023 £250 £640,845,146 CANCER RESEARCH UK As directed by the donor towards Cancer Research UK's work to prevent, control and cure cancer through ground-breaking research.
23/06/2023 £750 £45,118,000 SCOPE As directed by the donor towards the debt advice service.
22/06/2023 £5,000 £2,914,116 MIND IN SOMERSET To provide a weekly "Community Day" and peer support project where residents of North Somerset can seek mental health information and support, for themselves and their families and reduce social-isolation.
22/06/2023 £10,000 REFUGEES WELCOME NORTH SOMERSET Homework club to support learning of asylum seeking, refugee and migrant children and young people in North Somerset, with a particular focus on those who have fled Ukraine.
22/06/2023 £15,960 £621,643 SPRINGBOARD OPPORTUNITY GROUP To fund Family Practitioner Support hours for families of children with disabilities aged birth to 5.
22/06/2023 £4,980 £147,594 INNS COURT COMMUNITY CENTRE (THE MEDE) To employ a part-time Family Support Worker to build relationships with local families and to signpost to other support services.
22/06/2023 £20,000 £116,045 XTND- IMPROVING FUTURES To enable XTND to continue out of school provision for local children, to make it accessible to those who need it particularly at risk/vulnerable children, low income working families.
22/06/2023 £10,000 REAL SOUTH WEST COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY T/A PROUD BAR DISCO project - a safe place for individuals with profound learning disabilities and their carers to have social engagement to support health and well-being
22/06/2023 £8,359 WANTED NOT WASTED (WOW) C.I.C To continue provide a drop in base from the WOW Shop to deliver groups and one to one support to children aged 5-18 years.
22/06/2023 £5,000 £377,228 STEP TOGETHER VOLUNTEERING To expand the team of peer ambassadors within the 'Young People's Brighter Futures' project in Bristol.
22/06/2023 £5,000 £79,474 EMPOWERING FUTURES For building alterations and to connect essential services for this Care Farm's building in South Gloucestershire, supporting disabled people and people experiencing mental health difficulties.
21/06/2023 £3,000 £107,920 MAKE A MOVE To work with selected Fosse Way Special School children to improve their mental and physical well-being, confidence, social skills, peer relationships, and educational attainment through music and movement.
21/06/2023 £12,900 £1,167,741 AGE UK BRISTOL Towards the development of the Bristol Ageing Better Alliance (6 local voluntary organisations) as a vehicle for collaboration, building resilience and influence for the Older People's VCS.
20/06/2023 £4,435 £134,180 BATH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDATION For 6 months' funding for the Communications Coordinator to increase the group's community engagement.
20/06/2023 £5,000 £142,590 CAN'T SIT STILL A weekly creative club for autistic girls and non-binary people aged 11-16 years old in Kingswood.
20/06/2023 £5,000 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD For a monthly walking group and social activities for people living with young onset dementia in North Somerset, improving wellbeing, reducing social isolation and facilitating the creation of peer support networks.
19/06/2023 £500 £114,497 GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY As request by the donor in support of Michael Dobson's Appeal.
16/06/2023 £2,625 £17,236,957 CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
16/06/2023 £900 £628,843 TROWBRIDGE DEBT ADVICE SERVICE As directed by the donor towards the debt advice service.
16/06/2023 £5,000 £13,761,975 MONEY ADVICE TRUST As advised by donor towards debt advice.
16/06/2023 £1,100 £628,843 MELKSHAM CMA As directed by donor towards debt advice services.
15/06/2023 £1,000 £173,703 DOLPHIN SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's work supporting elderly people within the city and surrounding area.
15/06/2023 £1,000 £108,498 GRATEFUL SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's work supporting elderly people within the city and surrounding area.
15/06/2023 £2,000 £589,610 MARGARET PYKE TRUST A charity working in the UK, Africa and Asia specialising in contraception and reproductive health. Providing clinical training; health education; supporting academic research; raising awareness of the links between population dynamics, reproductive health and rights and other development priorities; and managing projects integrating reproductive health services with other interventions.
15/06/2023 £1,000 £215,573 ANCHOR SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's work in partnership with many organisations and charities to support vulnerable isolated and lonely older people in Bristol and the surrounding area.
14/06/2023 £900 HOPE DEBT ADVICE SERVICE As directed by donor towards debt advice.
14/06/2023 £550 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE As requested by the donor towards advice and support for people in South Bristol.
14/06/2023 £1,000 £158,322 GRACE ADVOCACY As directed by donor towards debt advice.
14/06/2023 £3,000 £1,017,542 FAITHWORKS WESSEX As directed by donor towards debt advice.
14/06/2023 £5,000 ROOM 13 HARECLIVE To work with the children involved in the group to co-create a new website as a platform for children’s creativity, artwork and voice in the community.
14/06/2023 £5,000 ST PAULS CARNIVAL (CIC) BRISTOL Towards additional activities during the carnival period including the Windrush 75 Human Library, two film screenings and the Elders' Brunch.
14/06/2023 £500 £82,910 IGNITE LIFE As requested by the donor towards debt advice.
14/06/2023 £10,047 £1,399,917 SOUTHERN BROOKS COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP To create a welcoming, friendly allotment space where people can relax and thrive, learning about nature, biodiversity, the growing cycle, food production and cooking, in a safe and inclusive way
13/06/2023 £4,550 £732,544 CITIZENS ADVICE CENTRAL DORSET As advised by donor towards debt advice.
13/06/2023 £4,200 £159,491 CITIZENS ADVICE WEST SOMERSET As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
13/06/2023 £825 £400,639 ST PAULS ADVICE CENTRE ASSOCIATION As advised by donor towards debt advice.
13/06/2023 £2,750 £244,894 CITIZENS ADVICE BRIDPORT AND DISTRICT As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
13/06/2023 £3,000 £553,309 CITIZENS ADVICE TAUNTON As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
13/06/2023 £4,550 £531,104 CITIZENS ADVICE SEDGEMOOR As directed by donor towards debt advice work.
13/06/2023 £4,875 £521,590 TALKING MONEY As directed by the donor towards debt advice work
12/06/2023 £975 £580,915 NAVIGATE CIO As advised by donor towards debt advice.
12/06/2023 £2,100 £480,105 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE As advised by donor towards debt advice.
12/06/2023 £3,900 SOUTH AND EAST BRISTOL FOODBANK As directed by the donor towards South & East Bristol Foodbank's provision on debt advice.
09/06/2023 £42,436 £849,834 ARNOS VALE CEMETERY TRUST Annual income in full from their endowment fund to support their core activities
09/06/2023 £28,034 £849,834 ARNOS VALE CEMETERY TRUST Annual income in full from their endowment fund to support their core activities
09/06/2023 £5,000 £17,843 EDUCATIONAL ACTION CHALLENGING HOMOPHOBIA (EACH) Towards a helpline for LGBTQ+ young people and to publicise this support in local schools.
09/06/2023 £50,959 YOUNG BRISTOL Annual income from their endowment fund to support their core activity.
09/06/2023 £2,500 £1,307,053 TRINITY COMMUNITY ARTS LTD "A Locals Guide to St Pauls" - a new place-based arts project that will uncover and celebrate the hidden corners and stories of St Pauls and its African Caribbean communities.
07/06/2023 £18,000 £900,640 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET Providing Cost of Living grants to people over retirement age in Bath & North East Somerset
07/06/2023 £32,280 £2,614,997 ARA We are proposing a two-year pilot to introduce Peer Gambling Mentors into HMP Bristol
07/06/2023 £6,900 SECOND STEP To formalise the structure of the new mental health VCSE alliance for the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area
06/06/2023 £3,000 SEED SESSIONS Towards a 3-month programme of music, counselling sessions and studio time for young men in Bristol.
06/06/2023 £5,000 £19,954 BUTTERFLIES-HAVEN Funding towards the annual cost of running Butterflies Haven who provide support to children and teenagers who are affected by Autism.
06/06/2023 £1,500 KINGSWOOD HISTORY SOCIETY Towards the annual outing of this History Society which supports older people in South Gloucestershire.
06/06/2023 £4,495 YATE & DISTRICT ATHLETIC CLUB For athletics sessions for adults with additional needs in South Gloucestershire, in order to develop self-confidence and improve wellbeing.
06/06/2023 £2,500 £20,737 SHOPMOBILITY SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE To promote the service in the local area, particularly focussing on linking with community transport organisations.
06/06/2023 £4,200 1ST IMPRESSIONS (BATH) CIC To further expand their services supporting women to prepare and dress for interviews in pop-up boutiques across B&NES and Bristol.
05/06/2023 £18,000 £789,399 SOUTHSIDE FAMILY PROJECT To manage hardship grants for vulnerable families and individuals in disadvantaged communities across Bath and North East Somerset for Cost of Living and Warm Home Support.
05/06/2023 £1,500 £330,828 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) Towards the Filton Pollinator Project, working with students from UWE.
05/06/2023 £1,000 £1,675,881 LONDON LEGAL SUPPORT TRUST As requested by the donor towards fair access to legal services in London and the South East.
05/06/2023 £18,000 £7,719,903 JULIAN HOUSE We are seeking funding for cost of living and warm home financial support for people sleeping rough, single homeless people and the gypsy, roma, travelling and boater communities in B&NES.
05/06/2023 £1,000 £34,442 SOUTH WESTMINSTER LEGAL ADVICE CENTRE As requested by the donor towards the work of SWLAC a group of volunteer lawyers providing free legal advice that sims to empower clients to resolve contentious and non-contentious issues.
05/06/2023 £1,250 £445,295 FEEDING BRISTOL Towards the Hartcliffe Nursery growing project.
05/06/2023 £18,000 £1,034,053 BATH & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE To provide grants to B&NES residents to offer direct financial support with cost of living and maintaining a warm home
05/06/2023 £1,000 £6,435,318 CITIZENS UK As directed by the donor (paid via Citizens UK) towards the work of Westbury Welcome an organisation which is committed to welcoming refugee families into the area through the government’s Community Sponsorship programme; under the guidance of the Home Office; in cooperation with Bristol City Council; and in partnership with national charities Citizens UK and Sponsor Refugees
05/06/2023 £18,000 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK To address the current, post Covid and and cost of living impacting on health of health, wellbeing and welfare of those living under the radar of services.
02/06/2023 £4,500 £576,992 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As requested by the donor towards debt advice work.
02/06/2023 £500 £539,379 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
02/06/2023 £6,875 £808,661 CITIZENS ADVICE MENDIP As requested by the donor towards debt advice.
02/06/2023 £900 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE As requested by donor towards debt advice work.
02/06/2023 £8,700 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
02/06/2023 £1,500 £604,400 BRISTOL NORTH WEST FOODBANK As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
02/06/2023 £3,525 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE As advised by donor towards debt advice.
02/06/2023 £7,500 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Ad directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
01/06/2023 £3,500 THE FISHING PROJECT To continue the Pier Education program, supporting young people in South Bristol through the sport of angling.
01/06/2023 £4,948 £415,981 VOLUNTARY ACTION NORTH SOMERSET To purchase the Lamplight software to record interactions with clients for the Step Forward program which supports anyone who faces challenges or barriers to access the group's online volunteer centre.
01/06/2023 £1,000 BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT KEYNSHAM To continue the drop in bereavement services at least twice a month.
01/06/2023 £4,725 BRISTOL YOGA ROOTS PROJECT To deliver trauma community yoga classes at Aid Box Community, a support and sanctuary centre for refugees and people seeking asylum in Bristol.
01/06/2023 £4,553 £57,079 MORE TREES FOR BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET For the set-up and to support the running of 3 school tree nurseries in local schools in Twerton, Whiteway and Radstock and relocate the group's central hub nursery to Twerton.
01/06/2023 £21,450 £894,097 CITIZENS ADVICE SOUTH SOMERSET As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
31/05/2023 £98,363 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND A third of the annual income from the Bank of Ireland UK Community Giving Fund, as directed by the donor.
31/05/2023 £98,363 £10,805,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION A third of the annual income from the Bank of Ireland UK Community Giving Fund, as directed by the donor.
31/05/2023 £29,370 £1,389,831 WECIL LTD Funding to ensure continued provision for the Play and Youth Sector between the June and October period.
30/05/2023 £544 £169,563 AVON NEEDS TREES As requested by the donor towards the creation of new permanent woodlands
26/05/2023 £10,725 £1,028,567 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £16,200 £1,486,068 CITIZENS ADVICE WILTSHIRE As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £11,400 £805,340 CITIZENS ADVICE IN EAST DORSET AND PURBECK As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £10,725 £257,504 SOUTH BRISTOL ADVICE SERVICES As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £17,554 £59,938,000 STEPCHANGE As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £32,025 £1,034,053 BATH & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE As directed by donor towards debt advice work.
26/05/2023 £27,950 £2,696,019 CITIZENS ADVICE BOURNEMOUTH CHRISTCHURCH & POOLE As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
24/05/2023 £2,298 £50,365 INSPIRE TRUST To offer Streetdance sessions for children from JIGSAW Thornbury a charity that works with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities.
24/05/2023 £2,250 £10,531 COMMUNITY AT 67 To replace a shutter at the front of this group's premises. The group provides a base for community groups to meet as well as hiring out the space to groups such as Community Learning.
24/05/2023 £5,000 AXIS TRAMPOLINE CLUB To extend the group's disability and additional needs offering to the local community, offering classes during the day to individuals of all ages and abilities.
24/05/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL FUTURE TALENT PARTNERSHIP A contribution toward the cost of marketing (website design), and support for charities/not-for-profits to run work experience placements and employment/careers events.
24/05/2023 £5,000 £178,217 BRICKS BRISTOL For staff and core costs to collaborate with residents to deliver community led activity and shape the future of St Annes House.
23/05/2023 £600 BARTS CANCER INSTITUTE (BCI) As directed by the donor towards the Barry Reed Cancer Research Fund at Barts Cancer Institute, for an advert in their charity concert programme.
23/05/2023 £250 £2,194,381 OTR - BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards OTR Bristol's provision of mental health support, education and community development to young people aged 11 to 25.
23/05/2023 £250 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS As directed by the donor towards Bristol Refugee Rights' work supporting asylum seekers and refugees to build a safe life in the UK.
23/05/2023 £10,000 £480,105 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE To support vulnerable older people struggling financially due to the cost of living crisis to secure their legal entitlements and maximise their income, improving their wellbeing.
23/05/2023 £250 £41,950,000 DIABETES UK As directed by the donor towards Diabetes UK's work to prevent Type 2 diabetes, campaign for and support everyone affected by diabetes, and fund research that will one day lead to a cure.
23/05/2023 £5,000 £147,594 INNS COURT COMMUNITY CENTRE (THE MEDE) As requested by the donor, a grant towards the work of Boing! Softplay Family Centre, which supports families of 0-5 year olds through quality softplay and café provision.
23/05/2023 £250 £297,300,000 BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards British Heart Foundation's cardiovascular research in the UK.
23/05/2023 £250 £640,845,146 CANCER RESEARCH UK As directed by the donor towards Cancer Research UK's work to prevent, control and cure cancer through ground-breaking research.
23/05/2023 £500 £174,932 MARMALADE TRUST As directed by the donor towards the Marmalade Trust's work raising awareness of loneliness and empowering people to make connections.
22/05/2023 £50,000 £979,536 THE GREEN HOUSE BRISTOL Core costs of a family support programme in 2023-4 and 2023-4 supporting children, families and those that work with them.
19/05/2023 £250 £1,988,720 SPECIAL EFFECT As directed by the donor towards
18/05/2023 £374 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR LANCASHIRE Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £2,727 £2,635,777 DEVON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £208 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £1,068 £2,340,688 WILTSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £3,748 EAST END COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £679 £2,280,979 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IN WALES Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £598 HEART OF ENGLAND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £1,427 £1,031,898 DORSET COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £409 £2,865,818 CORNWALL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £910 £734,394 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £2,649 SUFFOLK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £5,989 OXFORDSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
18/05/2023 £2,190 £5,772,993 SOMERSET COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
16/05/2023 £1,500 BRANCHES OUT CIC To provide a free weekly Forest School Stay and Play group for families with early years children in Hartcliffe and Withywood
11/05/2023 £10,000 BRISTOL HORN YOUTH CONCERN (BHYC) To develop a business plan, and develop staff and board leadership and competence in operations and finance.
11/05/2023 £2,500 £1,028,567 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU For two community engagement and development days in North Somerset to develop a clearer understanding of where funding should be targeted and support thriving healthy communities.
11/05/2023 £9,630 £175,063 BLACK2NATURE To rent a minibus that can be used for income generation through sub letting to other groups and organisations.
11/05/2023 £8,421 MUD PIE EXPLORERS CIC For team training and development to increase the capacity of the organisation, and a laptop and mobile phone.
11/05/2023 £9,996 £367,738 HOUSING MATTERS (FORMERLY CHAS BRISTOL) Towards the Communications Officer post, improving digital resources and making services more digitally accessible for service users.
11/05/2023 £9,940 £151,639 HEADWAY BATH Towards consultancy support for strategic development, governance and fundraising, and towards staff time to develop partnerships and collaborations.
11/05/2023 £9,676 OPEN MINDS ACTIVE LTD Investment in internal systems and processes, including a new IT system, volunteer coordination training and recruitment, plus development time for senior leaders to build capacity, fundraising and strategic partnerships.
11/05/2023 £9,982 £97,756 MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY Salary costs support to adapt, restructure and develop company skills during a transition period and for staff training.
11/05/2023 £9,694 £133,506 SWAN ADVICE NETWORK To contribute to the costs of a Development Officer, to update the website to appeal to a younger audience and to provide a replacement computer.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £102,902 TRAUMA FOUNDATION SOUTH WEST (TFSW) Towards the Head of Operations, to managing the ongoing organisational transition, completing strategic plans and working on fundraising; and the Administrative Coordinator who will increase supporters through their website and social media.
11/05/2023 £9,000 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM Funding staff time to turn the Farm's vision into a strategy and resilient business model, based on reflection, community and beneficiary co-design and outreach to under-represented communities.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £319,989 VISION NORTH SOMERSET Support for staff training and development and for communication of the new strategy.
11/05/2023 £10,000 ALL CYCLE BATH & WEST To establish a strong management lead to support operations, to improve finance processes, and to establish a new system for collecting feedback and ensuring inclusion and participation of service users.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £539,379 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT Towards the Peer Partnership’s Development & Training Manager, who will expand the use of peer support in Bristol and surrounds by working in partnership with other organisations.
11/05/2023 £3,250 £1,334,388 SWALLOW Towards developing a new strategic organisational plan to help maximise the charity's potential and ensure its longevity.
11/05/2023 £8,500 £54,157 HELPING HOMELESS BELIEVE For support worker costs to ensure set opening hours for the group's safe place and for staff training.
11/05/2023 £9,600 BRISTOL REFUGEE FESTIVAL Towards obtaining external fundraising expertise and capacity that will support the Board and senior staff with implementing a fundraising strategy and diversifying income streams.
11/05/2023 £5,000 SAFFRON RECORDS To provide fully funded and discounted places on DJ, music production, sound engineering and radio courses to those facing financial hardship.
11/05/2023 £3,000 £253,120 CHINESE COMMUNITY WELLBEING SOCIETY For staff development and training to ensure that staff other than the CEO are involved in fundraising, project delivery and report writing.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS Towards financial admin and social media and communications support to enable and underpin significant growth within Incredible Kids.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £82,910 IGNITE LIFE Towards a staff member who will prioritise funding, and new accounting software to strengthen resilience and continue adapting to change.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £121,099 BATH ETHNIC MINORITY SENIOR CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION To enable BEMSCA to strengthen its trustee board, update its constitution and deliver a robust governance and marketing plan reflecting the charity’s growth and impact in the community.
11/05/2023 £9,800 CENTRE FOR CAPACITY BUILDING & ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT Development of an innovative business strategy and plan to enable CCBED to provide sustainable services to tackle unemployment in deprived communities in Bristol.
11/05/2023 £9,994 IMAYLA For a Business Development Plan and Funding Strategy, to better equip Imayla with the skills and resources needed to build on current successes and effectively navigate the challenges being faced.
11/05/2023 £9,935 £79,474 EMPOWERING FUTURES Towards a Support Worker, administrative support, and some ICT equipment, which will allow time for existing staff to develop the organisation's services and strategically plan.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £411,931 BRAIN TUMOUR SUPPORT Professional scoping, development and implementation of a new website platform, providing a more intuitive user experience and robust integration of a CRM system.
11/05/2023 £10,000 DET ENTERTAINMENT To train staff with writing funding applications, purchasing new software and equipment.
11/05/2023 £9,100 £822,951 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST For a staff and board training and development programme during 2023/24 focusing on staff resilience, morale and skills development - and to refresh the strategic delivery plan ready for April 2024.
11/05/2023 £10,000 £142,543 JIGSAW THORNBURY Towards the salaries of the CEO and People and Participation Lead posts, so the organisation has time to develop stakeholder engagement and embed a structure for young people to inform its decisions.
11/05/2023 £2,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE Towards office equipment to help improve caseload management and data collection for staff; and digital equipment to capture case studies for monitoring and evaluation.
10/05/2023 £250 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Caring in Bristol's work providing advice, support and information to reduce homelessness in Bristol.
09/05/2023 £3,000 £275,866 RE:WORK For this organisation based in South Bristol who offer work experience placements for young people struggling in school.
09/05/2023 £5,000 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST To backfill the CEO's post for 3 months to develop a new fundraising plan for capital improvements to facilities which will increase longterm organisational sustainability
09/05/2023 £5,000 £576,992 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU To provide one to one energy advice appointments to people who are in or at risk of fuel poverty, often vulnerable and may be struggling to pay their bills.
09/05/2023 £5,000 £475,806 THE BRIGHTWELL Towards a 100 KW storage battery to store excess power generated by the organisation's solar panel array.
09/05/2023 £2,824 THE GOLDEN HILL COMMUNITY GARDEN For adventure days for families with a child with SEND and their siblings to enjoy outdoor activities and connect to nature in the community garden.
09/05/2023 £2,190 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder to support the work of Weston Foodbank which it does annually
09/05/2023 £5,000 MISSING LINK For a ‘flexible funding’ pot to support domestic abuse survivors towards independence in areas such as access employment, training coaching sessions, support for move on accommodation.
04/05/2023 £5,000 £177,087 ST MICHAELS AND ALL ANGELS CHURCH Towards running a free Community Meals project once a week in Twerton.
04/05/2023 £5,000 £1,139,762 BRENTRY & HENBURY CHILDREN'S CENTRE LTD We would like to provide a play group for families with children with additional needs aged 0-5. The group will support the children and parents. Reducing isolation and creating networks.
04/05/2023 £5,000 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK A Community Oil Buying Scheme - primarily aimed at guarding against fuel poverty but secondarily used as a ‘vehicle’ for signposting the needs of our older and more vulnerable community.
04/05/2023 £1,944 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé AND CYCLE PROJECT CIC We seek funding to purchase a new dishwasher and re-wire the lighting. These imporovements with help us reduce our energy consumption, whilst creating a better lit customer area
03/05/2023 £600 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST To provide activities for children living in the local area at the Ardagh site. We will work in partnership with Outdoors Project Bristol to deliver holiday clubs for 8-12yrs.
02/05/2023 £2,800 BRISTOL HORN YOUTH CONCERN (BHYC) Supporting children with additional needs. Through music, dancing, sensory breaks, Arts and crafts
02/05/2023 £20,000 £3,230,777 DORSET WILDLIFE TRUST This grant is from Wessex Water’s Partners programme, as directed by the donor towards the restoration of river habitats and wetlands in Dorset, the Dorset Wild Rivers project. It is Year 4 of 5 year funding.
02/05/2023 £3,500 £7,379,049 GROUNDWORK SOUTH TRUST We are seeking funding of £4,500 to deliver fun, engaging half term activities (including a free 2-course hot meal for all attendees) to children in Lockleaze, reaching 200 children directly.
02/05/2023 £4,000 £51,497 STREETSPACE KNOWLE We are seeking funding for the Whitsun, October and February half term holidays to fund universal activities with targeted aspects with our children and young people.
02/05/2023 £2,400 PLAY WOODEN CIC Free environmentally friendly play and making activities for CYP in Ashely ward Bristol. Including intergenerational activities.
02/05/2023 £2,400 LITTERARTI To do 8 "Half term hang out" sessions over the half terms over the year 2023-2024 with local families in Eastville, Bristol.
02/05/2023 £1,200 £24,709 SEA MILLS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Funding for a programme of positive and engaging school holiday activities and the provision of healthy food to children and young people during the October and February half terms
02/05/2023 £2,610 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM Rewild Child half term provision will equip and empower 36 disadvantaged and marginalised children through therapeutic, seasonal and land-based activities and food provision.
02/05/2023 £15,000 £1,247,074 WESSEX RIVERS TRUST This grant is from Wessex Water’s Partners programme, as directed by the donor towards river restoration in Salisbury - the River Wylye project. It is Year 4 of 5 year funding..
02/05/2023 £2,800 £80,218 AVON YOUTH CLUB During the half term we provide holiday club between 10am to 3pm.
02/05/2023 £3,500 APE PROJECT CIC We are seeking funding to support the provision of activities and food for 5 days a week during the 3 half terms between May 2023 and February 2024
02/05/2023 £3,100 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 Hands on, thematic arts engagement as a vehicle for them to get creative, learn about environment and reduce antisocial behaviour.
02/05/2023 £3,500 £509,425 YOUTH MOVES Our project provides meaningful activities for young people during school holidays and ensures that children can socialise in a safe environment and have access to free healthy meals.
02/05/2023 £2,700 £175,916 RIVERSIDE YOUTH PROJECT We will deliver exciting holiday clubs for children and young people aged 8 -12 years old.
02/05/2023 £1,200 £520,220 HARTCLIFFE & WITHYWOOD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Working in an area of high deprivation we are one of the great organisations that the community rely on to provide holiday activities for young people in the area.
02/05/2023 £1,500 ST LUKE'S CHURCH To fund half term food and activities for low income children living in Barton Hill.
02/05/2023 £1,800 £776,232 CHILDREN'S SCRAPSTORE We want to continue our provision of play and food sessions, particularly to develop the current offer, expand our numbers and show our commitment to the children and community.
02/05/2023 £2,400 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS Funded school holiday sessions for children with disabilities. The sessions will offer supported play and family meals for up to 30 young people plus their parent/carer
02/05/2023 £2,700 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST This grant will go towards our Open Access Play session during HT. Our session supports 8-13 years to play and families with 0-8 to engage in activities.
02/05/2023 £20,000 £4,391,612 WILTSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST This grant is from Wessex Water’s Partners programme, as directed by the donor towards Wiltshire Wildlife Trust to enhance river conservation in Wiltshire - A Better Biss Project. Year 4 of 5 year funding.
02/05/2023 £3,000 IMAYLA We are seeking deliver 5 sessions per half term week in 4 of the Sustainable Play areas; Lawrence Weston, Hartcliffe, Stockwood and Hillfields and an additional session in the Ashley Ward.
02/05/2023 £690 £158,318 LAWRENCE WESTON COMMUNITY FARM We would like to run holiday activity sessions for local 8-12 year olds at the Farm during half term holidays, including woodland play and outdoor crafts.
02/05/2023 £3,000 £822,951 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Half term food and activities for over 900 children and young people at Felix Road Adventure Playground
02/05/2023 £15,000 £2,819,906 AVON WILDLIFE TRUST This grant is from Wessex Water’s Partners programme, as directed by the donor towards river restoration in North Somerset, the Wilder Waterways (Land Yeo) project. It is Year 4 of 5 year funding.
02/05/2023 £4,000 £42,373 HARTCLIFFE CLUB FOR YOUNG PEOPLE We would like to apply for funding to run extr6 provision for age range 8 to 12 yrs through the half term holidays
02/05/2023 £600 £2,487,371 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM We would like to run a weekly football session from 8-12 yr olds from local flats and a weekly pizza and salad session.
02/05/2023 £1,000 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To establish a Bike Bursary Fund for Milestones Trust service users, to provide 5 bursaries allowing free access to Warmley Wheelers for a year.
02/05/2023 £2,250 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE seeking extra fund To deliver holiday activity hub
01/05/2023 £5,000 £92,377 LAWRENCE WESTON OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES To fund our Community Supported Places Project at our After School Club and Holiday Playschemes.
01/05/2023 £5,000 £1,139,762 BRENTRY & HENBURY CHILDREN'S CENTRE LTD Toward an after-school club once a week during term time for junior school aged children (4-11 yrs old) with the provision of a hot meal and warm space
28/04/2023 £5,000 £392,363 THE MATTHEW TREE PROJECT For the Rebuilding Lives programme which provides support and guidance to families on low incomes.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £80,218 AVON YOUTH CLUB Towards running costs for evening youth club sessions 4 nights a week in Lawrence Weston.
28/04/2023 £4,991 BRISTOL REFUGEE FESTIVAL To develop the ambassadors programme, involving more refugees and asylum seekers in the running of the organisation, and contributing to the core costs of the organisation.
27/04/2023 £550 £703,252 DHEK BHAL Towards the Student Therapists Project with UWE.
27/04/2023 £1,250 £445,295 FEEDING BRISTOL Towards the Hartcliffe Nursery growing project.
26/04/2023 £250 £34,618 NEPALI CHILDREN'S TRUST As requested by the donor towards the organisations core costs
26/04/2023 £250 £3,734,278 CANINE PARTNERS As requested by the donor towards trained assistance dogs for people who have physical disabilities
25/04/2023 £4,512 £553,026 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY For a programme of creative workshops for children and their families in Easton, Redcliffe, Southmead and Hartcliffe.
25/04/2023 £4,532 £311,632 SEVERN VINEYARD To support the ongoing costs of running the BS4 Foodbank in a time of increasing need.
25/04/2023 £5,000 APE PROJECT CIC Towards the annual costs of running inclusive after school play sessions for disabled children and their families.
25/04/2023 £2,476 STUDIO MERAKI Towards #BigUpBartonHill Community Day, a community mapping event with taster sessions, information and signposting to existing services that are available in the area.
25/04/2023 £4,815 SHOOTING FISH THEATRE COMPANY To run writing workshops with young people aged 16-18 in Knowle West who have special educational and emotional needs, and to record their own radio play.
25/04/2023 £20,000 £614,921 BLACK SOUTH WEST NETWORK To provide 150 hot, culturally appropriate meals for Black and Minoritised households per week over 3 month pilot to address Cost of Living Crisis needs in communities.
25/04/2023 £250 £58,877 ROSIE'S RAINBOW FUND As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation. Matched donation for Skydiving from 20,000 ft fundraising. Rosie’s Rainbow Fund supports sick and disabled children and their families in hospital, school and in the community. In addition to these services the fund supports research into childhood illnesses and contributes to relevant forums and conferences on issues related to its work.
20/04/2023 £5,000 £42,896 DIGILOCAL CIO For core funding to run tech clubs for young people across the city, and to increase the number of volunteers.
20/04/2023 £5,000 £116,045 XTND- IMPROVING FUTURES A weekly family group in the community to allow parents and children to spend time together, socialise and reduce social isolation Helping families repair from the affects of Covid Lockdowns.
14/04/2023 £3,700 £131,373 OASIS COMMUNITY HUB NORTH BRISTOL A BYCA and Feeding Bristol grant would enable us to sustain and expand holiday and food provisions for children and young people in Lawrence Weston, Shirehampton, Avonmouth and Sea Mills.
14/04/2023 £3,000 £912,410 ZERO GRAVITY FUND Zero Gravity Fund is a registered charity that provides hundreds of £3000 grants to our most engaged students from low-opportunity areas who have overcome significant challenges to achieve top grades and university offers.
12/04/2023 £1,000 £43,991,000 BREAST CANCER NOW As directed by the donor towards the work of Breast Cancer Now, a national support, research and campaigning charity. The organisation supports those affected by primary and secondary breast cancer. It is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, created by the merger of Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
12/04/2023 £3,840 LOVE SQUARED Towards the Drop the Pressure telephone emotional support service for vulnerable, socially isolated children with special educational and mental health needs.
12/04/2023 £5,000 £165,476 KINGSMEADOW COMMUNITY FLAT Towards the group's Crisis Prevention and Personalised Support Programme, and Health and Wellbeing Support Groups.
11/04/2023 £5,000 £1,922,641 ONE25 A grant towards a night outreach van, which brings food, condoms, clean needles and a safe space to women street sex-working in Bristol every night
11/04/2023 £5,000 £4,149,755 CREATIVE YOUTH NETWORK Re-opening The Batch youth club in Cadbury Heath
11/04/2023 £3,790 £482,719 KRUNCH UK A free family fun day including a skate competition
11/04/2023 £5,000 BARTON HILL ACTIVITY CLUB Towards activities and workshops for young people and parents around crime with a particular focus on county lines
11/04/2023 £3,750 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 Trash Talk Junk Sculpture- A Project by young people to raise awareness of, and tackle the fly tipping problem in the BS13 Community
11/04/2023 £5,000 £219,889 LIFESKILLS Towards setting up and running a brand new 'County Lines Exploitation' Scenario
11/04/2023 £5,000 £1,056,138 BATH RUGBY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Towards delivering their Alternative Learning Hub for young people not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) and are at risk of or have offended
11/04/2023 £5,000 £139,826 BELOVED Towards 1-1 support work with women in the indoor sex industry
11/04/2023 £4,634 REAL SOUTH WEST COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY T/A PROUD BAR A programme to to reduce hate crimes against LGBT+ locally, including a youth group, schools outreach sessions & awareness events
11/04/2023 £5,000 £225,002 LUX YOUTH PROJECT (BATH YOUTH FOR CHRIST) To deliver an afterschool drop-in three times per week at Roundhill Hub working with young people from Whiteway and Southdown
11/04/2023 £1,500 LITTLE LOST ROBOT CIC To run two weekly creative sessions for young people and young parents in Radstock to help develop practical skills and commerate the life of Charlie Bates
06/04/2023 £250 £58,716,000 MIND As directed by the donor towards the work of Mind to change, support and connect minds to support those affected by mental health issues. The charity supports improvements in mental health through information, advice, local services and campaigning and advocacy in healthcare, at work, in law and at local and national government level..
06/04/2023 £2,000 £45,764 STAPLE HILL COMMUNITY HUB To be used as needed by the Hub.
06/04/2023 £105 £366,700,000 BRITISH RED CROSS As directed by the donor towards the work of the British Red Cross. The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global network of volunteers, responding to natural disasters, conflicts and individual emergencies. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their own communities. And when the crisis is over, we help people to recover and move on with their lives.
06/04/2023 £10,000 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD For engagement activities at local memory cafes, older people's groups and day centres in Bristol to reduce loneliness/isolation for older people and those living with dementia.
06/04/2023 £10,000 £253,120 CHINESE COMMUNITY WELLBEING SOCIETY For support and to organise a range of learning activities to improve the ability of older people to live independently in their own homes over the winter months.
05/04/2023 £105 £262,430,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help to relieve hunger, cold and sickness by providing food, shelter and medical care.
04/04/2023 £3,000 NEW LIFE For running costs, refreshments and transport for this group supporting carers and ex-carers in the Thornbury area.
04/04/2023 £3,377 £531,288 GYMPANZEES Towards staff costs for Pop-Up Facilities in the Easter and Summer holidays, with specialist equipment, for young disabled people.
31/03/2023 £4,997 £1,064,617 DAME KELLY HOLMES TRUST For the 'On Track To Achieve' mentoring programme, using world class athlete mentors to work with young people at the Merchants' Academy.
31/03/2023 £10,000 £837,686 BRISTOL LAW CENTRE As requested by the donor to support free legal advice services in Bristol
31/03/2023 £4,776 £97,756 MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY Core funding to help sustain Misfits as it transitions to a new management team and moves to a new phase and wider reach.
31/03/2023 £4,334 £729,416 PROPS (PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES & SUPPORT) Equipment to launch a public-facing bicycle maintenance workshop that will train and employ learning disabled adults and generate a sustainable source of income.
31/03/2023 £5,000 £49,131 BATH GATEWAY OUT & ABOUT For running costs for a year for this twice-weekly club for people with learning difficulties.
31/03/2023 £2,250 THE MALLARD CLOSE RESIDENT GROUP For The Mallard Close Community Connection Programme, a series of activities and events to help build on the community connection for this residents' group in Speedwell.
31/03/2023 £1,000 £435,468 LUMINARY BAKERY As directed by the donor to the work of Luminary. Luminary is an innovative response to supporting women who have had a social and economic disadvantage. It is a social enterprise designed to offer opportunities for women to build a future for themselves. The organisation provides a safe and professional environment where women can grow holistically – encouraging ambition, restoration and second chances. Baking is a tool to take women on a journey to employability and entrepreneurship, equipping them with transferable skills for the working world.
31/03/2023 £1,950 £42,186 DIVERSE UK We seek to facilitate an autism and neurodiverse outdoor group, utilising green spaces in North Somerset. This will include cycling, walking, photography, geocaching or other activities.
31/03/2023 £250 £14,445,000 BLOOD CANCER UK As directed by the donor towards the work of Blood Cancer UK to fund world-class research, ensure everyone affected has access to the right support at the right time, and campaign for better treatments.
31/03/2023 £250 £10,625,000 THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY As directed by the donor towards The Brain Tumour Charity, the world’s leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally. The organisation leads and funds the @HeadSmartUK campaign - an award-winning campaign raising awareness of brain tumours in children and teens to reduce diagnosis times and save lives.
31/03/2023 £115 £1,777,209 SMART WORKS A grant towards the support provided by Smart Works which is a heart "a dressing and coaching service designed to help our clients be the best version of themselves at a crucial moment in their lives".
31/03/2023 £250 £455,971 THE PITUITARY FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the Pituitary Foundation, a national support and information organisation for pituitary patients, their families, friends and carers. We are the UK's leading charity providing support to people affected by disorders of the pituitary gland such as acromegaly, Cushing's, prolactinoma, diabetes insipidus and hypopituitarism.
30/03/2023 £1,000 £266,912 FAIR SHOT As requested by the fund holder to support the work of Fair Shot "a social enterprise café providing training, employment and support to young adults with learning disabilities".
30/03/2023 £750 £239,025 CHURCH LADS' & CHURCH GIRLS' BRIGADE A grant, as requested by the fund holder, towards this year's Bristol Battalion Camp - a camping trip taking place in the Forest of Dene for young people to enjoy camping and outdoor sport and challenges.
30/03/2023 £1,314 £1,777,209 SMART WORKS A grant towards the support provided by Smart Works which is a heart "a dressing and coaching service designed to help our clients be the best version of themselves at a crucial moment in their lives".
30/03/2023 £1,000 ZION BRISTOL As directed by donor towards supporting Zion.
29/03/2023 £250 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST As approved by the High Sheriff towards a coach trip for young people from Southmead
28/03/2023 £500 ARMSTRONG ARTS GROUP As directed by the donor towards the open air opera production of Don Giovanni on Sunday 18th June 2023 at the Rockhampton Folk Festival near Thornbury.
27/03/2023 £1,485 £217,492 STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE For workshops in three primary schools in Bath & North East Somerset, helping them make positive choices to prevent violence before it happens.
24/03/2023 £5,000 FRIENDS OF HILLFIELDS LIBRARY To continue to run Silver Explorers, a free weekly group for over 60s in Hillfields.
23/03/2023 £4,729 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE To provide activities that will encourage the use of low-carbon transport and workshops that provide education about environmental challenges and an individual's responsibility for reducing their carbon footprint, primarily working with the Somali community.
22/03/2023 £1,000 £180,420,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help to relieve hunger, cold and sickness by providing food, shelter and medical care.
22/03/2023 £300 FONTHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL As approved by the High Sheriff towards a martial arts course for year 5/6 students
21/03/2023 £5,000 SMALL STUFF BABY BANK For core costs for the baby bank, to enable the group to meet an increase in demand from local families.
21/03/2023 £10,119 £63,020,950 BRANDON TRUST Toward the lease of a minibus to enable a well-established group of individuals with learning disabilities & their support staff to travel & access facilities both locally & beyond South Bristol.
21/03/2023 £5,000 £140,497 HEADWAY BATH To provide staff development and training, and to carry out an impact measurement project to improve data monitoring.
21/03/2023 £3,000 £49,131 BATH GATEWAY OUT & ABOUT To enable 13 individuals with learning difficulties to attend a club that provides health and well-being activities for one year.
21/03/2023 £916 £97,756 MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY Toward weekly creative well-being activities for people with learning disabilities to improve confidence and mental health.
20/03/2023 £5,000 £1,656,392 BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards Berkshire CF's Surviving Winter appeal
20/03/2023 £5,000 £10,805,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards work to ameliorate the Cost of Living crisis.
20/03/2023 £5,000 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL For the continuation of the Care Leavers Educational Bursary fund.
20/03/2023 £5,000 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL For the continuation of the Care Leavers Transition Fund.
20/03/2023 £1,000 £27,475 NEW AVENUES As requested by the donor towards the work of Dartford food bank, one of the projects of Dartford charity, New Avenues.
20/03/2023 £1,000 NEW BEGINNINGS READING As requested towards work to support people in Reading and Berkshire who are experiencing homelessness or other social isolation for other reasons.
17/03/2023 £3,000 THE SOMMERVILLE CLUB We are looking for the BOI to help support a local community club so we can obtain a defibrillator and have this placed on the outside of building
17/03/2023 £250 £42,979 THE HARVEY HEXT TRUST A grant towards the work of a charity which supports bereaved families mostly by supplying Memory boxes but also treating bereaved siblings (under 25 yrs) to days out and treats.
17/03/2023 £250 £261,684 STAR THROWERS A grant towards the work of Star Throwers is a local cancer support charity based in Wymondham, Norfolk that is dedicated to providing support for people with cancer and their loved ones. Support is available for people with any type of cancer and at all stages of their journey, including post-treatment. Equally importantly, our support services are available for carers, partner or loved ones too. All of Star Throwers’ support is completely free of charge
17/03/2023 £1,312 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards small grants to individuals to alleviate hardship.
17/03/2023 £500 £3,734,764 BRISTOL DRUGS PROJECT As requested by the donor towards treatment and support for people misusing drugs and/or alcohol and their families.
17/03/2023 £250 £2,672,271 WINSTON'S WISH As requested by the fund holder to support the work of providing specialist child bereavement support services in Bristol and across the UK.
17/03/2023 £500 £2,672,271 WINSTON'S WISH As requested by the fund holder to support the work of providing specialist child bereavement support services in Bristol and across the UK.
17/03/2023 £235 £1,777,209 SMART WORKS A grant towards the support provided by Smart Works which is a heart "a dressing and coaching service designed to help our clients be the best version of themselves at a crucial moment in their lives".
17/03/2023 £500 £415,981 VOLUNTARY ACTION NORTH SOMERSET As requested by the fund holders towards VANS work with Ukrainian refugees.
16/03/2023 £4,000 £1,167,741 AGE UK BRISTOL Development work to support the Bristol Ageing Better Alliance to become a space for collaboration, building resilience and influence for the Older People's voluntary and community sector.
16/03/2023 £500 £281,408 BRISTOL AFTER STROKE As requested by the fund holder towards supporting people to adjust to life after stroke.
16/03/2023 £1,000 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Caring in Bristol's work providing advice, support and information to reduce homelessness in Bristol.
16/03/2023 £500 £418,699 CHANGING TUNES As requested by the fund holder to support the work of engaging people with lived experience of the criminal justice system in music programmes that unlock their creativity and individual potential.
16/03/2023 £1,000 £1,503,844 FARESHARE SOUTH WEST As requested by the donor towards fighting hunger and food waste.
16/03/2023 £1,000 £870,033 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE As requested by the fund holder to support the Children's Centre's work to equip children with a love of learning that will help them to flourish and reach their full potential.
16/03/2023 £500 £204,196 BRAINS MATTER (WAS HEADWAY WEST KENT) As requested by the fund holder towards support for adults affected by brain injury, including families, carers and professionals.for
16/03/2023 £500 £193,733 HOME-START BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder to support families.
16/03/2023 £500 MISSING LINK As requested by the fund holders towards the organisation's work
16/03/2023 £1,000 £207,359 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS As requested by the fund holder towards work supporting women who are suffering from anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear or isolation during or after pregnancy, including offering advice and support to the partner, family member or friend each woman.
16/03/2023 £500 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards advocacy, mental health support and social justice for and in consultation with young people.
16/03/2023 £1,000 ROOM 13 HARECLIVE As requested by the fund holder towards a studio where children can go to the studio to follow their own ideas and work on creative projects. They can draw, paint, collage, sculpt, take photographs, make films, research, read and work on the computer in the space facilitated by the artists-in-residence.
16/03/2023 £1,000 £319,117 SOUTHMEAD PROJECT As requested by the fund holder towards free counselling and support for survivors of abuse and addiction across Bristol and surrounding areas.
14/03/2023 £5,000 £369,604 ST WERBURGHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Raking & Baking Project offers multicultural and intergenerational activities engaging local people in growing food and cooking healthy meals, improving people’s wellbeing and counteracting isolation.
13/03/2023 £160,000 £708,609 VOSCUR To build the capacity of VCSE organisations in Bristol, enabling strong and confident leadership in the sector and reflects the diversity of the city.
13/03/2023 £272,000 £614,921 BLACK SOUTH WEST NETWORK To build the capacity of VCSE organisations in Bristol, enabling strong and confident leadership in the sector and reflects the diversity of the city.
09/03/2023 £5,000 £85,121 GLOBAL GOALS CENTRE Towards the development phase of “Sparks Bristol” - a pilot Sustainable Development Goals Hub in the old M&S building in Broadmead, Bristol.
09/03/2023 £5,000 FOREST CHILD For Forest School sessions for women who are survivors of domestic violence, as well as a family fun day for them and their children.
09/03/2023 £2,500 £77,215 CHARITY MV BALMORAL FUND LTD To extend the reach of the Crossing Coasts project so that people impacted by the Windrush Scandal are made aware of the support offered and how to access it.
09/03/2023 £5,000 £176,194 ABLAZE To provide mentoring for young people in schools to deliver key skills including reading, employability and careers skills.
09/03/2023 £2,000 THE MAZI PROJECT To develop and trial sustainable packaging for the group's meal kits which are provided to marginalised young people across the city.
07/03/2023 £32,061 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD Towards a project improving the health and wellbeing of older people from Black and minoritised communities in Bristol, through the provision of social support, activities and help accessing services.
02/03/2023 £1,000 £43,192,000 THE ROYAL MARSDEN CANCER CHARITY As requested by the fund holder towards the work of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity which raises money solely to support The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre.
01/03/2023 £4,956 FREESTYLE BRISTOL To fund additional staff costs needed to give the group space to develop opportunities for growth and to sustain the group's activities.
01/03/2023 £4,900 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE To part fund the costs of the pre-application planning work for a new community centre and housing development in Barton Hill.
01/03/2023 £5,000 £293,473 MEADOW VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION To fund strategic and fundraising support for trustees to re-launch the Community Association's work after extensive building work and closure of the Centre.
01/03/2023 £4,500 LITTLE HANDS (BRISTOL) For workshops and events with BSL interpreters for this group supporting deaf parents and families.
01/03/2023 £250 £715,040 PAUL'S PLACE (SOUTH WEST) As requested by the donor to allow Paul's Place to enhance the life of physically disabled adults and those with cognitive and sensory impairment, supporting them to live life to the full.
01/03/2023 £250 £31,597,000 STROKE ASSOCIATION As requested by the donor towards the work of supporting survivors of stroke and their families and carers and the bereaved by providing information, advice and practical support.
28/02/2023 £2,500 THE LIGHTHOUSE CARERS GROUP To continue the work of the LCG for 12 months by providing monthly respite breaks for the carers of those suffering from dementia.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £749,884 MENTORING PLUS Providing external clinical supervision for practitioner staff to enhance retention, have a positive impact on well-being and improve their practice.
24/02/2023 £2,000 £58,891 BABY BANK NETWORK As directed by the donor towards Baby Bank Network's work collecting baby clothes, toiletries, equipment, cots, prams and toys that are pre-loved, and passing them on to families in need.
23/02/2023 £10,000 £1,167,741 AGE UK BRISTOL To provide one to one advice and support to vulnerable older people in Bristol.
23/02/2023 £9,270 ZION BRISTOL Providing regular activities, information sessions and hot meals for older people, with access to services of support agencies.
22/02/2023 £25,000 HARTCLIFFE & WITHYWOOD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Local area coordination during the cost of living crisis and production of the community magazine.
21/02/2023 £1,000 OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder towards children's reading books.
21/02/2023 £250 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé PROJECT CIC As requested by the fund holder to support the Strawberry Line Cycle Project.
21/02/2023 £1,000 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL As requested by the donor towards positive activities and training for young people in response to Young Bristol's President's 2023 Appeal.
16/02/2023 £1,000 £708,609 VOSCUR As requested by the fund holder towards supporting the Cost of Living Conference, ideally to take place to in late March. The intention is threefold: - the morning will focus on Cost of Living Crisis as planned (sharing experiences and skills for sustainability and data to inform strategic decision-making as well as building relationships with funders: etc); - the afternoon will focus on specific programmes about inequalities (to learn from them and apply lessons to COL Crisis)" - to launch a COL/Inequalities Peer Network and create a platform for post-Conference learning and action
16/02/2023 £1,000 £82,668 UNCLE PAUL'S CHILLI FARM Award from Foot Anstey Foundation towards core costs at Uncle Paul's Chilli Farm.
15/02/2023 £360 £469,471 THE NEW ROOM The Community Choir Summer Term will enhance the positive effect of the choir through workshops. It builds on existing choir work combating social isolation and loneliness.
14/02/2023 £5,000 RENEW WESTON Towards running costs for this project supporting people to gain new skills and find employment.
14/02/2023 £4,968 £35,867 FREE YOUR INSTINCT To deliver parkour classes supporting the mental health of young people in Southmead.
14/02/2023 £3,000 AVON OUTWARD BOUND ASSOCIATION Towards 96 young people from 8 central Bristol schools attending an outward bound course in Wales.
14/02/2023 £205 £3,734,764 BRISTOL DRUGS PROJECT As requested by the donor towards treatment and support for people misusing drugs and/or alcohol and their families.
14/02/2023 £205 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE As requested by the donor towards advice and support for people in South Bristol, in particular long-term unemployed residents of Knowle West.
14/02/2023 £1,000 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST For a gentle dance movement therapy group for the benefit of individuals with learning difficulties.
10/02/2023 £20,000 £180,420,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help to relieve hunger, cold and sickness by providing food, shelter and medical care.
10/02/2023 £150 £19,894,000 BIBLE SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the work of Bible Society to make the Bible available and accessible worldwide and build people's confidence in it.
10/02/2023 £2,000 ST ANDREWS CHURCH As requested by the donor
10/02/2023 £250 £7,456,000 CHURCH MISSION SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards Church Mission Society's work making disciples of Jesus.
10/02/2023 £200 £4,573,000 EMBRACE THE MIDDLE EAST As directed by the donor towards Embrace the Middle East's work improving the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the Middle East.
10/02/2023 £100 MARIE CURIE - BRISTOL AND SOMERSET BRANCH As directed by the donor towards Marie Curie's support on all aspects of dying, death and bereavement.
10/02/2023 £100 £91,922,000 ALZHEIMER'S SOCIETY - BRISTOL & SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE BRANCH As directed by the donor towards the branch's support for people affected by dementia face to face, over the phone or in writing.
10/02/2023 £150 £2,540,149 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GREAT BRITAIN As directed by the donor towards Habitat for Humanity's work fighting global poverty and homelessness.
10/02/2023 £100 £234,055,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT As directed by the donor towards the centre's work supporting anyone affected by cancer.
10/02/2023 £250 £286,371,000 SAVE THE CHILDREN As directed by the donor towards Save the Children's work ensuring children keep safe, healthy and learning.
10/02/2023 £100 £15,602,000 ST PETER'S HOSPICE As directed by the donor towards St Pete's Hospice's work improving the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
10/02/2023 £250 £37,863,000 THE CHILDREN'S SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the Children's Society's frontline services focussing on 10-18 year olds who live with significant disadvantage, poverty, neglect and who have complex needs and face multiple risks.
09/02/2023 £250 £4,589,230 SANDS - STILLBIRTH AND NEONATAL DEATH CHARITY As requested by the donor towards the work of Sands which works to reduce the number of babies dying and to improve care and support for anyone affected by the death of a baby. Sands offers a free UK helpline and network of support groups, works with healthcare professionals to improve bereavement care, and involves bereaved families in research to save babies lives.
08/02/2023 £10,000 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY For targeted engagement and promotion of warm homes support for older people in Bristol, as well as advice to reduce energy costs and improve the warmth of homes.
08/02/2023 £250 £296,416 THE AVON CENTRE As requested by the donor towards providing disabled people access to the therapeutic benefits of spending time with horses.
08/02/2023 £250 £63,020,950 BRANDON TRUST Towards the work of the Brandon Trust which works alongside people of different ability so they are able to create opportunity and feel empowered to live the life they want.
08/02/2023 £250 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Grant to Centre For Sustainable Energy
08/02/2023 £250 £1,242,754 INHOPE As directed by the donor towards South & East Bristol Foodbank.
08/02/2023 £250 £136,206 PROJECT MAMA A donor directed grant towards the work of supporting Prpject Mama to provide a peer support service launched offering antenatal, birth and postnatal support to women who are asylum seekers, refugees, and those with irregular immigration status.
06/02/2023 £100 £75,600,000 CHRISTIAN AID As directed by the donor towards Christian Aid's work with the worlds poorest people to tackle the causes and consequences of poverty.
03/02/2023 £39,905 BRISTOL FOOD NETWORK Bristol Food Network (BFN) is developing a sustainable and resilient food strategy for Bristol. To support this, improvements are required in its management of data, websites, fundraising and staff development.
02/02/2023 £5,000 REFUGEE WELCOME HOMES Towards a support worker for the Refugee Welcome Homes Lodging Scheme project.
01/02/2023 £5,000 BRISTOL SOMALI WOMEN'S GROUP For awareness raising events around the cost of living for Somali women.
01/02/2023 £5,000 £353,654 SHAHPORAN ISLAMIC CENTRE BRISTOL To provide a welcoming space and hot food and drinks for the local community.
01/02/2023 £2,500 MUSICIANS SOUTH WEST To offer musical entertainment and friendship to new audiences at Fairfield House in Bath, celebrating music, ethnic diversity and opportunity to come together during challenging times.
01/02/2023 £2,500 ST. JAMES CHURCH MANGOTSFIELD To support the provision of an Ukranian Hub in Mangotsfield serving, Mangotsfield, emersons green Lyde Green Blackhorse and Downend.
01/02/2023 £5,000 £585,703 SIGHT SUPPORT WEST OF ENGLAND To grow and expand the community sight loss service reaching more people who are adjusting to living with sight loss.
01/02/2023 £5,000 WE ARE AWARE CIC To continue the Thinking Out Loud project, providing peer-driven, peer support for people affected by mental health issues.
01/02/2023 £10,000 DIAMOND SOCIAL COMMUNITY HUB Talk-based, listening, safe space and collaborative programs to increase health and well-being, and improve health inequalities.
01/02/2023 £4,050 £900,640 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET To cover transport costs for four dementia support groups (Midsomer Norton, Keynsham and Bath).
01/02/2023 £5,000 £2,166,309 BATH MIND For our longstanding football well-being group to continue to run and support people with their mental health and well-being.
01/02/2023 £5,000 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM For the Rewild Child Project that equips and empowers 200 disadvantaged and marginalised children and young people through therapeutic, seasonal and land-based activities.
01/02/2023 £3,000 £106,598 SWAN ADVICE NETWORK For the continuation of the Cuppa and Chat project which provides get-togethers for lonely and isolated community transport passengers at local cafes.
31/01/2023 £18,750 £184,977 SOCIAL MOBILITY BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP As requested by the donor towards advancing the education and work experience of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
31/01/2023 £10,000 £593,990 AGE UK SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE For the Information and Advice service for older people, providing specialist benefits advice and securing grants for those struggling with the cost of living crisis.
31/01/2023 £300 TROJAN EDUCATION CENTRE- TROJAN FREE FIGHTERS As approved by the High Sheriff towards teaching young people at the Trojan gym
31/01/2023 £300 ASHTON PARK SCHOOL Towards support for 6 students to go on a trip to see a performance of Jekyll and Hyde specially designed as a revision resource for Key Stage 4 students that they would otherwise not be able to afford. As requested by fund holder Anne Sharp on 29/01/2023.
30/01/2023 £3,000 £349,000 GYMPANZEES For a Lending Library Outreach Project which provides hundreds of families within Bristol and the surrounding area access to specialist, ordinarily unattainable equipment at home.
30/01/2023 £3,000 £191,563 LIFESKILLS Supporting people with learning disabilities in Bristol and B&NES to participate in safety training free of charge, learning to be safe in their homes and communities.
30/01/2023 £2,886 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL As requested by Jenny Pierce from the Wards Fund. Wards have raised £7,114.09 from staff fundraising activities and they want to make it up to a round figure of £10k from their fund at Quartet.
30/01/2023 £2,633 £1,334,388 SWALLOW For SWALLOW's Fun Club, which enables adults with learning disabilities to get together, socialise and have a good time.
27/01/2023 £40,000 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE We are asking for funds to employ a part-time impact and fundraising officer. Their role will include monitoring and evaluation, recording impact and ongoing fundraising for the organisation.
26/01/2023 £1,937 £892,105 BIPOLAR UK To reopen the face to face Bristol Bipolar Peer Support Group enabling those impacted by bipolar in Bristol to stay well.
26/01/2023 £1,500 £15,668,962 BRISTOL MUSIC TRUST - BRISTOL BEACON As requested by the donor to support the work of the Bristol Music Trust, Bristol Beacon's event for the High Sheriff's Fund.
25/01/2023 £4,684 £4,237,352 CREATIVE YOUTH NETWORK Careers – a place-based programme to support young people who are NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) into education, employment or training opportunities
25/01/2023 £4,999 WESTON SUPER MARE TOWN COUNCIL To support the running of Weston-super-Mare's community fridge, tackling surplus food waste by distributing it to the community for free.
25/01/2023 £300 AVON & SOMERSET CONSTABULARY As requested by the High Sheriff towards East Bristol Mini Police
25/01/2023 £300 MAY PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL As approved by the High Sheriff towards the R'Squad lunch club for Romanian children.
24/01/2023 £3,000 ACTIVEBEING LIMITED Towards outdoor creative arts and physical activity sessions, and walk and talk mental wellbeing support for women in the North Bristol area.
24/01/2023 £10,000 £318,006 CITY SOLICITORS' EDUCATIONAL TRUST As directed by the donor towards the Social Welfare Solicitors' Qualification Fund (SWSQF) one of two initiatives run by City Solicitors Educational Trust to support those from diverse and disadvantage communities who wish to work in the legal professions. SWSQF is specifically to provide financial assistance to aspiring solicitors working in social welfare law for organisations serving disadvantaged communities by funding their studies.
23/01/2023 £10,000 £109,354,000 INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE - UK As requested by the donor to support the work of the International Rescue Committee in Ukraine and Afghanistan.
20/01/2023 £4,980 THE BIRCH COLLECTIVE Towards a project manager to support the development and delivery of nature-based therapeutic work for young people who are struggling with their mental health.
20/01/2023 £5,000 HUB WESTON CIC To expand a sustainable food club in central Weston-super-Mare, which is experiencing very high demand.
20/01/2023 £440 GORDANO COMMUNITY CARS To transport patients to Surgery and hospital appointments - patients registered with Heywood Surgery (5500) all patients are able to use our Service mostly elderly or people with limited disabilities.
18/01/2023 £5,000 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH For the Discover Maths programme, supporting young people in South Bristol with confidence and engagement with Maths; improving their chances of success in both their GCSEs and in future employment.
17/01/2023 £300 BARTON HILL ACTIVITY CLUB Grant to Barton Hill Activity Club
13/01/2023 £5,350 FRIENDS OF GROVE PARK We will run a series of events, workshops, gardening and creative sessions in the park to provide meaningful activity aimed at older adults (55+) at risk of experiencing social isolation.
13/01/2023 £10,000 £5,369 MULTICULTURAL FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION This will be a continuation and expansion of our previous project - providing the opportunity for people to meet up, socialise, share concerns and offer mutual support.
12/01/2023 £5,000 GREEN COMMUNITY TRAVEL Core costs to promote and sustain the Group Travel Service, including maintaining group vehicles, publicity and supporting running costs.
12/01/2023 £300 BANNERMAN ROAD COMMUNITY ACADEMY As approved by the High Sheriff of Bristol towards a rural residential trip for 16 children
10/01/2023 £29,801 £951,501 CITIZENS ADVICE SOUTH SOMERSET As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
10/01/2023 £42,212 £805,340 CITIZENS ADVICE IN EAST DORSET AND PURBECK As advised by donor towards debt advice.
10/01/2023 £36,253 £1,486,068 CITIZENS ADVICE WILTSHIRE As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
10/01/2023 £2,570 £628,843 MELKSHAM CMA As directed by donor towards debt advice services.
10/01/2023 £3,000 LIVE WEST Towards vouchers to support with food, energy and household items for older people on low incomes or with chronic health conditions.
10/01/2023 £96,945 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC Building on the work started with the Youth Work Strategy in 2021, to action the strategic priorities to ensure a thriving play and youth sector 2021 to 2024 and beyond.
10/01/2023 £17,556 £763,566 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
10/01/2023 £19,773 £257,504 SOUTH BRISTOL ADVICE SERVICES As advised by donor towards debt advice work.
10/01/2023 £10,000 £518,087 BRISTOL NORTH WEST FOODBANK As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
10/01/2023 £250 ROOTS INDEPENDENT STREET TEAM As directed by the donor towards Roots's work delivering a pop up service every Thursday in Bristol where they provide a hot meal, snacks, hot drinks and companionship to those experiencing homelessness. Due diligence checked.
10/01/2023 £250 THE SAFE FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards SAFE's work supporting hard to reach, vulnerable people to fulfil their potential, and reconnect with society and the world. Due diligence checked.
10/01/2023 £250 £539,379 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT As directed by the donor towards Brigstowe's work enhancing the quality of life for people living with HIV, and other long term health conditions and protected characteristics. Due diligence checked.
10/01/2023 £1,250 £577,404 HOLLY HEDGE ANIMAL SANCTUARY As directed by the donor towards Holly Hedge's work rescuing and rehoming unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. Due diligence checked.
10/01/2023 £250 NORTH BRISTOL & SOUTH GLOS FOODBANK As directed by the donor towards North Bristol and South Gloucestershire Foodbank's work providing 3 days nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. Due diligence checked.
10/01/2023 £250 £729,416 PROPS (PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES & SUPPORT) As directed by the donor towards PROPS's work supporting adults with learning disabilities to achieve their full potential in our community. Due diligence checked.
09/01/2023 £250 GOLDEN VALLEY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION As directed by the donor towards the GVSA's work providing Golden Valley pupils with the extra in developing their education.
09/01/2023 £250 £323,589 MUSICSPACE As directed by the donor towards MusicSpace's work providing music therapy for around 400 children, young people and adults each week across the South West. Due diligence checked.
09/01/2023 £250 £319,251 BRISTOL AVON RIVERS TRUST As directed by the donor towards Bristol Avon Rivers Trust's work delivering education, land and river management advice and practical river restoration work throughout the Bristol Avon catchment. Due diligence checked.
09/01/2023 £250 £30,902 FEED THE HOMELESS BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Feed the Homeless's work providing hot nutritious meals to the homeless and rough sleeping community in Bristol. Due diligence checked.
09/01/2023 £250 £113,287 SPEAR BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Spear Bristol's work with NEET young people.
05/01/2023 £2,350 £249,431 ALL-ABOARD WATERSPORTS As requested by the donor to provide watersports sessions at reasonable cost to those facing challenging circumstances.
04/01/2023 £10,000 BATH WELCOMES REFUGEES Supporting Ukrainian's who need to relocate within the BANES region following the end of the 6 month period with their hosts or sponsors, plus those on the Family Visa Scheme.
04/01/2023 £10,000 £208,552 AID BOX COMMUNITY Running costs of the Hub project that provides Ukrainian refugees with essential living items, welfare support, signposting, and a welcoming community.
04/01/2023 £10,000 £6,884,745 JULIAN HOUSE A targeted micro-grant scheme to support Ukrainian clients with rehousing, resettling and integrating into the South Gloucestershire community.
04/01/2023 £250 SPITALFIELDS FARM ASSOCIATION As directed by the donor towards the work of Spitalfields Farm Association providing educational opportunities for children and adults alike, to empower people to gain new skills, confidence, to combat social isolation. Due diligence checked.
04/01/2023 £2,325 £349,000 GYMPANZEES As requested by the fund holder, matched donation for Christmas fundraising, to continue the organisations's support of children, young people and their families (0-25yrs) with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, SEN and any mild to profound disability, to access specialist equipment and vital support systems.
04/01/2023 £250 £172,429 YOUR PARK BRISTOL & BATH As directed by the donor towards Your Park Bristol and Bath's work to make parks better places to meet, play, learn, grow, breathe and enjoy nature together. Due diligence checked.
04/01/2023 £2,325 £2,703,562 THE CHILDHOOD TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of The Childhood Trust, London's child poverty charity, dedicated to alleviating the impact of poverty on children and young people living in the capital.
04/01/2023 £2,325 £58,877 ROSIE'S RAINBOW FUND As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation. Matched donation for Christmas fundraising. Rosie’s Rainbow Fund supports sick and disabled children and their families in hospital, school and in the community. In addition to these services the fund supports research into childhood illnesses and contributes to relevant forums and conferences on issues related to its work.
03/01/2023 £500 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD As requested by the fund holder for the Penny Johnstone Award, in recognition of the charity's work of improving the quality of life of older people and their carers.
03/01/2023 £500 £281,408 BRISTOL AFTER STROKE As requested by the fund holder towards supporting people to adjust to life after stroke.
03/01/2023 £500 £242,279 BRISTOL CHILDREN'S HELP SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards providing holiday breaks in the countryside for children from disadvantaged areas of inner-city Bristol.
03/01/2023 £500 £54,690 BRISTOL SAMARITANS As requested by the donor to support the work of Bristol Samaritans.
03/01/2023 £500 £193,733 HOME-START BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder to support families.
03/01/2023 £500 £205,289 JULIAN TRUST As directed by the donor towards running a shelter for homeless people.
03/01/2023 £500 £2,838,000 PENNY BROHN CANCER CARE As requested by the donor to support the organisation's core activities.
22/12/2022 £5,000 THE WOMEN'S WORK LAB Towards the costs of running an employability programme for unemployed mums in receipt of state benefits in Shirehampton.
22/12/2022 £4,940 OPEN MINDS ACTIVE LTD To sustain a community engagement manager's role to continue outreach work for the organisation which seeks to improve the mental health of marginalised communities.
22/12/2022 £5,000 HILLFIELDS COMMUNITY GARDEN Toward regular community groups and community events, the next phase of garden design and a Project Manager coordinating regular groups and managing the community garden team.
22/12/2022 £5,000 £236,755 SQUARE FOOD FOUNDATION For new IT hardware to replace outdated equipment which will enable staff to work more effectively both on site and flexibly, and will greatly improve the overall efficiency of the charity.
21/12/2022 £4,752 SOUND WOMEN For software and IT equipment so the group can continue to deliver training workshops that enable women and girls to acquire new skills and knowledge in sound technology including radio, music and audio.
21/12/2022 £7,000 £1,530,000 BRISTOL & WESTON HOSPITALS CHARITY As requested by the donor towards therapy for cancer patients families projects
21/12/2022 £2,630 £144,684 CONISTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION To support the continued running of the watercolourist group that runs from the centre.
21/12/2022 £5,000 £57,872 HENBURY & BRENTRY COMMUNITY COUNCIL A second hand electric vehicle for collecting a redistributing food to residents.
21/12/2022 £4,175 £141,979 CHAMPIONS FUN LEARNING CENTRE To launch the Online Interactive Classroom service to help children from low-income households to catch up on missed lessons caused by covid-19 pandemic and to reduce absences due to illnesses.
21/12/2022 £5,000 IC VISUAL LAB A collaborative, creative programme of workshops, talks and public events exploring the history, memory and identity of Avonmouth as a community.
21/12/2022 £2,272 £103,917 CLEVEDON YMCA To expand the group's Community Re-Use Cafe from fortnightly to weekly, so it can provide access pre-loved household items and a warm place to gather during the winter months.
20/12/2022 £5,000 EASTON JAMIA MOSQUE To provide a Care Programme for elderly men, with activities, food and a warm space.
20/12/2022 £5,000 VICTORIA PARK BAPTIST CHURCH To help towards the costs of heating and food to run 3 welcoming space sessions per week.
20/12/2022 £3,660 ST MARYS CHURCH FISHPONDS To run community activities in a welcoming space during in the winter months.
20/12/2022 £4,341 £171,342 HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, HORFIELD To provide a warm welcoming space with hot drinks/food, WiFi, free food pantry and signposting support 5 days a week.
20/12/2022 £5,000 SHAHJALAL JAME MOSQUE To open the centre for the public 5 days a week so they can enjoy the warm environment and food.
20/12/2022 £4,969 BETHESDA METHODIST CHURCH To create a welcoming space with refreshments, activities and games and to enable the group to have further community engagement.
20/12/2022 £3,000 FAMILY AND FRIENDS BS13 For activities, monthly meetings and support for local people around the cost of living crisis.
20/12/2022 £3,000 £76,980 BRISTOL COMMUNITY FM Towards a 6-week Cost of Living campaign with radio commercials, weekly guests and social media posts on how families and communities can best survive and thrive this winter.
20/12/2022 £4,800 BRISTOL HORN YOUTH CONCERN (BHYC) Towards supporting the community to access a welcoming space, community meals and other food support.
20/12/2022 £4,958 £58,891 BABY BANK NETWORK Towards a drop-in community cafe pilot in Bedminster.
20/12/2022 £4,927 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN A Community Lunch for people to eat a nutritious meal, access support and information and partake in an enriching craft activity.
20/12/2022 £2,650 £44,518 BATH SHARE & REPAIR To invest in a thermal imaging camera and put together materials to support a number of workshops in partnership with community organisations aimed at helping people to learn "HOW TO" save energy and reduce fuel costs.
20/12/2022 £5,000 DET ENTERTAINMENT To host 8 sessions of cinema screenings, arts & crafts activities and game nights for 4hrs every other week in a warm space with a hot meal.
20/12/2022 £5,000 VOCALISE MAGAZINE CIC Towards a two-page spread with tips on economic and mental wellbeing, employing a project assistant and organising African story telling events.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £76,970 BLACK2NATURE Towards 5 nature day events for young people in Bristol taking place in the Chew Valley area.
20/12/2022 £4,875 £170,222 OASIS HUB BATH To provide slow cookers, slow cooker recipe books and heated over-blankets for food pantry members this winter.
20/12/2022 £2,990 £15,708 RIPPLES OF COMPASSION Towards self-care and activity boxes and bespoke support for vulnerable isolated groups of people.
20/12/2022 £2,700 KEYNSHAM COMMUNITY ENERGY To provide slow cookers and energy efficiency advice to parents at Keynsham Children’s centre, reducing people’s energy bills and cutting CO2 emissions.
20/12/2022 £4,080 FRIENDS OF EASTVILLE PARK To provide a Warm Welcoming Space twice a week by providing free refreshments and inclusive activities and signposting to other support.
20/12/2022 £5,000 SOUTHMEAD SOMALI ASSOCIATION To run a coffee morning, family activities and to provide a welcoming space where people can drop in and get cost of living support.
20/12/2022 £2,742 TOTTERDOWN BAPTIST CHURCH To open the main hall as a Warm Welcome Space, providing hot drinks, hot food, mobile device charging points, a homework club and a child-friendly film for 3 hours per week.
20/12/2022 £4,800 £361,690 ACTA A Creative Well-being café, including the provision of food and drink and creative activities in a warm and welcoming environment.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £143,240 AVONMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION To provide free meals for local residents alongside activities such as board games.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £3,983 BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION (BRISTOL) To open the centre for the public two days a week so they can enjoy the warm environment and food.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £356,940 BATH CITY FARM For an air source heat pump to supply heating and hot water to the main community farm building.
20/12/2022 £4,580 £2,318,496 BRISTOL CHARITIES To support the community of Oldbury Court with projects/services to combat food poverty, enhancing existing provision and creating provision where there are gaps.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £7,547 BRISTOL OSCAR Towards creating and hosting a warm welcoming space.
20/12/2022 £4,996 £152,425 CENTRE FOR DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE To improve access for deaf people to Welcoming Spaces by providing training for staff/volunteers, a self-audit tool, 1:1 advice and support and pilot pop-up sessions targeted at deaf people.
20/12/2022 £4,640 £870,033 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE Towards a programme of indoor creative activity sessions (including; Storytelling, Music, Craft and Cooking) for early years children and their families.
20/12/2022 £4,500 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE To provide advice and information around benefits, debt and cost of living support to local people.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £292,553 FULL CIRCLE Two weekly food club sessions alongside social activities, one catering for local elders and the other for young parents.
20/12/2022 £4,191 £97,756 MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY To subsidise the delivery of 24 workshops for people with learning difficulties, between January and June 2023, to develop creativity, skills, and confidence whilst contributing to overall well-being.
20/12/2022 £4,850 £131,373 OASIS COMMUNITY HUB NORTH BRISTOL To provide 3 x weekly drop-in sessions for members of the community to connect socially in a warm, welcoming environment.
20/12/2022 £4,000 £1,752,064 ONE25 Drop-in sessions for women recovering from trauma so they can receive practical help, advice, support and therapeutic activities related to cost-of-living challenges.
20/12/2022 £4,908 £789,399 SOUTHSIDE FAMILY PROJECT For fuel debt advice and energy efficiency training for Southside Support Workers to help local families in fuel poverty to reduce their energy use, alongside the provision of energy-saving packs.
20/12/2022 £4,991 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM To extend the provision of weekly wellbeing activities, including a hot meal, and increase opening hours of community facilities to enable people to get a warm drink and recharge devices.
20/12/2022 £3,200 £83,326 TRANSITION BATH For a paid student intern to grow the Eco Together climate empowerment project by evolving the model to better support community members and organisations to form Eco Together groups.
20/12/2022 £4,150 £1,389,831 WECIL LTD 'Know Your Rights', a peer advocacy group (for adults with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism) that will raise awareness of support/resources to help with the cost of living.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL Towards support with heating and electricity costs to enable the BS14 Club to open for activities in the winter.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £307,050 AMBITION LAWRENCE WESTON Towards opening up a building to offer local residents a warm and welcoming space, hot drinks, snacks and access to wifi and charging points.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS To provide winter warmer wellbeing packs and indoor activities at the Vench in Lockleaze for families with disabled children.
20/12/2022 £5,000 £35,497 BRISTOL AUTISM SUPPORT To support parents/carers of children with autism with information via in-person/online groups, courses, website, social media (Facebook) community and through provision of information on support with the Cost of Living crisis
20/12/2022 £880 ST BARNABAS CHURCH, FILWOOD PARK PARISH To offer a Warm Welcome Space this winter extending opening hours on Thursdays.
20/12/2022 £500 GREATER BRISLINGTON TOGETHER For leaflets to advertise local cost of living support for the community, as well as meals at community meetings.
20/12/2022 £1,800 CLIMATE FRIENDLY BRADFORD ON AVON For a feasibility study of a proposed new traffic-free multi-user greenway between Bradford on Avon and Trowbridge.
20/12/2022 £720 LOVE SQUARED Funding for the remote emotional support space to assist with resilience building during the cost of living crisis.
20/12/2022 £1,600 FAIRFIELD HOUSE Toward implementing the Fairfield House Sustainability plans to improve the energy efficiency of the bungalow on site.
20/12/2022 £1,100 KIDICAL MASS BATH For free learn-to-cycle sessions for families and adults (with all levels of riders), to learn, practise and gain confidence in cycling, with the support of expert coaches and free access to loan bikes.
20/12/2022 £1,200 CLIMATE HUB BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET Toward the development of a physical Climate Hub in Bath that can act as a focus for climate action work locally.
20/12/2022 £2,000 AFRICAN VOICES FORUM To provide support to members of the AVF network who are experiencing hardship due to the increased cost of living through advice and signposting.
20/12/2022 £160 STOKE PARK LINK FRIENDS For Link Friends activities at Kilvie House a residential care setting for individuals with learning difficulties.
20/12/2022 £2,472 £1,334,388 SWALLOW For the group's Energy Saving project that will make information easy to understand for people with learning disabilities, helping them to reduce energy consumption, increase energy efficiency and save money.
19/12/2022 £4,947 91 WAYS CIC For a healthy-eating, fuel and money-saving slow cooker course for low-income families to be held at Redcliffe Children's centre.
19/12/2022 £3,300 BRISTOL BORDEAUX PARTNERSHIP Towards hosting teaching assistants from Bristol's twin city of Bordeaux at 6 Bristol primary schools, to promote French culture and language.
19/12/2022 £5,000 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE Towards taking children from 6 Bristol schools on a four-day educational and cultural trip to Bristol’s twinned city of Bordeaux.
19/12/2022 £5,000 £46,692 IGNITE LIFE Towards the running of the group's food bank.
19/12/2022 £5,000 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST For a volunteer-gardening facilitator salary to support local gardening volunteers to increase food growing on the site, for donation to local partners/food clubs.
19/12/2022 £5,000 THE BRISTOL RAINFOREST For a project that constructs vertical vegetable growing systems and training so food can be grown in schools and local communities.
19/12/2022 £5,000 £32,784,000 FAMILY ACTION To support the Families Food and Fun project during the Easter Holidays, providing food and activities to families struggling with food insecurity across our Bristol FOOD Clubs.
19/12/2022 £4,000 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS Toward the cost of the Welcome Drop-in where the group provide a free culturally appropriate lunch for refugees and asylum seekers.
19/12/2022 £5,000 £275,866 RE:WORK For a community allotment project benefiting the community in Knowle West.
19/12/2022 £5,000 £1,936,963 BS3 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT For work using surplus food from allotments/donations to offer a supper club/community kitchen offer.
19/12/2022 £250 £113,287 SPEAR BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Spear Bristol's work with NEET young people. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 BRISTOL PARENT CARER FORUM As directed by the donor towards Bristol Parent Carers' work supporting parents and carers of children with disabilities and special needs who live in Bristol. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 £11,875 AVON AND SOMERSET SEARCH AND RESCUE As directed by the donor towards Avon & Somerset Search and Rescue's work responding to calls for assistance from the public on a 24/7 basis across Bristol and Somerset. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £500 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE As directed by the donor towards Community of Purpose's "Break Free" holiday activity programme that targets holiday hunger by providing high-quality activities and free food for young people aged 8-13 across areas with the most need in South Bristol. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 £577,404 HOLLY HEDGE ANIMAL SANCTUARY As directed by the donor towards Holly Hedge's work rescuing and rehoming unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £994 £40,689 RIPPLES OF COMPASSION For a project providing healthy home/chef-made ready meals for parents leaving hospitals/hospice following the death of their child and families of children with cancer/life-limiting conditions.
19/12/2022 £250 £62,306 CLEVEDON AND DISTRICT FOODBANK CIO As directed by the donor towards Clevedon District Foodbank's work feeding local people in crisis. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 FRIENDS OF JUBILEE POOL As directed by the donor towards Friends of Jubilee Pool's work of saving the pool by bringing it into community ownership and ensure it remains a hub for locals to continue swimming for future generations to come. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 £4,776,698 BOWEL CANCER UK As directed by the donor towards Bowel Cancer UK's work saving lives and improving the quality of life of everyone affected by bowel cancer. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Caring in Bristol's work providing advice, support and information to reduce homelessness in Bristol. Due diligence checked.
19/12/2022 £250 CITY CHURCH BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards City Church Bristol's Street Life project providing hot meals, clothing, toiletries etc to those in need. Due diligence checked.
15/12/2022 £4,360 £99,210 WHITFIELD TABERNACLE TRUST Developing the Kingswood Tabernacle creative community hub through family and community engagement activities in and around the Tabernacle building during its restoration.
15/12/2022 £4,554 £1,798,082 CINTRE For an allotment project to support access to the community and tackle social isolation for people with learning difficulties and mental health difficulties.
14/12/2022 £10,000 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES A walking group for men in Bristol including refugee and asylum seeking men and local volunteers, to reduce isolation and improve physical and mental health.
14/12/2022 £9,945 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN To provide a weekly Art Therapy group for those living with dementia and their carers to reduce isolation and provide much needed positive experiences.
14/12/2022 £5,000 £1,503,844 FARESHARE SOUTH WEST For core funding to support food redistribution activities whilst providing a safe and supporting environment to deliver supported work experience and employability programmes.
14/12/2022 £10,000 £240,793 THE HARBOUR Pilot delivering The Harbour's counselling sessions from Knowle West Health Park (KWHP). Building on KWHP's work tackling health inequalities in South Bristol by providing specialist support for people facing death, dying and bereavement.
14/12/2022 £3,000 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM To continue the group's Supported Farming and Green care unit which supports the health and well-being of people with learning difficulties.
14/12/2022 £368 £308,162 THE RAPHAEL CENTRE To pay for a staff member to attend a pottery course, so they can continue to provide pottery activities for the people who live at Raphael House who have learning difficulties.
14/12/2022 £600 FRENCHAY CRICKET AND SPORTS CLUB To take Cricket Sessions for SEND Children into South Gloucestershire Primary Schools, leading to a SEND Cricket Day at Frenchay.
14/12/2022 £1,000 £439,218 BAND BRISTOL ASSOCIATION FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD DAYCARE To pay for additional workers to support children with learning difficulties to access childcare in the Bristol area.
14/12/2022 £1,900 £63,020,950 BRANDON TRUST To support people with learning difficulties in a residential care setting to design and create a garden, creating a calm, safe space they can enjoy.
14/12/2022 £250 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards support for homeless people
14/12/2022 £2,025 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To fund a fitness coach to provide various sports activities for a group of young people with learning difficulties.
14/12/2022 £500 £4,621,373 GREAT WESTERN AIR AMBULANCE CHARITY As requested by the donor towards their Christmas appeal
13/12/2022 £2,000 £986,000 TOBACCO FACTORY ARTS TRUST Toward the Get Involved programmes that provide performing arts opportunities for children and young people.
12/12/2022 £1,250 INCLUSIVE CHANGE AT WORK C.I.C. Supporting Neurodiverse individuals to access, transition and succeed in studying at UWE and future employment.
12/12/2022 £1,500 £240,708 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) Towards the Filton Pollinator Project, working with students from UWE.
12/12/2022 £240 £1,776,631 FULHAM FC FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the work of the Fulham FC Foundation (matched funding). Due diligence completed.
09/12/2022 £11,000 RESET WSM COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Supporting children and young people who are out of education or on a part time education plan and who also have social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
09/12/2022 £5,000 PILL FOOD BANK We seek funding towards establishing and running a Food Bank Hub once a week for 12 months from March 2023-February 2024. The Hub will follow a social supermarket model.
09/12/2022 £2,800 CREATIVE OUTBURSTS CIC For awareness raising sessions on hygiene and hygiene essentials packs for young people living in South Ward, Weston super Mare.
09/12/2022 £12,000 CREATIVE OUTBURSTS CIC We are requesting £18,000 for 15 months part funding towards staffing costs, young people's activity costs and operational costs.
09/12/2022 £10,000 £1,657,656 SOMERSET AND AVON RAPE & SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT Funding will support SARSAS to expand its LDA sexual violence support services in North Somerset. We will develop partnerships, provide 1:1 sessions for LDA survivors, and deliver preventative workshop activity.
09/12/2022 £4,500 £12,013 NAILSEA TITHE BARN TRUST To run Nailsea Memory Cafe which meets weekly and provides support to people with dementia and their carers. The cafe also provides training, outreach support and outings.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £208,552 AID BOX COMMUNITY Towards running costs of the Hub project to provide refugees and asylum seekers with essential living items, welfare support, signposting and a welcoming community.
09/12/2022 £2,600 THAT CREATIVE THINGY WOTSIT CIC To deliver workshops and puppet shows in three residential and care settings for people with dementia and their carers and people with mental health difficulties.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £141,353 BELOVED Towards core costs to help continue support work for women in the indoor sex industry in Bristol through the cost of living crisis.
09/12/2022 £20,000 £59,161 COMMUNITY SCRAPSTORE NORTH SOMERSET Growing and developing the Community Scrapstore to better enable and support community organisations and individuals in North Somerset to improve wellbeing and mental health
09/12/2022 £3,000 GREEN COMMUNITY TRAVEL Towards core costs to support a Ring and Ride service and to enable increased capacity and sustainability.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £172,429 YOUR PARK BRISTOL & BATH To run the Roots to Wellbeing Project, which provides in-nature therapy sessions, in Brickfields Park, Bath.
09/12/2022 £4,000 BRITISH BANGLADESHI ASSOCIATION FOR NORTH SOMERSET We are seeking grant to fund our ambitious activities: 1. Sewing machine 2. Sewing classes 3. English language classes 4. Children educational activities
09/12/2022 £8,000 £1,676 CLAVERHAM AND WINFORD RIDING FOR THE DISABLED We are requesting a grant of 8,516 towards running costs of our organisation, to help subsidise the costs for our services users.
09/12/2022 £2,995 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD To deliver weekly social and therapeutic horticulture community gardening sessions to improve the lives of people living in a deprived inner city area and help to build a stronger community.
09/12/2022 £2,906 £225,002 BATH YOUTH FOR CHRIST (ONE EIGHTY) To provide free dance classes for children aged 7-11 living in the Twerton, Whiteway & Southdown areas of Bath.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £799,328 TALKING MONEY Towards Money Advice Caseworkers who provide financial advice to help alleviate poverty, support people to access food and fuel, and prevent homelessness.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE Towards the core costs of the advice service between January and March.
09/12/2022 £3,000 £240,793 THE HARBOUR To offer grief support for people facing death, dying and bereavement in the Filwood Ward of Bristol.
09/12/2022 £2,500 £749,884 MENTORING PLUS For training for the group's Volunteer Mentoring Practitioners in order to meet high demand for their mentoring programmes.
09/12/2022 £2,900 £275,866 RE:WORK For core running costs, staff training and work around enabling skills sharing between local residents.
09/12/2022 £2,906 £1,334,388 SWALLOW For the Gardening in the Community Project to enable people with learning disabilities to offer gardening to vulnerable older people living locally in their own homes.
09/12/2022 £10,000 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé PROJECT CIC We are seeking support to further develop and expand our range of Cycling activities for vulnerable user groups in the local community and residents of North Somerset as a whole.
09/12/2022 £10,000 £415,981 VOLUNTARY ACTION NORTH SOMERSET To upskill and develop volunteer group, through training, infrastructure support and increase volunteer numbers to create a group of well being champions to address mental health issues such as isolation.
09/12/2022 £10,000 £164,011 WELLSPRING COUNSELLING Increasing our ability to reduce costs further for those clients who are particularly struggling with financial insecurity.
09/12/2022 £15,000 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK To develop our Digital Inclusion programme (Tea & Tech) further across North Somerset, offering 1:1 and group sessions in a relaxed and friendly environment for people needing help with IT
09/12/2022 £3,000 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK To develop a digital inclusion programme, offering supported group and one to one sessions in a friendly and relaxed environment, to people who need help to engage online.
09/12/2022 £2,000 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES A contribution to core organisational costs for this group supporting asylum seekers and refugees.
09/12/2022 £2,000 £1,541 THE KEY - UNLOCK POTENTIAL A contribution towards the cost of a project manager who will support delivery of the Key Cafe project and oversee fundraising activity.
09/12/2022 £2,000 OPEN MINDS ACTIVE LTD Towards a social prescribing programme for marginalised and disadvantaged people experiencing poor mental health; improving lives and increasing wellbeing through access to the outdoors.
09/12/2022 £250 LITTLE HERO As directed by the donor towards Little Hero's work supporting families affected by childhood cancer. Due diligence checked.
09/12/2022 £250 JUSTLIFE FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards Justlife's work supporting homeless people. Due diligence checked.
09/12/2022 £250 THE FLYING SEAGULL PROJECT As directed by the donor towards Flying Seagulls' entertainment work for children and young people in desperate situations in the UK and around the world. Due diligence checked.
09/12/2022 £2,000 £439,218 BAND BRISTOL ASSOCIATION FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD DAYCARE To fund support workers for disabled children attending childcare in the Bristol region.
09/12/2022 £1,500 £147,884 PARK CENTRE (KINGSWOOD) For a weekly low-cost meal in the community centre to allow residents to get together.
09/12/2022 £1,500 £35,497 BRISTOL AUTISM SUPPORT To support parents and carers of children with autism with information via in-person/online groups, family activities, and a website and social media community.
08/12/2022 £2,688 £349,000 GYMPANZEES As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations's support of children, young people and their families (0-25yrs) with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, SEN and any mild to profound disability, to access specialist equipment and vital support systems.
08/12/2022 £5,000 £20,703 THE GROVE @ BEDMINSTER DOWN For the delivery of 5, 7-week 'Positive Changes' programmes at The Grove @ Bedminster Down focused on preventing and reducing crime and anti-social behaviour for local young people aged 8-16.
08/12/2022 £4,933 £49,584 VOICES FOR LIFE Towards a new singing and wellbeing project, ‘Shining a light on children’s uniqueness'.
08/12/2022 £5,000 £20,902 AVON COUNSELLING & PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICE Towards the provision of low-cost counselling sessions for the community.
08/12/2022 £250 £113,287 SPEAR BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Spear Bristol's work with NEET young people. Due diligence checked.
08/12/2022 £250 £577,404 HOLLY HEDGE ANIMAL SANCTUARY As directed by the donor towards Holly Hedge's work rescuing and rehoming unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. Due diligence checked.
08/12/2022 £250 £1,664,041 THE WAVE PROJECT As directed by the donor towards surf therapy for children with physical disabilities and mental health problems. Due diligence checked.
08/12/2022 £250 107TH (WHITCHURCH) SCOUT GROUP As directed by the donor towards 107th Bristol Scout Group's programme of informal education for children and young people with an emphasis on practical outdoor activities. Due diligence checked.
08/12/2022 £500 £903,200 BRISTOL MIND Towards vouchers for Asylum-Seeker Children staying in Bristol Hotels over Christmas
08/12/2022 £229 £665,948,138 CANCER RESEARCH UK As requested by the fund holder towards beating cancer through research. Due diligence completed.
08/12/2022 £205 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL As requested by the donor towards positive activities and training for young people.
08/12/2022 £250 £11,725,959 MOVEMBER EUROPE As requested by the donor towards raising awareness of serious health problems affecting men. Due diligence completed.
08/12/2022 £250 £150,437 RESOUND As directed by the donor towards Resound's support for the poor and disadvantaged in the local community. Due diligence checked.
06/12/2022 £2,400 KINGSHILL CHURCH SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, to support 6 pupils.
06/12/2022 £2,400 COURT DE WYCK CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the donor, to provide additional support for 6 pupils.
06/12/2022 £2,400 GROVE JUNIOR SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, for additional support 6 pupils
06/12/2022 £2,400 NORTHLEAZE PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, to support 6 pupils.
06/12/2022 £1,600 ST FRANCIS' CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, towards additional support for four children.
06/12/2022 £2,000 WRAXALL COFE PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, to support 5 pupils
06/12/2022 £400 HANNAH MORE PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the donor for extra teaching support.
06/12/2022 £2,000 WINFORD CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder, to support 5 pupils.
05/12/2022 £1,000 £1,657,656 SOMERSET AND AVON RAPE & SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT To provide time limited of trauma counselling by fully qualified, experienced and supervised sessional counsellors in the Avon and Somerset area. Due diligence checked.
05/12/2022 £1,000 £1,242,754 INHOPE As directed by the donor towards matched funding for inHope 'Big Give appeal 2022. Due diligence checked.
01/12/2022 £4,905 RESET WSM COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Renovating a new space that children and young people can use for an alternative learning provision and targeted group sessions.
01/12/2022 £4,960 TRAVELLING KITCHEN CIC Toward a series of community 'cook-ups' in Southmead to share cooking skills, batch-cook meals to take away and address isolation by enjoying a shared lunch.
01/12/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL FOOD PRODUCERS NETWORK LIMITED Toward materials and resources to grow nutritious, fresh, seasonal vegetables for food banks in the South and East Bristol Food Bank Network.
01/12/2022 £4,500 TEAM CANTEEN CIC Toward ingredients, so the group can provide families in need in the south of Bristol with a nutritious home cooked meal each week.
01/12/2022 £4,100 £1,109,167 CARING IN BRISTOL Toward the Bristol Goods project, a pop-up food shop operating in Hartcliffe and Withywood, providing affordable healthy food, independent living skills and additional support to people on low incomes or at risk of homelessness.
01/12/2022 £2,500 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Toward the Come Dine with Us project, which provides a fortnightly healthy and nutritious meal for 20-30 'BAME' disabled and older people in the Easton and Lawrence Hill area.
01/12/2022 £5,000 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 Toward equipment and resources for the group's Freezer Meals project which provides meals, using high quality local produce, for people in need in the Hartcliffe and Withywood area.
01/12/2022 £5,000 £74,816 KNOWLE WEST HEALTH ASSOCIATION For the equipment and ingredients required to run a year's worth of community cookery classes in the group's Community Kitchen on Filwood Broadway, Knowle West.
01/12/2022 £3,000 SIMS HILL SHARED HARVEST To expand the reach of the ‘Soil Connections’ project, which provides agro-ecological work experience, mentoring and social sessions for asylum seekers, migrants and refugees.
01/12/2022 £3,500 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM For work to better connect Hartcliffe residents in need of affordable, healthy, fresh food with a newly established vegetable box scheme at Hartcliffe City Farm.
01/12/2022 £4,550 ZION BRISTOL A programme of events based on the cultures of Eastern European countries to increase community cohesion.
01/12/2022 £5,000 APE PROJECT CIC To assist with the provision of free, freshly cooked hot meals to all the children that attend St Paul's Adventure Playground.
01/12/2022 £5,000 APE PROJECT CIC A programme of early intervention and preventative activities for young people (aged 12-15) from the St Pauls and neighbouring areas in order to steer them away from becoming involved in anti-social or criminal behaviour
01/12/2022 £3,000 £1,699,504 FOODCYCLE To ensure that the group's free weekly community meals, made using surplus food donations, continues to benefit Bristol residents in Easton and Barton Hill.
01/12/2022 £3,126 £6,408,439 GROUNDWORK SOUTH TRUST Toward the group's gardening club which engages children and young people in Lockleaze in informal education around healthy eating and growing fresh produce, reducing food poverty and culminating in a garden harvest feast bringing the local community together.
01/12/2022 £4,350 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE Toward a sustainable watering system at the Secret Garden, Avonmouth Station, to ensure the group can maximise the amount of food they grow to provide to people struggling from food poverty in and around Avonmouth.
01/12/2022 £2,004 BRANCHES OUT CIC To offer free holiday club sessions to create positive experiences with food and provide food education to children aged 5-11 experiencing food insecurity in Hartcliffe and Withywood.
01/12/2022 £400 CORNERSTONE WSM C.I.C (13197107) As requested by the fund holder, to purchase to bed sponsorship packages for 2 children.
01/12/2022 £2,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE Toward the “Eat healthy, Stay healthy” project, which involves a set of food and healthy eating educational workshops benefiting people in Lawrence Hill who are disproportionally affected by challenges of food poverty, unemployment, and the increasing cost of living.
01/12/2022 £500 £69,092,929 E5 BRISTOL CITY CHURCH As requested by the donor on 18/11/2022 towards supporting people within Bristol experiencing homelessness with clothing donations. A copy of this request is saved on file.
01/12/2022 £1,000 HILLFIELDS COMMUNITY GARDEN To expand the group's regular Saturday Gardening group to include lessons on edible plant growing and a food club where they will provide a free healthy meal cooked in their garden in Hillfields.
01/12/2022 £300 COMMUNITY CHURCH SOUTHMEAD As approved by the High Sheriff towards Bristol Brickers Basketball Club
01/12/2022 £391 ALLIANCE HOMES As requested by the donor for Weston Young Carers.
01/12/2022 £1,000 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS Toward the cost of the Welcome Drop-in where the group provide a free culturally appropriate lunch for refugees and asylum seekers, so they can access a hot meal and socialise in a warm and safe environment.
01/12/2022 £960 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM Toward the costs of continuing to host a weekly Cooking and Well-being activity for Asylum Seekers and Refugees run in conjunction with Bristol Mind.
01/12/2022 £2,000 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH As requested by the donor towards support for young people in South Bristol
30/11/2022 £2,000 AVONMOUTH PROJECTS GROUP Our Christmas event for 2021. We will take Santa around Avonmouth, Lawrence Weston, Shirehampton, Coombe Dingle & Sea Mills donating gifts to all local children (over 2500 last year).
30/11/2022 £1,000 £20,911 EDUCATIONAL ACTION CHALLENGING HOMOPHOBIA (EACH) We seek core cost funding towards the upkeep, promotion and staffing costs of our Helpline to continue support of LGBT+ young people - keeping this free at point of use.
28/11/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL CREATIVE THERAPY CENTRE C.I.C To pay for 2 qualified therapists to deliver 1-1 therapy sessions for children.
28/11/2022 £3,500 1ST BRISTOL NAVIGATORS Toward start-up costs for this youth group working in the Bishopsworth area.
25/11/2022 £1,500 QUEEN ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL As directed by the donor towards the work of QEH Bristol (annual donation).
24/11/2022 £500 £146,436 SOMEWHERE TO GO LTD As directed by the donor towards the costs of a washing machine. Due diligence checked.
23/11/2022 £1,000 £4,149,755 CREATIVE YOUTH NETWORK As directed by the donor towards CYN's matched funding challenge - Big Give Christmas Challenge. CYN intend to raise £15k and have already secured £7,500 of it. The £15,000 will be invested directly into provision for young people. £10,000 will keep our inner-city youth centre The Station running as a safe, welcoming and warm space for 7,500 young people a year. £5,000 will provide activities that build confidence, skills and re-engagement through creativity for 300 young people
22/11/2022 £250 £113,287 SPEAR BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards Spear Bristol's work with NEET young people.
22/11/2022 £250 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As directed by the fund holder towards Weston-super-Mare Foodbank's work providing emergency food and support to local people.
22/11/2022 £250 £539,379 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT As directed by the fund holder towards Brigstowe's work supporting people affected by HIV.
22/11/2022 £250 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS As requested by the donor towards Bristol Refugee Rights's work with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.
22/11/2022 £250 £2,947,693 LAUNCHPAD READING As requested by the fund holder towards support for people at risk of becoming homeless in Reading
21/11/2022 £500 £215,836 SIXTY-ONE As requested by the donor towards the enabling "individuals, churches, charities and businesses to provide the relational and community based support offenders need to live free from crime."
21/11/2022 £250 £314,193 THE SCHOOL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION As requested by the donor towards supporting everyone involved with school libraries to help promote high quality reading and learning opportunities, specifically towards The Bristol Teen Book Awards.
21/11/2022 £500 £3,580,000 SOUTHMEAD HOSPITAL CHARITY As directed by the donor towards funding work beyond NHS budgets: Pioneering research Patient & family wellbeing Staff wellbeing & training Cutting-edge equipment Enhancing buildings & spaces
21/11/2022 £250 FARNBOROUGH FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder towards support for people facing food insecurity in Farnborough.
21/11/2022 £500 £764,329 BRACE Grant to BRACE
21/11/2022 £500 £355,804 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE As requested by the donor.
21/11/2022 £500 £240,793 THE HARBOUR As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation supporting those who are facing death, dying and bereavement.
21/11/2022 £250 £97,756 MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY As requested by the fund holder towards support for people with learning difficulties Due diligence checked
21/11/2022 £500 £1,752,064 ONE25 As requested by the fund holder towards supporting an extremely marginalised group of women moving from crisis and trauma towards independence in the community.
21/11/2022 £500 £570,502 SOFA PROJECT As requested by the donor.
21/11/2022 £500 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO'S As requested by the donor.
21/11/2022 £250 £2,947,693 LAUNCHPAD READING As requested by the fund holder towards support for people at risk of becoming homeless in Reading
18/11/2022 £500 £120,400,000 ORDER OF ST JOHN As requested by the donor towards the humanitarian work of the Order of St John: "the encouragement and promotion of all work of humanity and charity for the relief of persons in sickness, distress, suffering or danger, without distinction of race, class or creed".
18/11/2022 £500 £297,300,000 BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards research into all heart and circulatory diseases and the things that cause them. Heart diseases. Stroke. Vascular dementia. Diabetes.
18/11/2022 £250 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards support for homeless people
18/11/2022 £500 £15,587,000 OUTWARD BOUND TRUST As requested by the donor towards the work of the Outward Bound Trust in inspiring young people to defy their limitations so they become strong, resilient and curious, ready for the challenges of life.
18/11/2022 £500 £15,602,000 ST PETER'S HOSPICE As requested by the donor towards the work of St Peter's Hospice in Bristol. St Peter's Hospice provides specialist palliative care to adults with life-limiting illnesses, including support to their relatives, friends and professional carers in the Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset area.
16/11/2022 £5,000 ONE PLANET MATTERS CIC To expand a growing communities network across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, raising awareness of the network and increasing volunteer opportunities and community participation.
16/11/2022 £4,816 FOCCAL To extend the opening hours of the library building in order to provide a warm area for supported communal activity throughout the winter months.
16/11/2022 £3,000 KNOWLE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING GROUP Printing and distribution of leaflets, hiring venues for meetings, professional fees for technical advice associated with scrutinising development proposals and encouraging engagement in Local Plan consultation.
16/11/2022 £5,000 £6,061,932 THE NELSON TRUST To provide additional support to vulnerable women across Bristol through an increase in outreach check-ins, late night opening of the Women's Centre and extra hot meal service.
16/11/2022 £4,200 £509,425 YOUTH MOVES To provide an after school drop in for young people to come to on their way home form school and college where they can have food twice a week.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £40,092 OASIS HUB SOUTH BRISTOL We are seeking a grant towards opening our community space and providing a staff member to be there every time and allowing the community to use our cooking facilities.
15/11/2022 £2,854 FRIENDS OF HILLFIELDS LIBRARY Opening the library space out of hours during winter to provide a living room place for connecting, working and keeping warm.
15/11/2022 £4,644 THREEFOLD THEATRE CIC Funding for C&YP from BAME/low income families in Easton/Lawrence Hill to access a regular community drama group that provides high quality experiences in the performing arts.
15/11/2022 £3,800 £46,000 REDCATCH COMMUNITY CHURCH To provide a warm safe free access space in Knowle to support people through the energy and cost of living crisis.
15/11/2022 £2,500 ST AGNES CHURCH To cover the increasing energy costs associated with running a welcoming space.
15/11/2022 £5,000 BRICK PROJECT CIC Creating a giant community mandala, through painting workshops, to be displayed in Easton Community Centre, to document the whole community collaborating through self-expression during the cost-of-living crisis.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £92,377 LAWRENCE WESTON OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES For annual rent costs for this group supporting working families on low incomes and those in receipt of benefits.
15/11/2022 £5,000 ACORN (THE ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS FOR REFORM NOW LIMITED) Door knocking and community organising to develop a strong community network which can provide support and advice around housing issues and community issues in the diverse community in Lockleaze.
15/11/2022 £4,762 £59,968 STREETSPACE KNOWLE To provide a safe warm space for vulnerable young people to access during a time of economic hardship.
15/11/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE To provide community gathering sessions, which includes a hot meal, at Easton Community Centre and deliver walking sessions for older people alongside advice on reducing their energy costs
15/11/2022 £5,000 REAL PHOTOGRAPHY CIC Winter Warmer Photography Project: A community photography project based in the cosy Darkrooms at St Pauls Learning Centre involving small groups of local residents in creative activities through the winter.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £349,000 GYMPANZEES Towards a Lending Library Community Outreach Programme where staff and volunteers deliver specialist disability equipment to families in Bristol.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST Provide indoor activities for local community in a welcoming, warm place and activities that encourage local residents to come together to share, create and socialise.
15/11/2022 £4,800 SHIREHAMPTON METHODIST CHURCH The warm Welcome-Space here will enable us to open for at least 12 weeks, 2 extra afternoons pw. 3-8pm with set-up over the coldest months, including some food and free activities.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £17,792 ASHTON VALE CLUB FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Towards the utility costs that will enable the organisation to be open for indoor community-led activities that includes youth club activities as well as a day time over 55s group.
15/11/2022 £4,760 £1,724,622 BIG ISSUE FOUNDATION Helping vendors to understand and access the support available to address the increase in cost of living. Pro-actively reaching out to vendors to offer practical support.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS Weekly social Welcome Drop-in and one stop shop; an initial point of access for asylum seekers and refugees to get specialist legal advice, emotional and practical support.
15/11/2022 £4,080 £1,109,167 CARING IN BRISTOL To run cost of living crisis workshops at the weekly food club in Hartcliffe and Withywood.
15/11/2022 £2,505 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST To provide free fortnightly weekend art workshops for Muslim women as part of the warm hub offer at Easton Community Centre, culminating in a painted mural.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Super Supper Club to deliver two community meals per week over the winter for 50-70 people.
15/11/2022 £4,124 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Monthly free community meal at Easton Community Centre and three half days a week tea and cake in the cafe area.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £14,615 FRIENDS OF HANNAH MORE PRIMARY SCHOOL To establish a weekly Friends' Community Cooking Cafe in the newly completed community space adjoining Hannah More Primary school.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £1,235,274 HARTCLIFFE & WITHYWOOD VENTURES To provide free 6-week courses to local residents that includes crafts, cooking and wellbeing for single parents, people on low income, older residents, disabled people and others struggling with the increasing cost of living.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 Towards an e-cargo bike rider/shop keeper to deliver food residents, including initial stock set up for a mobile shop.
15/11/2022 £4,917 £112,157 KHAAS ASIAN OPPORTUNITY GROUP Provide a social hub for the carers to come and cook share a meal together in a safe, warm and friendly environment, where their cultural and language needs are met.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £1,036,239 LIFE CYCLE UK To create online spaces and arrange Wellbeing Café meet-ups for our Inclusive Cycling community (including disabled people/those on low-income/older people) so they can socialise, share stories and access cycling support.
15/11/2022 £5,000 ROCK COMMUNITY CENTRE We are seeking assistance with covering the costs associated with running a community centre, these costs include help to cover the fuel crises costs that are increasing.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £1,936,963 BS3 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT To facilitate accessible warm and safe workshops to share info, offer a subsidised meal, free advice and bingo and film nights.
15/11/2022 £5,000 ST MARK'S BAPTIST CHURCH To offer food, a warm space, wi-fi, mobile charging, a lending library, washing machine/tumble dryer facilities and creative activities.
15/11/2022 £5,000 £236,755 SQUARE FOOD FOUNDATION Providing weekly recipe kits to low-income families (through FOOD clubs and schools), encouraging families to cook from scratch, try out new recipes and provide a further meal per week.
15/11/2022 £2,000 £355,367 KENSINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH To provide food, drinks and warmth for local people attending the community café, which is free for local people
15/11/2022 £250 £22,552,000 ST CHRISTOPHER'S As requested by the donor towards the work of St Christopher's.
15/11/2022 £250 £597,309 EUROPEAN NETWORK ON STATELESSNESS As requested by the donor towards the work of the European Network on Statelessness.
15/11/2022 £1,000 £9,411 THE ROB HILL FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards the work of the Rob Hill Foundation which aims to help people beat addiction to substances and activities, as well as empowering them to deal with anxiety, stress and depression. This extends to dealing with trauma, any fear-based conditions and OCD.
15/11/2022 £500 BRISTOL CITY OF SANCTUARY (BCOS) As directed by the donor towards the work of Bristol City of Sanctuary.
15/11/2022 £500 £584,228 EDUCATION & RESOURCES FOR IMPROVING CHILDHOOD CONTINENCE - ERIC As directed by the donor towards the work of the charity.
15/11/2022 £500 £43,025 LIFE EDUCATIONAL CENTRES - BRISTOL As directed by the donor towards the work of Life Education Bristol (Coram Life Education). Coram Life Education is the leading charity provider of relationships, health, wellbeing, and drugs education to children across the UK. Coram Life Education & SCARF offers a whole-school approach to wellbeing and Mental Health. Its PSHE education supports over 50,000 teachers and reaches over 600,000 pupils every year.
15/11/2022 £500 £414,030 SIGHT RESEARCH UK As directed by the donor towards the work of Sight Research UK (formally National Eye Research Centre) which is based in Bristol.
15/11/2022 £250 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL As directed by the donors towards the organisation's core costs.
15/11/2022 £1,913 £85,329 SEA MILLS COMMUNITY INITIATIVES A weekly 'warm space' within the old Methodist Church hall in the heart of Sea Mills. Open and accessible to all with free refreshments, games, activities and books.
11/11/2022 £36,482 £681,641 BRIDGE FOUNDATION As agreed by Quartet's board of trustees at their September 2022 meeting - to release the endowment and revenue fund incomes to Bridge Foundation as per their request and in line with the original fund agreement.
11/11/2022 £250 NORTH BRISTOL & SOUTH GLOS FOODBANK As requested by the donor towards food banks of the Trussell Trust.
10/11/2022 £5,000 £215,836 SIXTY-ONE Community Hubs providing a regular space for ex-offenders to meet together and receive practical and emotional support
10/11/2022 £5,000 £356,940 BATH CITY FARM CCTV as a deterrent for recurring vandalism and an opportunity for restorative justice work
10/11/2022 £5,000 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Weekly 'Felix Nights' sessions for 11-16 years olds at Felix Road Adventure Playground
10/11/2022 £500 AVONMOUTH PROJECTS GROUP As requested by the donor towards giving local children in three villages (in economically-challenged areas) an enjoyable Christmas.
10/11/2022 £1,000 SHIREHAMPTON METHODIST CHURCH As requested by the donor towards Jobs, Training and Enterprise Hub, Shirehampton (Shire JTE Hub) Winter Welcoming Warm Spaces project. JTE Hub is a Shirehampton Methodist Church project. https://jtehubshire.org/
10/11/2022 £100 £215,573 ANCHOR SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal
10/11/2022 £750 £173,703 DOLPHIN SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal
10/11/2022 £100 £108,498 GRATEFUL SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's annual appeal
09/11/2022 £5,000 £1,541 THE KEY - UNLOCK POTENTIAL Towards the cost of a project manager who will support the delivery of the Key Cafe project which will rehabilitate ex-offenders through fully supported work placements.
09/11/2022 £4,785 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK To fund the fitting out of premises for a Food Pantry to establish a new food club and assist with energy costs in the first year.
09/11/2022 £5,000 £654,862 BLUEBELL CARE TRUST To sustain the group's in-demand antenatal course held at Bluebell Place, for expectant parents experiencing anxiety.
09/11/2022 £5,000 £178,365 MENCAP KEYNSHAM & DISTRICT Toward the cost of Club 25 an adult social club for over 25’s with learning difficulties, delivered every Thursday.
09/11/2022 £5,000 £621,643 SPRINGBOARD OPPORTUNITY GROUP Towards equipping a new Early Years Autism Hub, an expansion of Springboard's pilot programme. This hub will meet the complex learning and communication needs of young autistic children.
09/11/2022 £1,000 KEYNSHAM TOWN COMMUNITY RADIO (KTCRFM) Toward the annual running cost of the community radio station.
09/11/2022 £500 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD As requested by the fund holder for the Penny Johnstone Award, in recognition of the charity's work of improving the quality of life of older people and their carers.
09/11/2022 £2,000 SOCIETY OF MERCHANT VENTURERS As requested by the donor towards the SMV Charity.
07/11/2022 £40,000 £445,295 FEEDING BRISTOL Towards desiging and implementing actions from the food equality strategy for children and families in the most disadvantaged communities in the city
07/11/2022 £250 £2,703,562 THE CHILDHOOD TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of The Childhood Trust, London's child poverty charity, dedicated to alleviating the impact of poverty on children and young people living in the capital.
07/11/2022 £500 £3,144,583 LANDAID CHARITABLE TRUST LTD As directed by the donor towards ending youth homelessness in the UK through supporting projects and services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future.
04/11/2022 £3,500 £870,033 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE To convert part of the conservatory into a child-friendly kitchen for children to learn about cooking, recipes and different types of food.
03/11/2022 £6,000 SOCIETY OF MERCHANT VENTURERS As requested by the donor towards the SMV Charity's Winter Crisis appeal.
02/11/2022 £4,992 SENSTORY CIC To pilot 1:1 and group equine facilitated and nature-based therapy, activities and learning for children with additional needs.
02/11/2022 £5,000 £232,308 BORDERLANDS To part-fund the Welcome and Members Participation Officer who will help develop meaningful participation so members' voices inform strategic decisions.
02/11/2022 £500 COEXIST COMMUNITY KITCHEN CIC - Offer bus passes to cover the cost for participants to attend our free community courses
02/11/2022 £150 £114,497 GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards material support for people in hardship.
01/11/2022 £20,000 BRISTOL ENERGY NETWORK to increase the hours of the Help Desk Coordinator, adding 1 day per week over the next six months. This will enable the group to meet demand for training sessions, advice for community groups and to attend more community events that provide advice and support to the public.
01/11/2022 £4,250 WE CARE & REPAIR LTD Supporting Older People in fuel poverty focusing on reducing usage and retaining heat by increasing the energy efficiency of homes.
01/11/2022 £10,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE Towards a Participation and Learning Programme, which creates a developmental ladder for vulnerable young people as they move towards increasing independence.
31/10/2022 £20,000 £32,784,000 FAMILY ACTION to employ a food club volunteer coordinator for 6mths
31/10/2022 £20,000 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY to increase the capacity of a part-time case worker for the WHAM service.
31/10/2022 £10,000 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY For CSE to update their resources and materials to reflect the most relevant advice during the current crisis and make them more accessible.
31/10/2022 £200 CHEDDAR RUGBY CLUB A donation of £200 as requested by the donor towards the cost of a new training kit for the minis teams who are under 6 years old.
28/10/2022 £1,000 £2,390,431 WALLACE & GROMIT’S CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION As requested by the donor specifically towards the Starlight Appeal (Starlight Cancer Ward) at Bristol Children's Hospital. The Grand Appeal which supports families with children at Bristol Children's hospital by providing family accommodation and funds medical research and equipment, music, play and art therapy and enhancing the environment with art to create a fun, stimulating and comforting space.
27/10/2022 £4,615 HIGH LITTLETON COFE PRIMARY SCHOOL To fund a Thrive Practitioner and necessary resources to run the session which support children identified as needing emotional support during the 22/23 Academic Year
27/10/2022 £300 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE As requested by the donor to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness through support of two Sleep Out fundraising: 1625 Independent People: 1625ip Sleep Out 2022 (enthuse.com) 1625 Independent People: 1625ip Sleep Out 2022 (enthuse.com)
26/10/2022 £5,000 CLEVEDON & DISTRICT COMMUNITY LAND TRUST LTD To assist with the group's launch, including a full upgrade of the web site, Facebook and Twitter accounts and the staging of 2 separate launch events.
26/10/2022 £3,000 £79,474 EMPOWERING FUTURES To run nature-based interventions/activities that help to integrate individuals with learning difficulties into the community.
26/10/2022 £5,000 SOUTHMEAD SOMALI ASSOCIATION Towards training and support sessions for local residents to help overcome barriers to gaining self-employment.
26/10/2022 £4,995 TROJAN EDUCATION CENTRE- TROJAN FREE FIGHTERS For training, wellbeing sessions and equipment for this gym in Lawrence Hill which offers support to young people.
26/10/2022 £10,000 £1,109,167 CARING IN BRISTOL Tap for Bristol Homelessness Prevention Programme – working in partnership with local community organisations to prevent homelessness for Bristol residents facing housing issues.
26/10/2022 £3,000 £178,365 MENCAP KEYNSHAM & DISTRICT Toward a weekend children’s social club ‘Super Saturday Club' providing a programme of activities for the benefit of children with learning difficulties.
26/10/2022 £4,192 £147,884 PARK CENTRE (KINGSWOOD) To update the computers in the IT suite and to provide IT courses for the community.
26/10/2022 £5,000 £181,988 STEPPING OUT THEATRE For workshops and performances producing new theatre writing from Ukraine for people experiencing mental health difficulties.
25/10/2022 £4,670 £170,222 OASIS HUB BATH To provide a weekly 'Living Room' throughout the coldest winter months to support those who may be struggling to pay for their heating.
25/10/2022 £5,000 LINKCENTRE For running costs for this group which provides activities and life skills for people with learning difficulties.
25/10/2022 £4,998 £284,869 CHAS BRISTOL - CHURCHES HOUSING AID SOCIETY Towards adviser hours to meet the recent surge in demand, a ramp to enable office wheelchair access, office chairs and a laptop.
25/10/2022 £4,900 MIND YOUR MUSIC For drumming and singing music workshops for adults living with mental health difficulties.
20/10/2022 £5,000 COEXIST COMMUNITY KITCHEN CIC For a food provision service for local families and free cookery classes for young people and families.
20/10/2022 £5,000 REBEL GIRLS CLUB For a drop in service for women, providing weekly activities and support for wellbeing.
20/10/2022 £4,932 OPOKA To deliver learning workshops to support Polish women in Bristol who are vulnerable and struggling with the cost of living crisis.
20/10/2022 £3,510 ST LUKE'S CHURCH To start an afterschool family café in Barton Hill for families to come together over a hot drink and snacks.
20/10/2022 £4,690 £154,535 SOUTH BRISTOL METHODIST CHURCH To create a warm, welcoming space at two churches with refreshments, wifi, phone charging facilities and creative activities.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES Towards a creche and sewing classes for refugee and asylum seeking women, providing a safe, warm space for women to come together to create and socialise alongside local volunteers.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £118,027 MANY MINDS To run a series of drama workshops for people experiencing mental illness, social isolation and poverty, to provide a space where people can come together and be creative.
20/10/2022 £3,730 GRASSROOT COMMUNITIES To deliver detached youth work to over 100 young people in the Hartcliffe area to support their emotional, physical and economic wellbeing.
20/10/2022 £4,927 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN For an after school club for 40 families, providing a nutritious meal, access to information and craft activities.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £141,353 BELOVED For outreach advice and support, and provision of winter wellbeing packs, for women working in the indoor sex industry.
20/10/2022 £4,803 £654,862 BLUEBELL CARE TRUST To deliver drop-in wellbeing groups for parents and under 2s in central Bristol, Henbury, Brentry and Southmead.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £284,869 CHAS BRISTOL - CHURCHES HOUSING AID SOCIETY For additional energy and cost of living advice sessions in Bristol targeted at vulnerable people in crisis.
20/10/2022 £3,100 £173,703 DOLPHIN SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal
20/10/2022 £5,000 £208,610 EBENEZER CHURCH To use the church building as a 'Welcoming Space', providing additional activities and expanding current activities to support local residents.
20/10/2022 £3,500 £109,800 GRATEFUL SOCIETY As directed by the donors towards the society's annual appeal
20/10/2022 £4,320 £42,373 HARTCLIFFE CLUB FOR YOUNG PEOPLE To provide music production, recording and creative arts sessions for young people.
20/10/2022 £5,000 INNS COURT COMMUNITY CENTRE (THE MEDE) To improve facilities and extend opening hours for residents, to provide a more welcoming space.
20/10/2022 £4,775 MIND YOUR MUSIC To provide a safe, warm space with refreshments for people struggling with their mental health to socialise, listen to and play music.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £369,604 ST WERBURGHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Towards longer opening hours at the community centre and developing digital inclusion, wellbeing activities and events, open access signposting and support.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £659,329 THE MATTHEW TREE PROJECT Towards the 'Rebuilding Lives' programme in Filwood, offering support and guidance to families on a low income.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM To provide 25 people from local families with a warm, welcoming space at the Farm and weekly hot, nutritious meals.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £232,308 BORDERLANDS For a Welcoming Space supporting asylum seekers, refugees and other vulnerable migrants to alleviate poverty and hardship, make social connections and build community in their new home in Bristol.
20/10/2022 £4,996 APE PROJECT CIC To increase opening hours at the Adventure Playground, provide additional activities for young people and their families, and provide a welcoming warm space and hot food for all.
20/10/2022 £5,000 £1,699,504 FOODCYCLE To support projects in Easton and Barton Hill over six months, providing free weekly community meals for local vulnerable people.
20/10/2022 £4,998 £6,408,439 GROUNDWORK SOUTH TRUST To act as a ‘Warm Space’ for Lockleaze’s residents, where people can access hot food, free Internet, leisure activities and signposting.
20/10/2022 £2,080 ST CHRISTOPHER'S CHURCH To open this church in Brislington as a Welcoming Space, offering lunch and activities.
20/10/2022 £2,000 WORKING YOUNG To involve local people in a social action gardening project to make an outside meeting place for local people.
20/10/2022 £1,800 £215,573 ANCHOR SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal
19/10/2022 £5,000 £161,149 HILLFIELDS FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TRUST Towards a shortfall in a building refurbishment project at this valuable community hub.
19/10/2022 £3,000 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CHINESE ASSOCIATION For an outreach programme in South Gloucestershire to help the Chinese community make community connections and improve their health and well-being.
19/10/2022 £2,440 £240,708 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) Toward staff costs for a monthly after-school support group for adopted young people.
18/10/2022 £1,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE As directed by the donors, Ian Robinson and Sarah Gilbert, towards the organisation's core costs. This is the second year of funding OTR.
18/10/2022 £1,000 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL As directed by the donors, Ian Robinson and Sarah Gilbert, towards the organisation's core costs. This is the second year of funding OTR.
17/10/2022 £300 £69,706 FILMBATH LTD An unrestricted donation to the Film Festival in Bath as requested by the donor.
17/10/2022 £500 £49,857 CLIFTON DOWN CHARITABLE TRUST As requested by the donor towards repairs on Stoke Road Loos to be managed by The Clifton Down Charitable Trust.
12/10/2022 £1,000 £917,221 CARING IN BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards support for homeless people
10/10/2022 £1,290 FRAMPTON COTTERELL NATURE Towards the project seeking to understand and communicate the impacts of pollution on the river, working with UWE Environmental Science students.
06/10/2022 £5,000 £2,341 FRIENDS OF WHITEHALL PRIMARY SCHOOL Towards a shelter in the development of a wilderness area for outdoor learning at the school.
06/10/2022 £5,000 £1,724,967 ACCESS SPORT To contribute towards employing a part time local community activator to upskill local volunteers and develop regular community cycling activity in Stockwood.
06/10/2022 £5,000 £1,167,741 AGE UK BRISTOL For bridge funding for the dementia service Memory Connections, which provides a non-medical intervention for people with mild to moderate memory loss.
06/10/2022 £4,886 RED TENT PROJECT A creative and horticultural project, offering meaningful activities to empower marginalised women to learn new skills and aiming to improve social connection, mental health and well-being.
05/10/2022 £1,000 WESTON MARINE LAKE MUDLARKS As requested by the donor to support the work of the Mudlarks who are volunteers. Their aim is the promotion and maintenance of the Marine lake for Weston residents and visitors alike. They encourage cold water swimming, paddle boarding and water polo.
04/10/2022 £5,000 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT To set up a weekly Eatwell Café in the Settlement, where people can access a cheap healthy meal, meet other people, volunteer in the café and learn about other services.
04/10/2022 £4,972 £2,819,906 AVON WILDLIFE TRUST To support residents near to Hengrove Mounds and Hawkfield Meadow Local Wildlife Sites, delivering events, training, mentoring, and resources, enabling them to manage the sites into the future.
28/09/2022 £4,258 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN To create a private outdoor space with a separate entrance for a Mental Health and Art Therapy room to protect the privacy and needs of clients.
28/09/2022 £2,500 ACTION GREATER BEDMINSTER Toward a conference supported by asset mapping, to start the process of producing a community plan to prepare for a population increase in the Bedminster neighbourhood.
28/09/2022 £15,000 £1,541 THE KEY - UNLOCK POTENTIAL As requested by the donor towards the work of the organisation, in particular the Key Cafe Project.
28/09/2022 £5,000 £356,940 BATH CITY FARM Toward a new air source heat pump for the farm's main building, which includes the office, training kitchen and public toilets.
28/09/2022 £15,000 £180,420,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Pakistan Floods appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help by providing food, shelter and medical care.
28/09/2022 £5,000 £172,986 SOUNDWELL MUSIC THERAPY TRUST Toward one-to-one music therapy sessions and additional outreach and contact time in Bristol and Bath.
28/09/2022 £250 £30,369,347 PARKINSON'S UK As requested by the donor towards research into a cure for Parkinson's disease.
28/09/2022 £250 £1,222,007 MOSAIC CLUBHOUSE As requested by the donor towards provide support and opportunities to people living with a mental health condition.
28/09/2022 £300 £30,275,000 KNOWLE WEST SCOUT GROUP As approved by the High Sheriff towards camping equipment for a community scouts group
28/09/2022 £250 £242,279 BRISTOL CHILDREN'S HELP SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards providing holiday breaks in the countryside for children from disadvantaged areas of inner-city Bristol.
27/09/2022 £24,222 £1,389,831 WECIL LTD For a Community Connections Navigator role, who will be the first point of contact for most people accessing the WECIL's services.
27/09/2022 £2,300 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To pay for Boccia sessions once a week in a residential setting for people with learning difficulties.
23/09/2022 £260,413 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU A partnership that will link up with Welcoming Spaces across Bristol to provide advice and information to residents who are struggling to meet their basic expenditures due to the cost of living crisis.
23/09/2022 £200,000 £45,774,000 RICHMOND FELLOWSHIP A partnership to deliver mental health and emotional wellbeing support in Bristol’s Welcoming Spaces that are helping residents vulnerable to the cost of living crisis. To include delivering Peer Support Groups, wellbeing training to volunteers and 1 to 1 help for individuals requiring more bespoke support.
23/09/2022 £1,000 £11,549,467 SIDCOT SCHOOL As requested by the donor towards the school's new Sixth Form block, specifically the installation of one solar panel costing £1000. https://www.sidcotiansconnect.org.uk/pages/sidcot-sixth-form
23/09/2022 £1,000 NAILSEA & DISTRICT COMMUNITY TRANSPORT As requested by the donor
22/09/2022 £19,063 REDCATCH COMMUNITY GARDEN To increase capacity to network with and better understand the work of other local organisations, and to communicate this to the community.
22/09/2022 £24,992 £178,217 BRICKS BRISTOL Coordinating and supporting Brislington’s VCSE sector’s efforts to ensure all community members have access to services to support them through the cost of living crisis.
22/09/2022 £25,031 £1,729,704 KNOWLE WEST ALLIANCE To add staff capacity to co-ordinate a local network response to the cost of living crisis for and with residents in Knowle West.
22/09/2022 £24,194 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT To support and coordinate the local cost-of-living response in Lawrence Hill, bringing together welcoming spaces, coordinating volunteers and collecting information so the response can adapt to changing needs.
22/09/2022 £25,000 OUR WHITCHURCH AND HENGROVE COMMUNITY GROUP To employ a coordinator to administer the warm spaces hub and and to support transport costs so isolated members of the community can access provision.
22/09/2022 £25,000 £143,240 AVONMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION To be a Community Hub co-ordinating point, supporting local community action to develop a volunteer network, mapping and signposting for Welcoming Spaces.
22/09/2022 £25,000 £2,318,496 BRISTOL CHARITIES To develop the Vassall Centre to create a Community Hub to deliver and host services and provide local infrastructure.
22/09/2022 £24,928 £53,296 BRISTOL OLDER PEOPLE'S FORUM To develop a Community Hub which will act as a point of contact for older people and develop community action to mitigate the worst effects of the cost of living crisis.
22/09/2022 £20,000 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE To offer holistic support to alleviate the impact of the increasing cost of living and to work with other hubs to help residents access support.
22/09/2022 £22,420 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST To open Easton Community Centre for longer hours, and to create a warm, welcoming, informative and free open access space.
22/09/2022 £24,839 £161,149 HILLFIELDS FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TRUST Towards the provision of a coordinated community response towards the cost of living crisis.
22/09/2022 £25,000 £331,879 LOCKLEAZE NEIGHBOURHOOD TRUST To fund a project co-ordinator to manage the cost of living work across Lockleaze, directing both the Neighbourhood Trust's efforts and co-ordinating with other organisations.
22/09/2022 £25,000 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST To lead a community response to the cost of living crisis, ensuring residents have a warm and safe space, support and advice, and affordable family events.
22/09/2022 £24,500 £1,936,963 BS3 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT To support the set up of monthly drop in cost of living sessions, upskilling workshops around food / local resources, and inter-generational community activities.
22/09/2022 £22,300 £711,696 ST MARY REDCLIFFE CHURCH For additional staff time, volunteer training and activities to increase the capacity of the Redcliffe community hub during the cost of living crisis.
22/09/2022 £20,340 ZION BRISTOL For additional resources to support the community as a Community Hub during the current cost of living crisis.
22/09/2022 £24,800 £92,597 BRISTOL WOMEN'S VOICE To provide a virtual community hub for women and workers that support women, working in partnership to provide information, self-organising training, social action, connection and support.
21/09/2022 £5,000 DOVETAIL ORCHESTRA Towards the set-up and running costs of the pilot of Dovetail Orchestra, a musical project for refugee and asylum-seeking musicians.
21/09/2022 £4,960 SURVIVORS LEADING ESSENTIAL EDUCATION & CHANGE A pilot project tackling the root causes of male violence and supporting those impacted by it: An in-person Men's Learning Course and an Online Survivor Support and Action Space.
21/09/2022 £5,000 £205,289 JULIAN TRUST As requested by the donor towards running a shelter for people who are homeless.
21/09/2022 £1,000 £281,408 BRISTOL AFTER STROKE As requested by the fund holder towards supporting people to adjust to life after stroke.
16/09/2022 £500 £233,949,000 MENCAP As requested by the donor towards Mencap's work through donation to the charity's Christmas concert.
15/09/2022 £2,500 £16,775 LIGHTBOX THEATRE To run creative workshops in St Paul's for isolated local residents and those with mental ill-health
15/09/2022 £5,000 £6,801,653 BRISTOL OLD VIC For a theatre group for people with lived experience of homelessness, with weekly drama sessions and a public performance on the main stage.
15/09/2022 £471 NOVA SPORTS AND COACHING For a Bath Romans Wheelchair Basketball training session attended by the local Neighbourhood Policing Team during National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
15/09/2022 £1,500 £172,429 YOUR PARK BRISTOL & BATH For community sessions and events in Brickfields Park in Bath to redevelop the space and improve the Park's safety and access.
15/09/2022 £250 £574,278 THE LYMPHOMA RESEARCH TRUST The Lymphoma Research Trust strives to improve the life expectancy and quality of life of patients with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
15/09/2022 £250 £4,380,986 KIDSOUT As requested by the donor towards positive experiences for disadvantaged children and young people.
15/09/2022 £250 £103,860,506 NSPCC As requested by the donor towards supporting victims of child abuse.
13/09/2022 £2,808 FAMILY FOOD ACTION For start up costs for this food poverty charity, to enable them to develop their capacity, train more volunteers and increase their publicity.
13/09/2022 £5,000 WANTED NOT WASTED (WOW) C.I.C To provide free counselling, mentoring and groups for children aged 5-18 years old in Weston Super Mare, as well as three outings.
12/09/2022 £27,000 BABBASA Continuation of a partnership to reach and support disadvantaged and 'at risk' children and young people for targeted youth work and play connected to open access sessions in East Central's areas of deprivation. This is a partnership with Imayla, Trinity, East Side Community Trust, Freestyle Bristol and Next Gen Circle CIC.
07/09/2022 £4,800 THE HAVEN To run a health and wellbeing project that uses nature-based activities to support people with experience of addiction, mental health issues and/or trauma.
07/09/2022 £5,000 WE ARE BS15 CIC To develop a community activity programme, additional support groups and streamline the group's systems.
07/09/2022 £5,000 DIAMOND SOCIAL COMMUNITY HUB Toward resources to facilitate support groups and therapy sessions at Imperial Apartments and for related training for staff/volunteers.
07/09/2022 £5,000 £647,972 BRISTOL REFUGEE RIGHTS Towards a database and monitoring systems update to enable the organisation to record data more efficiently and accurately.
07/09/2022 £5,000 £1,109,167 CARING IN BRISTOL Toward the Bristol Goods project, a pop-up food shop in Bristol, providing affordable healthy food, independent living skills and additional support to people on low incomes or at risk of homelessness.
07/09/2022 £5,000 £207,359 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS For weekly peer support groups in five different locations for women experiencing perinatal mental health problems.
07/09/2022 £2,000 SEA MILLS AM DRAM GROUP To provide a Panto in December free of charge for people based in the Sea Mills area.
06/09/2022 £2,000 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK Tackling the negative impact on mental health and wellbeing of social isolation, financial challenges and caring duties in a post-pandemic environment by facilitating peer support groups in rural areas.
05/09/2022 £12,855 £227,576 CHANGES BRISTOL We will run a weekly peer support group every week at a community venue in the Hillfields area. A safe, non-judgemental, empathetic and confidential space where people can talk with others suffering mental health and wellbeing issues whilst using their own experience to help others.
05/09/2022 £650 £614,921 BLACK SOUTH WEST NETWORK Towards the VCSE Strategy Away Day
02/09/2022 £5,000 £1,752,064 ONE25 Funding will give up to 20 highly marginalised women the items they need to help create a home that’s truly hers.
02/09/2022 £250 £3,088,053 CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG As requested by the donor towards support for young people with life threatening cardiac conditions.
02/09/2022 £495 £297,300,000 BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards research into all heart and circulatory diseases and the things that cause them. Heart diseases. Stroke. Vascular dementia. Diabetes.
01/09/2022 £24,866 MISSING LINK towards a part time counsellor post to support adult survivors of Domestic Abuse in Bristol
31/08/2022 £5,000 BLACK* ARTISTS ON THE MOVE For eight Black History Month events led by artists in libraries and secondary schools in South Gloucestershire.
31/08/2022 £5,000 £361,690 ACTA For Thriving Theatre, a free weekly theatre support group for survivors of domestic abuse.
31/08/2022 £4,924 £50,365 INSPIRE TRUST For street dance and musical theatre sessions for children with additional needs, and to fund bursary places for young people from families on low incomes.
31/08/2022 £3,000 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS Towards playworker support for young people with learning difficulties at the group's sessions.
31/08/2022 £1,820 WHITCHURCH LADIES WILDCATS For pitch hire and start-up costs for this new inclusive women's football team.
31/08/2022 £250 MIND JERSEY As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation.
31/08/2022 £100 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE As requested by the donor to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
31/08/2022 £981 £1,370,618 FIRST STEPS (BATH) For a 'Belonging' workshop, including people of colour from the community to better understand barriers and create more inclusive governance and spaces for the organisation.
31/08/2022 £120 STOKE PARK LINK FRIENDS For Link Friends activities at Kilvie House a residential care setting for individuals with learning difficulties.
30/08/2022 £250 £22,796,000 MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE ASSOCIATION As requested by the donor towards support for people with motor neurone disease.
24/08/2022 £250 KUMON WESTBURY-ON-TRYM As requested by the donor.
24/08/2022 £1,000 £553,026 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY Towards the work of the organisation
23/08/2022 £5,000 £774,351 GENESIS TRUST Life Connect – providing opportunities for vulnerable and disadvantaged clients to come together and socially connect around the provision of a meal.
23/08/2022 £5,000 THE COMMUNITY FARM Toward travel costs for people experiencing moderate mental health difficulties to attend a well-being programme courses, particularly people from South Bristol.
23/08/2022 £1,000 £134,180 BATH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDATION Photography project with older people
22/08/2022 £500 £114,497 GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY As request by the donor in support of Alick Campbell’s Appeal.
19/08/2022 £300 DMAC UK As approved by the High Sheriff towards an African dance and drumming project
19/08/2022 £2,000 £100,812 TEEN YOGA We would like to address the mental health and well-being of young parents by teaching them self-regulation, wellness and self-care techniques so they can be calmer parents.
19/08/2022 £2,000 £900,640 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET Financial support for our Community Connection Groups, which are currently running at a loss, enabling us to continue to support older people, whilst attracting new members and becoming self-sufficient.
19/08/2022 £1,000 £134,180 BATH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDATION Photography project with older people
19/08/2022 £1,994 £855,696 CARERS CENTRE B&NES (CARE NETWORK) We are seeking funding for carers who are struggling to cope to have a 6 week intensive course to help them manage their wellbeing and emotional impacts of caring.
19/08/2022 £1,921 £774,351 GENESIS TRUST Delivery of a ten-week Life Course designed to help people to live well in recovery from addiction and/or mental ill-health
19/08/2022 £2,000 £1,334,388 SWALLOW We want to improve our members mental and phyiscal wellbeing by organising a new Boogie Nights dance evening in Midsomer Norton. The current session is over subscribed and hugely popular.
19/08/2022 £1,800 £52,200 BATH GATEWAY OUT & ABOUT Towards staff costs and other expenses to allow the group to introduce more activities to help members to reduce isolation and loneliness.
19/08/2022 £1,940 £295,926 SPORTING FAMILY CHANGE Establish a fully inclusive football club in Norton Radstock open to individuals of all ages and abilities to develop their physical fitness and improve mental health and well-being post pandemic.
18/08/2022 £5,000 BS3 WILDLIFE GROUP For work with Bristol Avon Rivers Trust to develop Colliter's Brook into a more productive wildlife habitat and corridor.
18/08/2022 £5,000 PATCHWAY MEN'S SHED To make available a safe all-weather workspace with hard standing for wheelchair access with additional workshop space and storage.
18/08/2022 £2,000 £242,279 BRISTOL CHILDREN'S HELP SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards providing holiday breaks in the countryside for children from disadvantaged areas of inner-city Bristol.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £26,765 FRIENDS OF HENLEAZE INFANTS SCHOOL (FHIS) For the installation of bike & scooter storage at Henleaze Infant School as part of a sustainable travel initiative, to encourage a switch from car usage to reduce carbon emissions.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £1,648 HAZELNUT COMMUNITY FARM To continue and expand the group's work with local people enabling them to access green spaces and grow food together, increasing wildlife habitats and reducing the carbon emissions produced by the transportation of food.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES To make the group's regular programme of Peace Feasts more environmentally friendly and sustainable, and to use them as a platform for conversations in Bristol’s diverse communities about reducing carbon emissions.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £8,866,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS Toward volunteer costs, tools and materials for Lockleaze Green Gym which provides weekly opportunities for community volunteers to improve local greenspaces for the benefit of wildlife.
17/08/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL FREE SCHOOL To create a new area of wildlife habitat that will also act as a well-being and wildlife education space suitable for pupils with special educational needs.
17/08/2022 £2,500 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE To provide activities that will encourage the use of low-carbon transport and workshops that provide education about environmental challenges and an individual's responsibility for reducing their carbon footprint, primarily working with the Somali community.
17/08/2022 £4,995 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST To significantly improve the whole site's waste management and to produce high-quality multi-purpose compost which will be used to grow more fresh food onsite reducing the carbon emissions produced from the transportation of food.
17/08/2022 £5,000 FILWOOD RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION To create a new community wildlife garden in Knowle West that will be a wildlife haven and benefit local people's health and wellbeing.
17/08/2022 £5,000 SEA MILLS AND COOMBE DINGLE CLIMATE ACTION GROUP For a series events, talks and community activities that will provide information and support for local residents to make changes that will reduce their own carbon footprint.
17/08/2022 £2,800 £289,907 BRISTOL FOLK HOUSE To create a sedum roof and pond in the group's courtyard that will benefit wildlife and enhances biodiversity.
17/08/2022 £4,000 £870,033 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE Toward the cost of a planter, plants and seeds for the development of a concrete outdoor area into a nature oasis that will benefit wildlife, and also help the group to provide wildlife education for children
17/08/2022 £5,000 FRIENDS OF TROOPERS HILL For cutting and removing gorse to reduce the risk of fire and ensure that the reserve's biodiversity is maintained and increased.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £1,036,239 LIFE CYCLE UK Toward the Bike Back project which promotes the use of low carbon travel by refurbishing unwanted bicycles that are sold to the general public at affordable rates or provided for free.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £293,473 MEADOW VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION To develop an outside ecological space in the new community centre that will benefit wildlife.
17/08/2022 £4,963 £665,434 ST WERBURGHS CITY FARM To involve the local community in creating a bog-garden, dipping-pond and wildlife garden that will improve bio-diversity including newts and dragonflies.
17/08/2022 £4,837 £369,604 ST WERBURGHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION To hold community events to share knowledge about the small steps everyone can take to tackle climate change, focusing on ways to reduce carbon emissions in relation to food and travel.
17/08/2022 £4,996 £1,389,831 WECIL LTD To support WECIL's climate action plan, including empowering disabled people to take accessible steps to reduce energy usage, helping them to save money and reduce carbon emissions.
17/08/2022 £5,000 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM To set up a market garden at Hartcliffe City Farm, providing affordable vegetable boxes in a low-income area and reducing carbon emissions by reducing the need to transport food long distances.
17/08/2022 £4,250 £307,050 AMBITION LAWRENCE WESTON To provide vulnerable residents living in Lawrence Weston with domestic items to reduce their carbon footprint by reducing their energy consumption.
17/08/2022 £1,360 SEA MILLS AND COOMBE DINGLE TOGETHER Toward planting a hedgerow of wildlife-friendly shrubs along the perimeter of the Sea Mills Recreation Ground, involving local volunteers in learning about wildlife friendly planting.
17/08/2022 £1,600 ST GREGORY THE GREAT CHURCH, HORFIELD Toward creating a wildlife garden on the grounds of the church.
17/08/2022 £550 £145,648 HORFIELD METHODIST CHURCH To insulate an office roof space on the upper floor of the building and to lag exposed heating pipes in one of the community rooms to help reduce energy use and so reduce carbon emissions.
17/08/2022 £420 FRIENDS OF EASTVILLE PARK To purchase resources enabling the community to make changes to planting in the park that will benefit wildlife and enhance biodiversity.
17/08/2022 £1,000 SUSTAINABLE WESTBURY-ON-TRYM (SUSWOT) (ON BEHALF OF TROUTINTHETRYM) To remove the deep historic rubbish from the Trym and Hazel Brook river system in Bristol so as to improve the ecology of the river and keep it clean for the benefit of wildlife.
17/08/2022 £2,000 BRAMBLE FARM To create a community orchard in part of the farm which will produce zero carbon fruit and fruit juice for the local community, and benefit wildlife.
16/08/2022 £12,000 £40,676 UPPER HORFIELD COMMUNITY TRUST For the administrator's post to support the organisation's core work providing facilities to the Upper Horfield community.
15/08/2022 £250 £114,497 GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards material support for people in hardship.
10/08/2022 £4,200 £789,399 SOUTHSIDE FAMILY PROJECT For a Crisis Fund to support local families experiencing poverty or domestic abuse with emergency supplies and resources in crisis situations.
10/08/2022 £1,000 £192,204 WESTBURY ON TRYM BAPTIST CHURCH As requested by the donor towards the church's 'English for Everyone' books for refugees campaign.
10/08/2022 £450 £2,390,431 WALLACE & GROMIT’S CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards The Grand Appeal 'Make a Move' event on Saturday 3 September. ‘Make a Move!’ event is a day for patients, both past and present, to come together and try out a host of different sports and activities. The day is open to children and young people who have been treated for cancer and benign haematological conditions under the care of Bristol Children’s Hospital and the South West. https://www.grandappeal.org.uk/make-a-move/
09/08/2022 £4,955 £172,429 YOUR PARK BRISTOL & BATH To develop a regional partnership of disabled people and carer organisations to raise awareness and to improve access to parks for these communities.
09/08/2022 £5,000 FRIENDS OF ST PAULS LUXURIANCE For a programme of creative activities in East and Central Bristol primary schools during Black History Month.
03/08/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL TOGETHER CIC Onsite training and development in various building related trades for ex-offenders.
03/08/2022 £10,000 APE PROJECT CIC To support playworker salaries that allows the adventure playground to continue delivering play services.
02/08/2022 £4,500 CHEW VALLEY RUGBY CLUB LIMITED For the Star Scheme, a project enabling young people from South Bristol to fully participate as members of Chew Valley Rugby Club.
02/08/2022 £5,000 £193,733 HOME-START BRISTOL Towards core costs to provide befriending for parents with a child under 5 and to pilot groupwork for parents.
01/08/2022 £130,000 £11,133,000 UK YOUTH As requested by the donor towards a multi year partnership addressing digital poverty for young people. Year 1 of 3.
01/08/2022 £1,000 ZION BRISTOL As directed by donor towards supporting Zion to become community-owned.
28/07/2022 £250 £349,000 GYMPANZEES As requested by the fund holder, matched donation for Christmas fundraising, to continue the organisations's support of children, young people and their families (0-25yrs) with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, SEN and any mild to profound disability, to access specialist equipment and vital support systems.
28/07/2022 £250 £44,900,641 ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH UK As requested by the donor towards dementia support and research
27/07/2022 £2,500 £439,218 BAND BRISTOL ASSOCIATION FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD DAYCARE For FGM awareness, positive body awareness, healthy sexual development and LGBTQ awareness courses for childcare providers in Bristol.
26/07/2022 £5,000 £141,353 BELOVED A new series of monthly Wellbeing Workshops to raise aspirations, provide new cultural opportunities and boost mental health of women in the indoor sex industry in Bristol.
26/07/2022 £4,914 £225,002 BATH YOUTH FOR CHRIST (ONE EIGHTY) For a weekly after school youth club for young people from Whiteway and Southdown (amended to Peasedown St John on 23/9/22)
26/07/2022 £2,553 £103,917 CLEVEDON YMCA To run a holiday programme for young people aged 11-18 in Clevedon.
25/07/2022 £20,000 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC A partnership delivering a programme of mobile, detached and open access youth work sessions across North Bristol, including Lawrence Weston, Henbury and Brentry. This is in partnership with Oasis Hub North, Southmead Development Trust, and Young Bristol.
25/07/2022 £33,000 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL A partnership delivering a programme of mobile, detached and open access youth work sessions across South Bristol, including Bedminster, Hengrove, Stockwood and Brislington. This is in partnership with Grassroot Communities, BS14 Youth Club and The Grove @Bedminster Down.
25/07/2022 £120 SEED SESSIONS Grant to Seed Sessions
22/07/2022 £5,000 CHEW VALLEY COMMUNITY CIC For transport and other practical solutions that support the emerging needs of refugees from Ukraine being hosted in the Chew Valley.
22/07/2022 £300 £681,329 RSPCA NORTH SOMERSET BRANCH As requested by the donor towards the work of the local North Somerset Branch of the charity which raises its own funds to prevent animal cruelty and suffering and improve animal welfare by the provision of services, such as pet-rehoming and veterinary care.
21/07/2022 £250 £13,607 ST MARY'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder towards the work of the school's Parent Teacher Association.
20/07/2022 £2,640 £6,822 INCREDIBLE ME To provide transportation for parents/carers of children with learning difficulties to attend groups, after-school clubs and events at Long Cross Resource Base.
20/07/2022 £4,340 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE For football and basketball sessions for Somali girls and workshops and one-to-one sessions for boys and girls to help reduce involvement in crime.
20/07/2022 £5,000 SUNFLOWER COLLECTIVE C.I.C To hold a 6 session holiday club at Goblin Combe for children from the inner city with workshops, outdoor activities and homecooked meals.
20/07/2022 £5,000 £799,328 TALKING MONEY Towards a Money Advice Caseworker, who will work collaboratively with clients to help alleviate poverty, prevent homelessness, and support people to access food and fuel.
20/07/2022 £5,000 £1,926,541 CHANGING FACES As requested by the fund holder towards a Bristol-based project.
20/07/2022 £1,000 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE As requested by the donor towards Community of Purpose's Break Free programme which will allow two extra schools (10x young people) to go on a trip to Bordeaux in September this year.
20/07/2022 £720 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To enable service users from Milestones Trust day centre " Stepping Forward " to re-engage with cycling at Warmley Wheelers
19/07/2022 £3,930 ZERO CARBON NORTH SOMERSET Toward the cost of a website, holding meetings and events, and creating support information to help develop the profile, capacity and reach of the group which promotes knowledge and understanding of climate change in North Somerset.
19/07/2022 £3,000 BADGWORTH SCHOOLROOM MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Toward the installation of solar panels and a battery to store solar energy at this community centre.
19/07/2022 £4,000 £29,036 BERROW COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LIMITED To install solar panels on the roof of the Village Hall as well as a storage battery.
19/07/2022 £4,000 LIGHTHOUSE SCHOOLS PARTNERSHIP To replace existing classroom lighting with energy-efficient LED lighting as part of a phased 4-year project to replace the lighting throughout the school.
19/07/2022 £4,000 £244,441 ALL-ABOARD WATERSPORTS Toward replacing one of the group's petrol outboard engines with an electric engine outboard that runs on a rechargeable battery, which will serve as a pilot for the replacement of all the group's petrol outboard engines.
19/07/2022 £5,500 £240,708 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) To reach out and upskill the local community and provide facilities to improve the local environment by running a weekly community project and ensure specialist input and resources.
19/07/2022 £3,675 WILLSBRIDGE MILL COMMUNITY REFRESH For the cost of additional design and planning work to answer questions raised by the Environment Agency in relation to a planned micro-hydro energy plant at the mill.
19/07/2022 £4,000 £79,474 EMPOWERING FUTURES Toward developing a programme of activities that will educate children with disabilities about the effects of global warming, involving tree planting, gardening, cooking and forestry activities.
19/07/2022 £2,500 £6,801,653 BRISTOL OLD VIC Towards running a performance programme for black young people.
19/07/2022 £5,000 £855,696 CARERS CENTRE B&NES (CARE NETWORK) For breaks for carers across Bath and North East Somerset to help them recover from the pandemic and cope with their caring role.
19/07/2022 £3,000 £1,036,239 LIFE CYCLE UK To purchase bike tools and equipment for the Bike Recycling Project, which fixes old, broken bikes and returns them to the community at affordable prices or for free.
19/07/2022 £4,659 £749,884 MENTORING PLUS For staff costs for term time activity sessions for young people being mentored.
19/07/2022 £4,000 £275,866 RE:WORK To offer open access training and advice for people living in fuel poverty, helping people to make their homes more energy efficient and cheaper to heat.
19/07/2022 £4,000 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM To install LED lighting, efficient hand dryers and low flow taps at Hartcliffe City Farm, reducing fossil fuel consumption as the farm works toward becoming Carbon Zero.
19/07/2022 £1,750 £19,067,000 KEBLE COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT As directed by the donor - annual donation.
19/07/2022 £1,980 £1,729,704 KNOWLE WEST MEDIA CENTRE To engage carbon consultants to assess how best to reduce the carbon emissions associated with the running of the group's building, and to provide a recommendation for future action.
19/07/2022 £1,500 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST Toward upgrading the Greenway Centre's main hall lighting to energy-efficient LED lighting.
19/07/2022 £1,500 £19,334 TICKENHAM VILLAGE HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Toward the installation of a significantly more efficient LED lighting system, reducing the energy consumption of Tickenham Village Hall.
18/07/2022 £2,000 ST ANDREWS CHURCH HARTCLIFFE As requested by the donor to fund work with excluded children and young people having a tough time.
14/07/2022 £3,870 DMAC UK Arts workshops and performances involving community police, children and parents.
14/07/2022 £2,500 CORNERSTONE WSM C.I.C (13197107) To run a weekly LGBTQ youth group.
14/07/2022 £2,500 £1,138,628 KEY4LIFE A contribution towards a programme supporting young men into employment.
14/07/2022 £5,000 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT A collaboration to support the positioning and future role of Community Anchor Organisations.
14/07/2022 £4,680 £1,311,793 YOUTH CONNECT SOUTH WEST Provide a weekly drop in sessions in central Bath, where young people will be able to meet youth workers in a safe and friendly environment.
14/07/2022 £5,000 £381,744 KNOWLE WEST HEALTH PARK A collaboration between Knowle West Health Park Company and BS3 Community Development to increase the communication, networks and relationships between South Bristol VCS organisations.
14/07/2022 £5,000 £1,036,239 LIFE CYCLE UK Tools and equipment to set up new bike project in prison.
14/07/2022 £900 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Coaching and mentoring support sessions for the CEO.
13/07/2022 £3,000 £46,692 IGNITE LIFE Mentoring sessions for at-risk young people during the holidays.
13/07/2022 £10,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE towards the organisation's core mental health and wellbeing support for young people
13/07/2022 £3,700 £356,940 BATH CITY FARM Towards an outdoor shop structure
13/07/2022 £2,000 OPOKA Awareness raising and outreach work the Polish community on domestic violence
13/07/2022 £1,350 £296,850 PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF PEASEDOWN ST JOHN Towards a parent support group, pre-school support group and toy library.
13/07/2022 £2,000 £27,439 LONG ASHTON YOUTH CLUB To run a summer holiday activity programme for young people ages 11 to 16 years
12/07/2022 £4,800 £48,358 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST A collaboration involving Ardagh Community Trust, Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust and Redcatch Community Garden that will focus on delivering community events which share suppliers and resources.
12/07/2022 £5,900 £1,729,704 KNOWLE WEST ALLIANCE (1) To explore opportunities and options for developing a local fundraising network in Knowle West, and (2) mentoring support for the Network Development Manager.
12/07/2022 £5,900 HARTCLIFFE & WITHYWOOD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP (1) To build a network of organisations, groups and individuals who have an interest in creating pathways to activities focusing on mental health and wellbeing, and (2) mentoring support for HWCP's Business Manager.
12/07/2022 £5,000 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST A collaboration between organisations covering geographical communities and communities of interest, who will coordinate support in community-based services for adult social care and working as a collective in partnership with Bristol City Council.
12/07/2022 £5,000 £1,936,963 BS3 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT A collaboration of Community Anchor Organisations working across the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) region to enable them to shape their joint offer for the emerging health agenda.
12/07/2022 £900 £143,240 AVONMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTRE ASSOCIATION Coaching and mentoring support for the centre manager, which will include support with writing a business plan for the centre, budgeting and fundraising.
12/07/2022 £900 £161,149 HILLFIELDS FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TRUST Coaching and mentoring support for the centre manager, which will include a focus on developing wider community networks.
12/07/2022 £720 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM Coaching and mentoring support sessions for the CEO, which supports them to manage growth that benefits the organisation and the local community.
11/07/2022 £2,500 £17,792 ASHTON VALE CLUB FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Crime prevention education projects called 'Positive Changes', for vulnerable young people aged in Ashton Vale
11/07/2022 £2,500 £253,120 CHINESE COMMUNITY WELLBEING SOCIETY Towards a caseworker to provide one to one support and deliver workshops to the Chinese community.
11/07/2022 £2,500 £24,709 SEA MILLS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Crime prevention education projects for vulnerable young people aged 12-15 in Sea Mills
11/07/2022 £4,963 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST A kickboxing and self-defence group for girls at risk of CSE
11/07/2022 £4,969 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH Expanding the ‘Learning to Lead’ programme to include children at Fair Furlong Primary School.
11/07/2022 £4,200 £6,408,439 GROUNDWORK SOUTH TRUST A range of security measures to reduce criminal damage at the Vench adventure playground in Lockleaze
07/07/2022 £250 £4,598,442 WESTON HOSPICECARE As requested by the donor towards palliative care to people with life-limiting illnesses.
06/07/2022 £5,000 ASHLEY COMMUNITY HOUSING LTD To provide women's only sewing classes for refugee and vulnerable migrant women, supported by a creche to facilitate participation.
06/07/2022 £250 THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND As requested by the donor towards dementia support and research
06/07/2022 £1,150 £54,172 BAGGATOR For climate change cafes in Easton, working with UWE students.
05/07/2022 £3,000 £1,800,638 BRISTOL METHODIST CENTRE As directed by the donor towards the work of The Bristol Methodist Centre.
05/07/2022 £1,000 WRINGTON VILLAGE JOURNAL As requested by the fund holder 'to support and contribute to this local printed community newsletter'.
05/07/2022 £250 £3,915 KSB FOUNDATION Grant to KSB Foundation
04/07/2022 £1,000 THE BIRCH COLLECTIVE Reclaim a significant area of derelict allotments, adjacent to an existing community garden to create a wildlife friendly orchard and soft fruit area, alongside nesting sites for birds and invertebrates
04/07/2022 £636 FRIENDS OF LYNCOMBE HILL FIELDS We intend to build 3 water collection devices to serve 2 tiny forests and a small (10m x 5m) nursery for trees.
04/07/2022 £500 FRIENDS OF HEDGEMEAD PARK To provide environmentally sound improvements to our in-park facilities, including a rainwater harvesting system, a dual-bin composter for green waste, and a tool chest to store low value gardening paraphernalia.
04/07/2022 £500 £24,435 148TH BRISTOL (1ST STOCKWOOD) SCOUT GROUP Water butts and hoses around HQ building to enable water harvesting. Gardening tools to enable completion of the gardeners badge work for all sections.
04/07/2022 £500 £8,312 1ST PAULTON GUIDES Support our Guides to purchase and plant up a low maintenance, self sustaining fruit and herb garden within the grounds of our community Hall, following bio diverse permaculture ethics.
04/07/2022 £1,500 £47,103 BRISTOL BEEKEEPERS (BRANCH OF AVON BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION) From fundraising we completed a branch training apiary building and wish to replant the surrounding area with bee-friendly flowers and trees, and encourage the surrounding estate to support the environment.
04/07/2022 £750 £338,597 ST MATTHEW'S, KINGSDOWN. To provide water butts to the 4 corners of our building for use in further enhancing our community gardens and facilitate education in the benefits of water conservation.
04/07/2022 £1,500 £240,708 FACE (FOUNDATION FOR ACTIVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT) To reach out and upskill the local community and provide facilities to improve the local environment by running a weekly community project and ensure specialist input and resources.
04/07/2022 £1,000 CORSTON COMMUNITY ORCHARD To enhance the biodiversity of the orchard for the benefit of wildlife and to be accessible as a beautiful and productive community space for people from the local area.
04/07/2022 £750 FRIENDS OF PORTBURY WHARF NATURE RESERVE To fund ongoing research including educational and interest materials and information boards, centred on the importance of the Nature Reserve and Salt Marsh for local interest groups including schools
04/07/2022 £1,054 SEA MILLS AND COOMBE DINGLE CLIMATE ACTION GROUP Running costs of a local monthly environmental hub comprising a regular Repair Café to reduce waste and accompanying environmental informational events focused on issues relevant to the local community.
04/07/2022 £500 £14,334 1ST BRISTOL MUSLIM SCOUT GROUP To restore the garden area, grow plants, create a wildlife bug station and install a water station. Purchase garden equipment to maintain the garden.
04/07/2022 £750 BATHAMPTON COMMUNITY CO-OPERATIVE LTD (DRY ARCH GROWERS) We wish to expand our existing rainwater capture and storage facilities which has proved successful in reducing our water consumption and costs.
04/07/2022 £810 BATHFORD PARISH COUNCIL Creation of a wildlife pond and natural fencing at Bathford allotments, plus community Pond Dig weekend.
04/07/2022 £750 £8,347 FRIENDS OF CHARBOROUGH ROAD SCHOOL To help with Biodiversity within the school grounds. We have recently had a MUGA built l and we are keen to increase plant and wildlife around the school school grounds.
04/07/2022 £1,000 £14,615 FRIENDS OF HANNAH MORE PRIMARY SCHOOL BS2 community herbs
04/07/2022 £750 £14,349 FRIENDS OF PAGE PARK To add wild flower plugs, primroses, cowslips etc and spring bulbs, english bluebells, naturalising Daffodils to the parks wild flower areas and the Dingily Dell around the Celebration seat area.
04/07/2022 £1,000 £83,326 TRANSITION BATH To develop the Eco Together project, setting up neighbourhood eco groups in Bath and beyond to take action on Energy, Food, Transport, Waste and Resources.
04/07/2022 £1,500 APE PROJECT CIC To help expand and maintain our community and sensory garden, teaching children about food cultivation and gardening, and harvesting food for the provision of free meals to all children attending.
01/07/2022 £5,000 £503,749 SUFFOLK LAW CENTRE As directed by the donor towards the work of Suffolk Law Centre which provides a free legal service to local residents.
30/06/2022 £7,500 £845,893 BATH & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
30/06/2022 £7,500 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
30/06/2022 £7,500 CLEAN SLATE TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
30/06/2022 £7,500 £400,639 ST PAULS ADVICE CENTRE ASSOCIATION Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
30/06/2022 £10,000 £545,175 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
30/06/2022 £1,500 CONNECTING FAMILIES A young people's mentoring day for 30 young people at an activity centre.
30/06/2022 £1,500 BEAUTIFUL BOURNVILLE (PART OF ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, BOURNVILLE) To build a new large shelter at the allotment site for community activities.
29/06/2022 £5,000 £107,920 MAKE A MOVE For weekly sessions using music and movement for older people to improve their mobility, mental health and to facilitate participants to socialise regularly.
29/06/2022 £1,500 £1,311,793 YOUTH CONNECT SOUTH WEST To run street sports in parks, with young people who are at risk of crime and at risk of being involved with anti-social behaviour.
29/06/2022 £300 FILWOOD RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Towards engagement with local young people to use the shared allotment area and reduce anti social behaviour.
28/06/2022 £2,941 £729,416 PROPS (PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES & SUPPORT) To expand the group's sports programme so 30 trainees can access better facilities and different sports, whilst creating an expert, guided pathway for trainees to become sports leaders.
28/06/2022 £2,000 £142,336 YOUNG CARERS DEVELOPMENT TRUST Towards supporting 12 young carers through a 4-year mentoring programme, a conference and webinars.
27/06/2022 £5,000 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE Towards the Crisis Fund, to provide immediate emergency respite for young people presenting as homeless and those affected by energy poverty.
27/06/2022 £4,000 £1,283,339 CARERS SUPPORT CENTRE Through partnership working organise 3 locality activities and a citywide Action Day event for young carers to have a break, connect up and learn about ongoing support.
27/06/2022 £500 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES As requested by the donor towards a pilot sewing project for Bristol Quilters to run sewing sessions with Afghani women.
27/06/2022 £250 FRIENDS OF CASTLE SCHOOL As directed by the donor towards funding specific classroom learning resources for complex learning difficulties including books, switches and sensory toys, as well as training to make the most of this new equipment.
27/06/2022 £241 £58,063,490 ACTION AID Grant to Action Aid
27/06/2022 £200 £251,660,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT As directed by the donor towards to providing specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer, as well as looking at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigning for better cancer care.
24/06/2022 £1,426 £319,117 SOUTHMEAD PROJECT As directed by the donor, Anne Dean, who visited the project and met Simon Craker & Imogen McCabe. She visited with her friend Geva McCaldin and was really inspired by their work.
23/06/2022 £30,000 NAOS To provide alternative methods of counselling and psychotherapy to make therapy accessible to some of the most vulnerable and hard to reach young people in Bristol.
23/06/2022 £5,000 £13,196 CLEVEDON MEN'S SHED To secure our site, control access by erecting a 10 metre security fence 2 metres high and a pedestrian gate with the additional security of a CCTV system and lighting.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £59,968 STREETSPACE KNOWLE To deliver detached youth sessions across South Bristol.
22/06/2022 £5,000 WORKING YOUNG Bicycle mechanic training, career coaching and work/volunteer opportunities for young people in Hartcliffe
22/06/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL SOMALI YOUTH VOICE To deliver a programme of football and basketball sessions, workshops and focus group discussions. With the aim to reduce street violence, anti-social behaviour and crime and to encourage young people to lead active, healthy and productive lives.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £76,970 BLACK2NATURE To deliver access to the countryside for young marginalised people on low income to help manage their physical mental health & wellbeing & to improve their educational attainment
22/06/2022 £5,000 £1,866,103 WELLSPRING SETTLEMENT Weekly activities and access to youth workers that engage young people to build safe social networks, peer support and to develop a steering group of young people who co-produce youth work
22/06/2022 £7,500 £900,640 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET To support the increase in information and advice enquiries owing to the cost of living crisis, allowing the organisation to support more older people. To allow the development of the chatbot feature on the website and to do a mail drop about the I&A service.
22/06/2022 £2,500 £1,370,618 FIRST STEPS (BATH) Toward a trip for young children and families to the family-run Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, in North Somerset.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £1,036,239 LIFE CYCLE UK A programme of cycling activities that targets children-and-young-people in 3 neighbourhoods in Bristol, which falls within the 10% most deprived areas in England.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £461,290 STUDENT HUBS - BRISTOL HUB For the LinkAges intergenerational volunteering programme, which seeks to support older people who are experiencing social isolation and ageism by building friendships and closing the cultural gap across the generations.
20/06/2022 £20,000 CLEVEDON COMMUNITY SCHOOL As requested by the fund holder. £20,000.00 as a contribution towards the netball courts, match funding the NSCP grant with was for resurfacing - this will fund lighting etc in order to make the project happen as per your original NSCP grant application for £40,000.
16/06/2022 £40,000 £82,668 UNCLE PAUL'S CHILLI FARM The requested grant is core funding for a part time administrative assistant and a part time Farm support technician to enable the charity to meet its increased high demand.
16/06/2022 £8,494 FRIENDS OF GROVE PARK We are looking for 18 hours of core funding to help fund our Volunteer Coordinator role
16/06/2022 £30,000 NORTH SOMERSET PARENT CARERS WORKING TOGETHER (NSPCWT) Improving the wellbeing of Parent Carers, and their families, of children with additional needs and/or disabilities through a longer term sustainable support plan.
16/06/2022 £7,500 £706,202 AGE UK SOMERSET To support the increase in information and advice enquiries owing to the cost of living crisis, allowing the organisation to support more older people.
16/06/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL CITY OF SANCTUARY (BCOS) To expand the Sanctuary Awards work with education institutions and also launch an arts and a business stream.
16/06/2022 £20,000 CLEVEDON COMMUNITY SCHOOL Renovation of netball courts/outdoor fitness area, to enhance the sporting opportunities available to the local community, thriving netball club and school community.
16/06/2022 £40,000 £763,566 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU To support the re-opening of our face-to-face advice services across North Somerset to help reach as many local residents as possible, £20,000 per year for two years.
16/06/2022 £39,440 £264,941 NORTH SOMERSET PEOPLE FIRST The provision of 1-1 support for people with a learning disability who are experiencing poor mental health and remain isolated as a result of the impact of the pandemic.
16/06/2022 £39,969 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL OTR will recruit a Volunteer Coordinator who will create, develop and support two new volunteering programmes; for volunteer therapists and for young peer volunteers in North Somerset.
16/06/2022 £4,000 £13,373 PILL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION A grant of £4000 to partially pay for a Citizens Advice Surgery for 4 hours per week to take place at the Resource Centre for the benefit of local inhabitants.
16/06/2022 £10,500 £68,779 SOUTH WESTON ACTIVITY NETWORK (SWAN) To provide a programme of positive engagement activities and trips to families during the 6 week school summer holiday, encouraging community cohesion and improved wellbeing.
16/06/2022 £39,006 £319,989 VISION NORTH SOMERSET We will use a grant to rebuild and develop volunteering at Vision North Somerset so that we can reach and support more people with sight loss and strengthen our organisation.
16/06/2022 £2,000 £441,170 THE LIVING PAINTINGS TRUST The provision of a free postal library service of Touch to See books for the benefit of blind and partially sighted people living in North Somerset.
15/06/2022 £7,500 £257,504 SOUTH BRISTOL ADVICE SERVICES Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
15/06/2022 £1,500 £825,815 BRIDGE FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the provision of psychotherapy and counselling for individuals, children and families.
14/06/2022 £2,500 £1,305 YATTON YOUTH CLUB A project to provide young parents with an opportunity to develop their social skills, life skills and to explore issues relating to them as young people.
14/06/2022 £5,000 ST PAULS CARNIVAL (CIC) BRISTOL Towards St Paul's Carnival celebrations including a Windrush Library, community picnic, Elders’ brunch and film screening.
14/06/2022 £5,000 £8,411 ISLAMIC INFORMATION CENTRE For a training and careers programme for the community, targeting young people, those with limited English and those with little formal education.
13/06/2022 £1,200 £628,843 MELKSHAM CMA As directed by donor towards debt advice services.
13/06/2022 £200 £242,279 BRISTOL CHILDREN'S HELP SOCIETY As requested by the donor towards providing holiday breaks in the countryside for children from disadvantaged areas of inner-city Bristol.
13/06/2022 £250 £11,347,000 BRISTOL ZOO GARDENS As requested by the donor towards conservation and education, following an event at the Zoo to which Osborne Clarke staff were invited.
13/06/2022 £250 £2,390,431 WALLACE & GROMIT’S CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards Jack Banks Star Tribute Fund (Bristol Children's Hospital Wallace & Gromit appeal).
13/06/2022 £1,000 £1,675,881 LONDON LEGAL SUPPORT TRUST As requested by the donor towards fair access to legal services in London and the South East.
10/06/2022 £7,500 £500,254 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
09/06/2022 £6,840 £808,661 CITIZENS ADVICE MENDIP As advised by donor towards debt advice.
09/06/2022 £3,600 CITIZENS ADVICE BRIDPORT AND DISTRICT As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
09/06/2022 £5,460 £531,104 CITIZENS ADVICE SEDGEMOOR As directed by donor towards debt advice work.
09/06/2022 £5,040 £268,092 CITIZENS ADVICE WEST SOMERSET As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
09/06/2022 £7,560 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
09/06/2022 £3,960 £545,175 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As advised by donor towards debt advice work.
09/06/2022 £2,340 £732,544 CITIZENS ADVICE CENTRAL DORSET As advised by donor towards debt advice.
09/06/2022 £2,160 CITIZENS ADVICE TAUNTON As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
09/06/2022 £2,160 £805,340 CITIZENS ADVICE IN EAST DORSET AND PURBECK As advised by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £3,150 WESTON FREE CHURCH (MORAVIAN), WESTON, BATH To purchase equipment to support three of the group's services: Love Weston Cafe, Toddler Group, and the Community Garden.
08/06/2022 £7,500 £14,021,000 MONEY ADVICE TRUST As advised by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £5,000 £45,118,000 SCOPE As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £5,000 £22,188 BANNERMAN ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL PTFA To improve a Forest School area and run workshops outside of school hours that will bring local families and residents together.
08/06/2022 £7,500 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
08/06/2022 £7,410 £799,328 TALKING MONEY As directed by the donor towards debt advice work
08/06/2022 £7,500 £284,869 CHAS BRISTOL - CHURCHES HOUSING AID SOCIETY Towards advice services to meet increased demand during the cost of living crisis
08/06/2022 £5,000 £117,326 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE PLAYSCHEME To provide 100 free 4 hour play sessions over 4 weeks of the summer holidays in five areas of high deprivation or classed as priority neighbourhoods to 5-11 year olds
08/06/2022 £4,680 £257,504 SOUTH BRISTOL ADVICE SERVICES As advised by donor towards debt advice work.
08/06/2022 £1,650 £1,017,542 FAITHWORKS WESSEX As directed by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £2,160 £27,773 GRACE ADVOCACY As directed by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £1,000 HOPE DEBT ADVICE SERVICE As directed by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £1,650 TROWBRIDGE DEBT ADVICE SERVICE As directed by the donor towards the debt advice service.
08/06/2022 £600 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE As requested by the donor towards advice and support for people in South Bristol.
08/06/2022 £600 £500,254 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE As advised by donor towards debt advice.
08/06/2022 £450 £400,639 ST PAULS ADVICE CENTRE ASSOCIATION As advised by donor towards debt advice.
07/06/2022 £5,000 £147,409 MVS BRISTOL Instructor Training and Team Equipment to establish MVS Bristol Flood Rescue Capability: ‘Flood Water Responder’, ‘Flood and Swiftwater’ Instructor’s courses, Instructor’s Kits, Responder’s Kits, Responder’s Rescue Boats Control room equipment
07/06/2022 £4,710 £161,880 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE As advised by donor towards debt advice.
07/06/2022 £5,850 £4,731,495 CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Ad directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
07/06/2022 £40,000 £1,421,864 SOUTHERN BROOKS COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Towards a partnership with Southern Brooks and South Gloucestershire Council to develop a local network that support locals communities to engage with and respond to climate change. Key milestones to be completed during this funded work: 1) Communications plan and web presence established; 2) Project launched at Community Engagement Forums; 3) Climate community conversations underway, including work with less engaged communities; 4) First iteration of climate change groups directory published; and 5) Review and share learning on how to engage with communities.
07/06/2022 £450 £7,872,333 NATIONAL ENERGY ACTION As directed by the donor towards debt advice service.
07/06/2022 £600 1625 INDEPENDENT PEOPLE As requested by donor towards debt advice work.
07/06/2022 £660 £539,379 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
07/06/2022 £825 £1,242,754 INHOPE As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
07/06/2022 £1,950 £518,087 BRISTOL NORTH WEST FOODBANK As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
01/06/2022 £26,640 £951,501 CITIZENS ADVICE SOUTH SOMERSET As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
01/06/2022 £18,000 £1,486,068 CITIZENS ADVICE WILTSHIRE As directed by the donor towards debt advice.
01/06/2022 £17,553 £61,590,000 STEPCHANGE As advised by donor towards debt advice work.
01/06/2022 £37,538 £845,893 BATH & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE As directed by donor towards debt advice work.
01/06/2022 £22,320 £1,704,444 CITIZENS ADVICE BOURNEMOUTH CHRISTCHURCH & POOLE As directed by donor towards debt advice work.
01/06/2022 £13,650 £763,566 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU As directed by the donor towards debt advice work.
01/06/2022 £4,410 £270,582 WHEELS PROJECT LTD To modernise the group's workshop and training equipment and to improve environmental performance, and to develop employment opportunities for young people.
01/06/2022 £25,809 £481,645 SOUTH BRISTOL YOUTH Our work with children and young people across key stages of their school journey increases their chances of entering higher education, apprenticeships, more skilled and better-paying jobs after school/ college.
01/06/2022 £1,000 £13,803,685 DOROTHY HOUSE HOSPICE CARE As requested by the fund holder towards supporting the work of Dorothy House to provide compassionate care and support for patients and families affected by life-limiting illness. Our focus is on quality of life, helping patients to live well and die well. In remembrance of Bob Baxter's friend who was supported by Dorothy House
01/06/2022 £1,000 £1,675,881 LONDON LEGAL SUPPORT TRUST As requested by the donor towards fair access to legal services in London and the South East.
31/05/2022 £5,000 £11,635 THE SCHOOL KIT PROJECT (SKIP) To fund the purchase of new school uniforms for local primary and secondary school children in financial hardship.
31/05/2022 £2,500 £273,632 AD INFINITUM PRODUCTIONS CIO As requested by the donor - a contribution to their new production's learning and engagement work in schools in Bristol and Weston Super Mare (summary attached)
31/05/2022 £2,856 £225,002 BATH YOUTH FOR CHRIST (ONE EIGHTY) For a training day for young leaders so that they can develop a youth council, and for new signage for their building.
31/05/2022 £3,000 £8,326 NOTABLE CLUB Towards the cost of hiring the specialist transport required to enable club members to attend meetings and outings.
31/05/2022 £5,000 £1,694,282 CCS ADOPTION (CLIFTON CHILDREN'S SOCIETY) Towards a specialist weekly playgroup for adopted children aged 0 to 4 years and their parents.
30/05/2022 £10,000 £593,990 AGE UK SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE For the Information and Advice service, supporting older people struggling with the cost of living crisis.
30/05/2022 £7,500 £1,167,741 AGE UK BRISTOL Part funding for a specialist Advice Worker to provide in-depth advice for older people.
30/05/2022 £5,000 £121,099 BATH ETHNIC MINORITY SENIOR CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION For organisational development and staff training to support the group's mental health service, plus an external audit of IT.
30/05/2022 £1,281 £1,724,967 ACCESS SPORT Towards the Inclusive Community Volunteering Project, working with UWE.
26/05/2022 £12,841 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Toward activities and events that seek to build stronger communities in the Lawrence Hill and Easton wards.
26/05/2022 £500 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST Toward a coffee machine for a new “CAMEO” café (Come And Meet Each Other) which benefits individuals with difficulties.
25/05/2022 £3,000 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder.
25/05/2022 £1,000 £199,803,000 ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTE Towards the ongoing work of the organisation.
24/05/2022 £2,500 £118,027 MANY MINDS For workshops and rehearsals leading up to a large scale musical that represents the diversity of Bristol and gives people a voice who don't have equal opportunities to access the arts.
24/05/2022 £5,000 £79,474 EMPOWERING FUTURES For improving disabled access around the farm site by installing new gates and paths.
24/05/2022 £30,627 ARNOS VALE CEMETERY TRUST Annual income in full from their endowment fund to support their core activities
24/05/2022 £46,493 ARNOS VALE CEMETERY TRUST Annual income in full from their endowment fund to support their core activities
24/05/2022 £5,000 £418,699 CHANGING TUNES For the rehabilitative music service at HMP Leyhill, engaging vulnerable prisoners in trauma-informed music sessions, recording projects and performances.
24/05/2022 £53,679 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL Annual income from their endowment fund to support their core activity
24/05/2022 £1,106 BANNERMAN ROAD CHILDRENS CENTRE Bannerman Road Children's Centre organised a trip to Wild Place Project for children aged 2-3 and their families for the first time in 2021, after a year of lockdowns. The grant was funded by Corrigan Accountants, who were keen to fund a second year. The grant will be used to take parents and children to Wild Place Project. From their Express application last year: "Many of our families live in high rise flats and have little or no access to outdoor spaces. We live in one of the poorest areas in the country. New 2019 deprivation data shows that Bristol has 41 areas in the most deprived 10% in England. www.bristol.gov.uk/deprivation Through the learning observations that we make on the children when they start the setting and the home visits that we make prior to the children staring, we can see that most of these children do not have opportunities to enjoy visits to parks and nature Reserves.£
24/05/2022 £150 £114,497 GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY As instructed by the donor's wishes towards the work of the society
20/05/2022 £2,500 £6,801,653 BRISTOL OLD VIC As requested by the donor towards the Old Vic's Osborne Clarke's The Meaning of Zong event
20/05/2022 £3,372 ROSE BOWL AWARDS As requested by the donor towards these annual awards for amateur theatre.
20/05/2022 £150 £215,573 ANCHOR SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards the society's annual appeal
20/05/2022 £150 £173,703 DOLPHIN SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards support for older people.
20/05/2022 £150 £108,498 GRATEFUL SOCIETY As directed by the donor towards support for older people.
20/05/2022 £500 ROSE BOWL AWARDS As directed by the donor towards the Rose Bowl Awards for amateur theatre
18/05/2022 £5,000 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC To deliver play and engagement activities from the PBA Club to engage children and families from the Shirehampton area, a community with high need and little to no child/youth provision.
17/05/2022 £5,000 £138,192 ARKBOUND FOUNDATION A series of workshops held in partnership with Wild Goose cafe, for people with lived experience of homelessness, to improve their writing skills and access linked opportunities. 1-1 mentoring included.
17/05/2022 £3,200 FOSSE WAY SCHOOL Project Search, Supported Internship providing training for young people aged 16-25 with special needs in a workplace to prepare for employment or further training based at the Royal United Hospital.
17/05/2022 £4,190 £270,584 WEST OF ENGLAND RURAL NETWORK A Community Oil Buying Scheme - primarily aimed at guarding against fuel poverty but secondarily used as a ‘vehicle’ for signposting the needs of our older and more vulnerable community.
16/05/2022 £5,000 £1,724,967 ACCESS SPORT As requested by the donor towards the Making Trax Cycling Inclusion Programme in Bristol, with a key focus on reaching young people who don’t normally have the opportunity to cycle. One of the major focus areas is Lawrence Weston, in North West Bristol.
12/05/2022 £2,000 THAT CREATIVE THINGY WOTSIT CIC Restarting Positive Living, a vibrant community group focusing on taking responsibility for health, well-being, community and planet. Ran successfully for over 7 years until the pandemic stopped it
12/05/2022 £500 WESTON SPORTS AEROBICS As requested by the fund holder.
12/05/2022 £250 £834,858 SWIMATHON FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards the work of Swimathon Foundation which is supporting Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie - the official charity partners of Swimathon until 2023. Matched funding,
11/05/2022 £2,750 BRADLEY STOKE CRICKET CLUB To provide facilities, equipment and coaching for the group's growing Women's & Girls Cricket offering.
11/05/2022 £4,350 £6,061,932 THE NELSON TRUST To run a regular timetable of psycho-educational, group interventions for vulnerable women, both structured therapeutic and holistic groups, to improve emotional health and wellbeing.
11/05/2022 £2,244 £882,247 PEASEDOWN ST JOHN METHODIST CHURCH To facilitate extra hours of support for families with young children post pandemic, including running a parenting course and training volunteers.
11/05/2022 £1,290 FRAMPTON COTTERELL NATURE Towards the project seeking to understand and communicate the impacts of pollution on the river, working with UWE Environmental Science students.
11/05/2022 £550 £703,252 DHEK BHAL Towards the UWE Project enhancing student therapists' understanding of South Asian culture/diversity and facilitation of physical activity to improve their health and wellbeing.
11/05/2022 £2,200 £286,371,000 SAVE THE CHILDREN As requested by the donor towards supporting the welfare of children all over the world.
10/05/2022 £250 £1,203 BRISTOL INCLUSIVE THRILL SEEKERS As requested by the donor towards accessible adventure sports sessions
10/05/2022 £250 £55,123 THE HEIGHTS PTFA As requested by the donor towards improving equipment & resources
10/05/2022 £250 MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION UK As requested by the donor towards the make a wish foundation
06/05/2022 £3,900 £92,377 LAWRENCE WESTON OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £3,000 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £4,150 PLAY WOODEN CIC Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £3,600 £699,825 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY TRUST Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £4,250 £42,373 HARTCLIFFE CLUB FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £4,500 IMAYLA Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £2,700 £175,916 RIVERSIDE YOUTH PROJECT Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £2,700 £1,839,038 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £4,500 £764,462 YOUNG BRISTOL Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £3,500 APE PROJECT CIC Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £4,500 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £3,500 £6,408,439 GROUNDWORK SOUTH TRUST Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £2,200 £80,218 AVON YOUTH CLUB Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £600 £40,092 OASIS HUB SOUTH BRISTOL Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £2,250 £4,532 LITTLE MEAD PTA Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £400 £3,574 EXTRAORDINARY LINKS Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £1,800 £776,232 CHILDREN'S SCRAPSTORE Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £1,200 HARTCLIFFE & WITHYWOOD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £400 £498,645 HEART OF BS13 Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £1,200 £24,709 SEA MILLS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £800 £235,753 AMBITION LAWRENCE WESTON Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
06/05/2022 £1,500 LITTERARTI Towards holiday activities for children aged 8-12 in Bristol
04/05/2022 £5,000 £113,287 SPEAR BRISTOL To support up to ninety 16-24 year olds facing significant barriers to employment to attend a six week work readiness course and to find and stay in work.
04/05/2022 £3,344 £1,857 PAWS FOR A CAUSE To employ someone to support young people who attend Peopleton Brook Farm to set up their own projects and learn new skills.
04/05/2022 £5,000 AUTISM INDEPENDENCE Towards rent to allow the group to move to an office where they can also run their activities and drop-ins for young people with autism and their families.
04/05/2022 £5,000 STUDIO MERAKI For a celebratory event and community consultation involving a consortium of 8 community groups working in Barton Hill, re-engaging local people in what's going on and how to get involved.
04/05/2022 £3,280 LOVE SQUARED For running costs, employing a sessional worker and staff training for this group offering therapeutic support for children and families.
04/05/2022 £15,000 WESSEX RIVERS TRUST As grant, as requested by the donor, from Wessex Water (Donor Directed) Fund towards river restoration in Salisbury - the River Wylye project. A record of this request is held on file.
04/05/2022 £15,000 £2,819,906 AVON WILDLIFE TRUST As directed by the donor towards river restoration in North Somerset, the Wilder Waterways (Land Yeo) project. It is Year 3 of 5 year funding.
04/05/2022 £4,305 £251,948 CREATIVITY WORKS (NESA) For the Get Creative peer support group for those facing challenges of social isolation, wellbeing and mental health.
04/05/2022 £20,000 £3,230,777 DORSET WILDLIFE TRUST A donor directed grant towards the restoration of river habitats and wetlands in Dorset, the Dorset Wild Rivers project.
04/05/2022 £4,000 £20,911 EDUCATIONAL ACTION CHALLENGING HOMOPHOBIA (EACH) Towards the upkeep and promotion in local schools of a helpline supporting LGBT+ young people.
04/05/2022 £20,000 £4,391,612 WILTSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST As directed by the donor towards Wiltshire Wildlife Trust to enhance river conservation in Wiltshire - A Better BIss Project.
03/05/2022 £683 £169,563 AVON NEEDS TREES As requested by the donor towards the creation of new permanent woodlands
29/04/2022 £105,764 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND A third of the annual income from the Bank of Ireland UK Community Giving Fund, as directed by the donor.
29/04/2022 £4,092 £10,805,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £105,782 £10,805,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION A third of the annual income from the Bank of Ireland UK Community Giving Fund, as directed by the donor.
29/04/2022 £2,976 £2,635,777 DEVON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £6,538 MILTON KEYNES COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £2,892 NORFOLK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £408 £1,804,949 CHESHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £1,558 £1,031,898 DORSET COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £741 £2,280,979 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IN WALES Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £446 £2,865,818 CORNWALL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £993 £984,560 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £227 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £2,391 £2,656,835 SOMERSET COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £1,166 £2,340,688 WILTSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
29/04/2022 £653 WORCESTERSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Regional proportion of Bristol & West ‘97 Endowment Fund
27/04/2022 £3,725 BEYOND THE MIX For start up costs for this new group supporting women of mixed heritage to put on activities and workshops around the themes of movement, fun, family, identity and business.
27/04/2022 £5,000 NOODS LEVELS CIC For workshops targeting young people in disadvantaged areas to learn graphic design skills, gain experience and develop their portfolios to access careers in creative industries.
27/04/2022 £10,000 £139,667,000 UNICEF UK As requested by the donor towards the UNICEF UK's Ukraine appeal
26/04/2022 £3,000 £1,724,967 ACCESS SPORT Toward the development of 2 new inclusive sports clubs in Bristol, that will benefit individuals with learning difficulties.
26/04/2022 £285 WINSCOMBE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB CHARITY As requested by the fundholder.
26/04/2022 £400 £63,020,950 BRANDON TRUST For a child with learning difficulties to be able to attend a summer camp.
26/04/2022 £2,219 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST Toward bicycle maintenance costs at the Warmley Wheelers accessible bicycle project which benefits individuals with learning difficulties.
26/04/2022 £1,500 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST To give the front garden of a residential care setting a makeover to make it accessible to residents with learning difficulties.
25/04/2022 £2,500 £34,442 SOUTH WESTMINSTER LEGAL ADVICE CENTRE Grant to South Westminster Legal Advice Centre
25/04/2022 £500 £715,040 PAUL'S PLACE (SOUTH WEST) As requested by the donor to allow Paul's Place to buy prizes for a charity raffle to raise funds for its work to enhancing the life of physically disabled adults and those with cognitive and sensory impairment, supporting them to live life to the full.
20/04/2022 £18,750 £184,977 SOCIAL MOBILITY BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP As requested by the donor towards advancing the education and work experience of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
19/04/2022 £4,925 £1,393,344 POSSIBLE (LEGAL NAME: THE 10:10 FOUNDATION) To work with the local community to design and build a parklet, providing community greenspace and tackling pollution in Bristol.
13/04/2022 £5,000 £170,222 OASIS HUB BATH To build a bespoke pantry in the community hall to enable the group to increase their essential food provision service.
13/04/2022 £3,630 £1,311,793 YOUTH CONNECT SOUTH WEST For a lunch club for older people, a parent and toddler group and community activities at the Southside Youth Hub.
13/04/2022 £5,000 SOUND WOMEN To build a website, buy equipment, deliver training workshops, and cover set up, marketing and running costs for the next year.
13/04/2022 £5,000 SIMS HILL SHARED HARVEST To deliver a mentor scheme and develop a new training plot, providing agroecological focused work experience, primarily to asylum seekers and refugees.
13/04/2022 £1,500 KINGSWOOD HISTORY SOCIETY Towards the Society's trips to places of historical interest.
12/04/2022 £14,998 £161,149 HILLFIELDS FAMILY AND COMMUNITY TRUST Continuing the Centre Manager role for one year, plus project management and legal fees associated with developing affordable homes on land adjacent to the community hub.
12/04/2022 £30,000 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL A combination of one-to-one and group mental health and wellbeing support for young adults; we will deliver into community settings to engage young people where they already have trusted relationships.
12/04/2022 £4,932 ROCK COMMUNITY CENTRE To cover a percentage of costs of running 6 weekly community activities and refurbishments/repairs to the community centre.
12/04/2022 £100 £1,530,000 BRISTOL & WESTON HOSPITALS CHARITY As nominated at random to receive the £100 incentive as a Vital Signs Survey 2022 respondent.
11/04/2022 £10,000 £837,686 BRISTOL LAW CENTRE As requested by the donor to support free legal advice services in Bristol
11/04/2022 £5,500 £49,725 FILWOOD HOPE towards core funding for the organisation that will enable it to continue providing advice to local residents in South Bristol, many of whom will be disproportionately affected by the current cost of living crisis.
11/04/2022 £250 £44,900,641 ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH UK As requested by the donor towards dementia support and research
11/04/2022 £250 £15,602,000 ST PETER'S HOSPICE A one off donation towards the work of St Peter's Hospice, in memory of former OC staff member, Jill Davis. St Peter's Hospice provides specialist palliative care to adults with life-limiting illnesses, including support to their relatives, friends and professional carers in the Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset area.
08/04/2022 £2,000 £621,840 BATH AREA PLAY PROJECT Bath Area Play Project Family Experiences
08/04/2022 £1,200 £1,370,618 FIRST STEPS (BATH) Theatre Trip to The Egg for Children at First Steps Nursery
08/04/2022 £2,000 £789,399 SOUTHSIDE FAMILY PROJECT Provision of Care and Activity Packs for Southside Families
06/04/2022 £4,500 COEXIST COMMUNITY KITCHEN CIC Towards the weekly Speak & Eat programme, a cookery and English class with people who are asylum seekers and refugees.
06/04/2022 £5,000 MAMAS BRISTOL CIC Toward the cost of setting up new premises for this group that provides community support services, particularly for parent carers.
06/04/2022 £5,000 BRISTOL TREE CRAFT C.I.C. To run an 8-week programme of weekly free-to-access woodcraft workshops, partnering with community organisations in areas of high deprivation in Bristol that work specifically with disadvantaged young people.
06/04/2022 £5,000 £866,499 BRISTOL CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Towards the costs of recruiting and training volunteer advice workers.
06/04/2022 £9,300 £355,804 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE For free classical music performances around Bristol on an open-top bus on the Jubilee weekend as well as performances in local schools the week after.
06/04/2022 £3,000 £630,658 PAUL'S PLACE (SOUTH WEST) For a creative project, ‘Telling Disability Stories’, to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of Disabled People as we emerge from the pandemic.
06/04/2022 £12,000 £794,957 SOUTH BRISTOL SPORTS CENTRE As directed by the fund holder towards a new project for a sensory room providing a sanctuary for children with complex needs, incorporating sensory soft play and technology.
06/04/2022 £250 £1,812,885 LYMPHOMA ACTION As directed by the donor towards the work of ensuring that everyone affected by lymphoma in the UK has the best possible information, support, treatment and care.
05/04/2022 £5,000 £95,784 LANGFORD TRUST FOR ANIMAL HEALTH AND WELFARE As requested by the fund holder specifically for "Langford Veterinary School for their TB rapid testing research". N.B. This is Bristol Veterinary School's at Langford. The research is being lead by Dr Tristan Cogan and 4th year veterinary student, Jamil Dowling.
05/04/2022 £5,000 £106,347 BRISTOL & DISTRICT TRANQUILLISER PROJECT As requested by the fund holder towards the work of The Project which provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for individuals to discuss the problems of taking and withdrawing from benzodiazepines and other psychotropic medicine.
05/04/2022 £5,000 £1,039,147 JESSIE MAY TRUST As requested by the donor towards the Trust's work of individual and specialist at-home hospice support to terminally ill children.
05/04/2022 £700 £54,172 BAGGATOR Towards Easton Grand Iftar Sound and Vision.
04/04/2022 £1,000 £35,608 FRIENDS OF WELLS CATHEDRAL As directed by the donor towards the Grand Organ appeal at Wells Cathedral
30/03/2022 £9,847 £2,154,431 THE ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY A collaboration with Bristol Care Homes to create 40 portraits of older people in care who have lived alongside the Queen's reign.
30/03/2022 £3,387 BOOMSATSUMA CREATIVE CIC A project in Weston-super-Mare’s South Ward producing a digital time capsule of being a young person living between 1953 to 2022, which will involve a series of workshops and lead to a showcase event on the 2 June in Jubilee Park.
30/03/2022 £10,000 SHEBA SOUL ENSEMBLE Co-designing and co-creating a brand new, interactive theatre production to be delivered in collaboration with 10 primary, secondary and special needs schools around South Gloucestershire.
30/03/2022 £10,000 £64,826 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST Community workshops led by artists from Misfits Theatre Company leading up to performances over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.
30/03/2022 £9,000 £823,900 YOUTH CONNECT SOUTH WEST For Radstock Jubilee Festival, an outdoor arts event.
30/03/2022 £10,000 BRISTOL DISABILITY EQUALITY COMMISSION Access costs to enable disabled people and disabled people's organisations to participate fully in the work of the Bristol Disability Equality Commission
30/03/2022 £10,000 £670,206 CARERS CENTRE B&NES (CARE NETWORK) A Community Creative Day and Exhibition on the Jubilee weekend at the Holburne Museum for carers and their families from the Carers Centre and families from Southside Family Project.
30/03/2022 £9,000 TAN TEDDY JAMAICAN FOLK CULTURE GROUP To provide 6 half-day, whole school Caribbean musical workshops in 10 primary schools across Bristol that will culminate in 10 focal Jubilee concerts which will be recorded and parts played on Ujima Radio.
30/03/2022 £9,993 £1,777,170 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM To run a series of scrap sculpture workshops with the community and host a sculpture open day event as part of the Jubilee celebrations.
30/03/2022 £5,000 £697,961 YOUNG BRISTOL For an intergenerational walking football project aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of people over the age of 55 whilst developing the skills and confidence of disadvantaged young people.
30/03/2022 £4,870 ZION BRISTOL Towards museum style display of local history and numerous events during the week of the Jubilee, including crafts and music sessions and a workshop on the changing local history.
30/03/2022 £1,846 £774,351 GENESIS TRUST A mosaic project to involve the group's clients, culminating in its unveiling at a celebration on the Jubilee weekend.
30/03/2022 £1,555 FRIENDS OF GROVE PARK Holding a free community picnic event on the 5th June that will include local artists, dance, music and theatrical performances.
29/03/2022 £20,295 £125,143,000 AGE UK BRISTOL Development work to explore the role of the Older People’s Support Hub beyond the crisis to become a space for collaboration, building resilience and influence for the Older People's VCS.
29/03/2022 £10,000 £994,536 TALKING MONEY Towards a Money Advice Caseworker and associated on costs for a service supporting people experiencing poverty to manage their finances; negotiate affordable debt repayment plans; access benefits and support and challenge incorrect recovery decisions.
29/03/2022 £4,000 £172,221 LIFESKILLS For the 'Learning for Living' Children's Safety Programme, promoting personal safety and behaviour and reducing injury in the centre's life-like village.
29/03/2022 £20,000 £1,365,967 SOUTHMEAD DEVELOPMENT TRUST Towards delivering weekly open access youth and play sessions for children and young people, a support service to children and young people struggling with social anxiety, and other activities aimed at providing local children and young people with learning and recreational opportunities.
25/03/2022 £5,000 £2,417,917 AVON WILDLIFE TRUST As requested by the donor towards promoting and protect wildlife in the West of England.
25/03/2022 £5,000 £697,961 YOUNG BRISTOL Grant to Young Bristol
25/03/2022 £250 £3,413,000 ROYAL SOCIETY FOR BLIND CHILDREN Grant to Royal Society for Blind Children
25/03/2022 £250 £366,700,000 BRITISH RED CROSS Grant to British Red Cross
24/03/2022 £5,000 £10,607 IGNITE LIFE Towards the continuation and expansion of a food delivery service and counselling service for young people, as well as to recruit more volunteers.
23/03/2022 £4,500 £662,296 NORTH SOMERSET CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU To support 30 clients and their families who are experiencing fuel poverty with an emergency top-up to help towards their gas and electric bills.
23/03/2022 £250 £180,420,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help to relieve hunger, cold and sickness by providing food, shelter and medical care.
23/03/2022 £600 £469,471 THE NEW ROOM Towards workshops to support the community choir and its growth.
23/03/2022 £250 £13,532,000 BLOODWISE As directed by the donor to work to combat blood cancers by funding research and supporting those affected.
23/03/2022 £2,020 1ST IMPRESSIONS (BATH) CIC The creation of a hub where individuals who face barriers to gaining employment can choose interview attire and experience a mock interview.
22/03/2022 £10,000 NAOS Supporting young people 17-30 that suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)/Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD).
22/03/2022 £30,000 £422,593 YOUTH MOVES To increase the capacity of the CEO and Office Manager, and increasing existing external finance support, which will allow the organisation to transition to managing the Youth Zone in South Bristol.
22/03/2022 £500 MISSING LINK As requested by the fund holder towards the organisation's work
22/03/2022 £1,000 £207,359 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS As requested by the fund holder towards work supporting women who are suffering from anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear or isolation during or after pregnancy, including offering advice and support to the partner, family member or friend each woman.
22/03/2022 £895 ROOM 13 HARECLIVE As requested by the fund holder towards a studio where children can go to the studio to follow their own ideas and work on creative projects. They can draw, paint, collage, sculpt, take photographs, make films, research, read and work on the computer in the space facilitated by the artists-in-residence.
22/03/2022 £1,000 £319,117 SOUTHMEAD PROJECT As requested by the fund holder towards free counselling and support for survivors of abuse and addiction across Bristol and surrounding areas.
22/03/2022 £500 £45,666 YOUNG & FREE As requested by the fund holder, towards a “buddying” and befriending service for disabled young people with physical and sensory impairments aged 16-25 in the Bristol area.
22/03/2022 £500 £154,529 TRAUMA RECOVERY CENTRE As requested by the fund holder towards helping children, adolescents and families, adults or with young adults recover from trauma.
22/03/2022 £500 £2,067,447 WINSTON'S WISH As requested by the fund holder to support the work of providing specialist child bereavement support services in Bristol and across the UK.
22/03/2022 £2,200 £105,011 WESTON-SUPER-MARE FOODBANK As requested by the fund holder.
22/03/2022 £1,000 £681,641 BRIDGE FOUNDATION As requested by the fund holder to on support the provision of high quality psychodynamic therapy to children and their families to make a difference at the earlier stages of life.
22/03/2022 £500 £3,734,764 BRISTOL DRUGS PROJECT As requested by the donor towards treatment and support for people misusing drugs and/or alcohol and their families.
22/03/2022 £500 £1,109,167 CARING IN BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards support for homeless people
21/03/2022 £1,000 £1,503,844 FARESHARE SOUTH WEST As requested by the donor towards fighting hunger and food waste.
21/03/2022 £500 £870,033 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE As requested by the fund holder to support the Children's Centre's work to equip children with a love of learning that will help them to flourish and reach their full potential.
21/03/2022 £500 £193,733 HOME-START BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder to support families.
21/03/2022 £1,000 £2,194,381 OFF THE RECORD - BRISTOL As requested by the fund holder towards advocacy, mental health support and social justice for and in consultation with young people.
21/03/2022 £500 £281,408 BRISTOL AFTER STROKE As requested by the fund holder towards supporting people to adjust to life after stroke.
21/03/2022 £1,000 £418,699 CHANGING TUNES As requested by the fund holder to support the work of engaging people with lived experience of the criminal justice system in music programmes that unlock their creativity and individual potential.
18/03/2022 £10,000 £1,277,842 SOMERSET AND AVON RAPE & SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT To move into a coproduction model of Service User Involvement through the creation and embedding of a user group "Shadow Board".
18/03/2022 £10,000 £49,478 BABY BANK NETWORK To recruit a Fundraising & Communications Coordinator that will develop the organisation’s ability to grow and diversity its sources of income and improve awareness of the organisation.
18/03/2022 £10,000 BRAVE BOLD DRAMA COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Towards staff costs that will give the organisation capacity to develop new and existing partnerships, establish relationships with the local community and recruit a diverse board of trustees.
18/03/2022 £5,040 ADAPTIVE MARTIAL ARTS CIC To increase our marketing and outreach offer in order to create better awareness of our services and new partnerships and referral pathways.
18/03/2022 £7,020 LEADING LIGHTS EDUCATION & WELLBEING COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Towards a project administrator that will build the organisation’s capacity to work developing services and collaborations and networks with others in the West of England.
18/03/2022 £10,000 £64,826 ARDAGH COMMUNITY TRUST This grant will pay to backfill core staff posts to enable existing staff to participate in externally-funded leadership training to strengthen our organisation’s leadership capacity, skills and experience.
18/03/2022 £10,000 £310,228 ACTA Upgrade digital/IT infrastructure with a new website, box office and digital presence, and to connect with a wider-range of participants and stakeholders.
18/03/2022 £6,900 £832,276 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET Microsoft 365 training and group coaching to improve staff digital skills, create digital champions and equip the organisation to work remotely and more effectively.
18/03/2022 £10,000 £1,028,548 BRISTOL LAW CENTRE Supporting a day a week of communication and outreach to emerging community groups and excluded communities to inform them of services and how to secure their legal rights.
18/03/2022 £9,951 £243,793 THE AVON CENTRE Developing connections with other groups and organisations to boost health and wellbeing in our community through the power of horses, ponies, and natural green spaces
18/03/2022 £10,000 £200,977 HOME-START BRISTOL Employing a senior coordinator over one year that will enable senior members of the organisation to strengthen partnerships, build closer working relationships with local authority and NHS commissioners, explore new ways of generating income, and develop support services to families.
18/03/2022 £9,964 £161,706 MOTHERS FOR MOTHERS To update IT equipment and database system that will staff to work remotely and help the organisation be compliant with future commissioning requirements.
18/03/2022 £5,000 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL For the continuation of Care Leavers Transition Fund, £500 to cover essential costs prior to being paid in the first few month of employment.
18/03/2022 £10,000 £63,217 INCREDIBLE KIDS Increased Financial, Social Media and Communications paid support to enable and underpin significant growth within Incredible Kids.
18/03/2022 £500 £203,050 BRAINS MATTER (WAS HEADWAY WEST KENT) As requested by the fund holder towards support adults affected by brain injury, including families, carers and professionals.
18/03/2022 £500 MEDICAL AID FOR UKRAINE As requested by the fund holders towards Medical Aid for Ukraine, a project organised by two people one of whom is Andrew Cox, who is known to members of the Lloyd Robinson family. Payment is via a Go FundMe link (please see Additional Notes).
17/03/2022 £9,634 OPOKA To develop leadership capability and capacity through trustee and CEO training, and to develop the organisation’s strategy and theory of change.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £64,881 TRAUMA FOUNDATION SOUTH WEST (TFSW) The salary and on costs of the Head of Operations and Finance and Administration Officer posts to help the organisation transition from its founder’s retirement.
17/03/2022 £5,000 DIVERSE ARTISTS NETWORK To expand and diversify the board of directors and establish a 3 year business & fundraising strategy.
17/03/2022 £9,162 £77,890 LAWRENCE WESTON OUT OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES To improve the digital infrastructure, use of online resources and upgrade the financial processes and accounting systems to make a step change in the organisation's back room processes.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £213,062 ALL-ABOARD WATERSPORTS To implement a new CRM system and towards a new Funded Activities Manager role that will help the organisation to develop new relationships with local community and support groups.
17/03/2022 £7,513 KIPPAX & CHONG CIC (T/A STEP AND STONE) To develop a 3-5 year strategic plan, and updating the CRM system that includes associated staff training.
17/03/2022 £6,500 GRASSROOT COMMUNITIES Additional fundraising capacity to help the organisation develop fundraising tools and assist in their approach to accessing grant and other sources of funding.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £500,360 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD Build the capacity of the organisation's IT infrastructure with a new CRM system to help improve their service delivery.
17/03/2022 £10,000 BABBASA To support the CEO to focus on the growth and sustainability development model and to enhance the operational delivery of programmes and organisational management systems through a full-time Head of Operations.
17/03/2022 £9,493 £55,080 BATH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDATION Dedicated staff time on business planning and supporting the monitoring and evaluation of the organisation’s various projects that will result in an impact report.
17/03/2022 £5,000 £28,670 BLACK FAMILIES EDUCATION SUPPORT GROUP Staff time to enable the organisation to increase their income through growing their paid for mentoring services and increasing their ability to bid for regional commissioning opportunities in the future.
17/03/2022 £8,820 £149,219 BRISTOL ENSEMBLE Team training and skills development to manage a critical leadership change and to respond to challenges presented by Covid, ensuring the sustainability, growth and future resilience of Preludes.
17/03/2022 £9,049 £136,953 BRISTOL SOMALI RESOURCE CENTRE To employ an administrator/finance officer that will help the director to spend more time on the strategic direction of the organisation and linking with other organisations and initiatives.
17/03/2022 £9,800 £670,206 CARERS CENTRE B&NES (CARE NETWORK) Training to improve the skills of managers, trustees and staff that will develop resilience by making a digital transformation, improving governance and safeguarding.
17/03/2022 £8,200 £1,260,831 INHOPE To implement a new volunteer management database, building inHope’s capacity to recruit, induct and manage the large numbers of volunteers needed to deliver its services.
17/03/2022 £8,108 £817,227 EASTON COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTRE Towards nursery management software and IT equipment that will improve how the organisation communicates with those its serves.
17/03/2022 £9,989 £117,326 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE PLAYSCHEME Additional hours for the Director and Manager that will allow them to develop services, including to develop a training offer and potential provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disability.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £233,830 HARBOUR Towards CEO time to participate in networks and peer support, and towards staff time to develop bespoke paid-for services that will also involve changes to your CRM system and finance practices.
17/03/2022 £6,500 £116,107 INNS COURT COMMUNITY CENTRE (THE MEDE) To strengthen current and future governance and leadership, and develop existing partnerships.
17/03/2022 £9,963 £592,007 MENTORING PLUS Build and strengthen capacity within fundraising in order to diversify and increase funds, alongside developing more connections with local organisations and groups.
17/03/2022 £9,566 £241,790 NETWORK COUNSELLING AND TRAINING Transitioning the organisation's database and IT infrastructure to ensure it is fit for purpose for our organisation as it evolves.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £759,641 OFF THE RECORD - BANES Strengthening financial and organisational resilience by employing a community fundraiser who will build on the foundations already in place to enable the management team to better fulfil their roles.
17/03/2022 £9,840 OSPREY OUTDOORS COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To design, set up and implement systems, procedures and a database, with on-line access, for participants’ details, partnership organisations’ contacts, and financial planning and management for grant reporting.
17/03/2022 £9,720 £693,418 PAULS PLACE Increasing the involvement of service users/communities in the design, development, and delivery of services by putting disabled people in the lead, via training and new ways of working.
17/03/2022 £7,976 £849,749 SOUTHSIDE FAMILY PROJECT Developing the case management system to improve impact measurement and reporting, using a new Theory of Change Evaluation Framework, and strengthening Southside's IT infrastructure and capacity.
17/03/2022 £8,320 £80,196 SWAN PROJECT Towards core costs involved to further develop internal systems, financial reporting/planning and putting client systems in place to allow for more streamlined services.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £37,242 TIME BANK PLUS To undertake a comprehensive organisational review and production of a 5-year strategic plan for Time Bank Plus.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £401,752 WOMANKIND Increase capacity for strategic planning, business development, partnership working, fundraising, and service user engagement, by employing a part-time Business Manager who can support the Chief Executive with this work.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £101,951 XTND- IMPROVING FUTURES To enable XTND to develop the support it provides families in the area through engaging with other organisations and training volunteers.
17/03/2022 £9,950 £620,039 SOUTH BRISTOL CONSORTIUM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE LTD Towards the salary of a Communications Manager and IT costs with the aim of helping the organisation to improve its website, digital infrastructure and public profile
17/03/2022 £8,809 £12,860 BRISTOL AUTISM SUPPORT To develop and implement a business and funding strategy that includes engaging with a consultant and additional staff time.
17/03/2022 £10,000 £471,802 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU To match-fund the costs of employing a Marketing & Communications Officer needed to increase organisation's profile, helping to meet more demand and to engage more effectively with service-users.
17/03/2022 £500 £521,641 ALIVE ACTIVITIES LTD As requested by the fund holder, towards the charity's work of improving the quality of life of older people and their carers.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £233,830 HARBOUR For free and subsidised counselling to people facing death, dying and bereavement.
16/03/2022 £1,252 £14,615 FRIENDS OF HANNAH MORE PRIMARY SCHOOL To provide a crèche, to run alongside a stress-busting course for parents, to enable those with pre-school children to attend.
16/03/2022 £878 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé PROJECT CIC To offer vocational job coaching to a young person with Autism who is employed by the project.
16/03/2022 £834 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé PROJECT CIC For specialist vocational support for an individual with learning difficulties while they transition into paid employment within the project.
16/03/2022 £1,000 £5,905,162 UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL STUDENT UNION For a day trip for teenagers with learning difficulties, including crazy golf and a meal.
15/03/2022 £5,000 NAOS For Affirmation Studio, a therapeutic music studio that makes therapy accessible to the most hard to reach young people.
15/03/2022 £5,000 PRECIOUS TIME CONSORTIUM For laptops, rent and advertising costs for the Silver Surfers IT group for older people.
15/03/2022 £3,000 34TH WESTON-SUPER-MARE SCOUT GROUP For a weekend activity camp and 2 trips to take place during the school holidays for young people with additional needs.
15/03/2022 £5,000 £556,507 AGE UK SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE Towards the cost of delivering the specialist welfare benefits service, which includes details of the 'Warmer Homes' initiative and distribution of fuel poverty grants.
15/03/2022 £2,000 THE FI RADFORD MEMORIAL FUND As directed by the donor towards the objects for the Fi Radford Memorial Fund: i. to encourage young people’s understanding of the environment and awareness of environmental issues such as climate change, pollution, deforestation and endangered flora and fauna; ii. to support young people’s participation in peaceful, non-violent campaigning in the area of climate change and the environment; iii. to support specifically young people from diverse ethnic populations and/or whose financial & social backgrounds may restrict their potential to participate, by providing specific small grants in any way that the Trustees believe furthers the objects (I) and (ii).
14/03/2022 £1,504 £181,501 BRIDGES FOR COMMUNITIES As requested by the donor towards a pilot sewing project for Bristol Quilters to run sewing sessions with Afghani women.
09/03/2022 £30,000 £706,360 SOUTH BRISTOL SPORTS CENTRE As directed by the fund holder towards a new project for s sensory room providing a sanctuary for children with complex needs, incorporating sensory soft play and technology.
08/03/2022 £5,000 £303,248 KINGSWOOD COMMUNITY TRANSPORT A contribution towards an accessible vehicle.
08/03/2022 £15,000 £167,548 LAWRENCE WESTON COMMUNITY FARM Delivering supported volunteering placements and opportunities for local children and young people in most need; enabling them to grow as individuals and improve their life prospects.
04/03/2022 £750 £10,531 COMMUNITY AT 67 As directed by the Chair of BANES council towards the rent for the coding club and Maths club at Community@67 plus toys for the New Mothers Group.
02/03/2022 £5,000 £7,819 PUBLIC HEALTH PATHWAYS To run online training for 20 young people in Easton, St Pauls and Barton Hill that empowers people to acquire practical skills and confidence.
02/03/2022 £20,000 £113,547,000 INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE - UK As requested by the donor to support the work of the International Rescue Committee in Ukraine.
02/03/2022 £5,000 £686,927 BATH RUGBY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION To extend the Hi5! Club work building a junior mixed ability rugby team allowing youngsters will disabilities a safe space to play, become fitter and enjoy socialising.
02/03/2022 £5,000 £403,357 BRIGSTOWE PROJECT Towards the annual cost of the Migrant and Asylum Support Service (MASS).
02/03/2022 £4,943 CLEAN SLATE TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT Offering the group's 7 Signs Employability Workshop and alongside sessions of remote Money Guidance support to individuals in South Gloucestershire on a low income.
02/03/2022 £4,030 £29,148,555 MILESTONES TRUST To create a sensory bathroom accessible for people with learning difficulties who live at Kilvie House.
02/03/2022 £5,000 £37,242 TIME BANK PLUS To continue providing a successful and much needed community-based Lunch Club in Twerton for a further year.
02/03/2022 £1,000 1ST STOKE GIFFORD SCOUT GROUP To do small environmental projects to clean up community areas in a South Gloucestershire neighbourhood.
01/03/2022 £6,900 ZION BRISTOL To help the transition into a Community Benefit Society through the continuation of an outreach manager from April until the end of August 2022, working with a planning consultant, and to work with a conveyancer on the purchase of the building following a community share offer.
25/02/2022 £5,000 £1,304,291 ACCESS SPORT As directed by the donor towards the organisation's work UK-wide, helping young people to become healthier happier and achieve their potential by providing access to quality sport and development opportunities.
24/02/2022 £2,600 BRISTOL BORDEAUX PARTNERSHIP Providing financial assistance with accommodation costs of 6 students participating in the 2022 Mini-Assistants Scheme and arranging a social evening for the group at the end of their stay.
24/02/2022 £1,000 £240,793 HARBOUR As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation supporting those who are facing death, dying and bereavement.
24/02/2022 £250 £4,589,230 SANDS - STILLBIRTH AND NEONATAL DEATH CHARITY As requested by the donor towards the work of Sands which works to reduce the number of babies dying and to improve care and support for anyone affected by the death of a baby. Sands offers a free UK helpline and network of support groups, works with healthcare professionals to improve bereavement care, and involves bereaved families in research to save babies lives.
24/02/2022 £250 £136,596 MARMALADE TRUST As requested by the donor towards work tackling loneliness. "Marmalade Trust is the UK’s leading loneliness charity for all ages and the only charity in the world specifically dedicated to raising awareness of loneliness. We are a small charity with a big mission – and the momentum is growing."
24/02/2022 £250 £665,948,138 CANCER RESEARCH UK Towards beating cancer through research.
23/02/2022 £7,500 COMMUNITY OF PURPOSE A three day representative trip to Bordeaux for 4x primary schools where x20 year 5 pupils will be immersed in a sport, education and cultural experience.
23/02/2022 £5,000 GROW YOURSELF CIC Towards costs associated with putting horticultural trainees through Level 1 and 2 City and Guilds courses and training.
23/02/2022 £5,000 £207,411 FULL CIRCLE For a detached youth work training programme for 5 youth organisations embedded in the Inner City East Central area of Bristol with a focus on BS2 and BS6.
23/02/2022 £1,135 DOWNEND & DISTRICT YOUTH BOXING FOUNDATION To buy 70 folding chairs for community meetings, education and events at boxing club base Harry Crook Centre.
23/02/2022 £900 £141,064 LOCKING CASTLE CHURCH Towards the 'Transforming Lives for Good' Early Intervention Programme - enabling coaches to provide 1:1 mentoring for disadvantaged children for an hour a week.
22/02/2022 £4,290 £16,507 COMMUNITY AT 67 To replace 10 laptops for this community group's Code Club and IT group.
22/02/2022 £2,500 ST. JAMES CHURCH MANGOTSFIELD Towards the furniture and equipment needed to complete the community cafe within the community space at St. James Church Mangotsfield.
22/02/2022 £4,000 £175,669 GYMPANZEES To fund the community fundraising element of new Fundraising Assistant.
22/02/2022 £2,000 £76,970 BLACK2NATURE To run outdoors nature activity camps for Visible Minority Ethnic inner-city children and young people who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.
16/02/2022 £8,880 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC Holding key meetings and associated work for creating a collaborative and youth sector-led approach to upcoming commissioning opportunities, and further developing key areas of Bristol’s Youth Strategy.
16/02/2022 £1,704 £349,000 GYMPANZEES As requested by the fund holder, matched donation for Christmas fundraising, to continue the organisations's support of children, young people and their families (0-25yrs) with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, SEN and any mild to profound disability, to access specialist equipment and vital support systems.
16/02/2022 £1,485 £2,703,562 THE CHILDHOOD TRUST As directed by the donor, matched donation for Christmas fundraising, towards the work of The Childhood Trust, London's child poverty charity, dedicated to alleviating the impact of poverty on children and young people living in the capital.
16/02/2022 £430 £58,877 ROSIE'S RAINBOW FUND As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation. Matched donation for Christmas fundraising. Rosie’s Rainbow Fund supports sick and disabled children and their families in hospital, school and in the community. In addition to these services the fund supports research into childhood illnesses and contributes to relevant forums and conferences on issues related to its work.
15/02/2022 £5,000 NORTH SOMERSET PARENT CARERS WORKING TOGETHER (NSPCWT) for First Floor office part refurbishment including desks and equipment to develop a Parent Carer Resource Hub in Weston-Super-Mare
15/02/2022 £5,000 £243,793 THE AVON CENTRE Improving the health and well-being of disabled and non-disabled people using the power of horses, ponies, and community green spaces, supported by local volunteers
15/02/2022 £5,000 LEARNING PARTNERSHIP WEST CIC Winter Grant Application: To provide practical support/advice/guidance to vulnerable CYP/their families that improve wellbeing; reduce the risk of financial pressures; isolation; fuel and food insecurity/poverty during the winter
15/02/2022 £5,000 £14,145,609 BRISTOL MUSIC TRUST - BRISTOL BEACON The Hope Creative Programme uses singing, dancing, performing, acting, composing, and recording music to improve the well-being, confidence, social and creative skills of vulnerable young people.
15/02/2022 £1,380 DMAC UK Towards a free African Drum and Dance course for children, their guardians and members of the community police to generate dialogue through arts.
11/02/2022 £6,000 CONNIE MEDICAL CHAIR The development of a medical chair specifically for children in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). To supply 3 chairs to each of the 37 children’s hospitals in the U.K. including Bristol Children’s Hospital. Allow sick children the benefits of sitting up for development and play, respiratory system and cardiac system, post surgery.
11/02/2022 £5,000 £1,087,732 CARING IN BRISTOL The fourth instalment of an ongoing commitment to designate half the funding raised from TAP for Bristol towards Caring in Bristol's homelessness prevention work.
11/02/2022 £42,000 £744,164 ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY As requested by the donor to transform disabled access to art through the inclusion of a full Changing Places Facility in the Light & Inspiration capital project.
09/02/2022 £10,000 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL As requested by the donor towards planting trees for the Queens Green Canopy initiative.
08/02/2022 £4,530 ADAPTIVE MARTIAL ARTS CIC To support a phased return to face to face sessions benefiting disabled individuals (monthly sessions in north Bristol).
08/02/2022 £5,000 £400 REDCLIFFE EARLY YEARS CENTRE PTA (REDCLIFFE CHILDRENS CENTRE) Towards the running costs of a minibus for the year, outdoor clothing and equipment for use in delivering forest school sessions.
03/02/2022 £300 EVERGREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL As approved by the High Sheriff towards the Evergreen Gardening Group
02/02/2022 £5,000 INCLUSIVE CHANGE AT WORK C.I.C. Towards a pilot work experience programme to help young neuro diverse people identify and experience reasonable adjustments to thrive in the workplace.
01/02/2022 £4,590 BRISTOL AERO COLLECTION TRUST Towards reminiscence sessions in local care homes, helping residents who have a connection to the aerospace industry reconnect with their past.
01/02/2022 £5,000 £23,160 DIGILOCAL CIO To enable the organisation to maintain their current tech clubs and open new ones in different areas.
01/02/2022 £5,000 FRIENDS OF JUBILEE POOL Ensuring continued access to local leisure services vital to the physical and mental health and sense of community of people in South Bristol through the community asset transfer of Jubilee Pool
01/02/2022 £5,000 £594,521 BATH & DISTRICT CITIZENS ADVICE To improve the service for clients by extending the contract of a young Kickstarter, enhancing their training and employability and enabling the organisation to scale up business development.
01/02/2022 £5,000 £2,281,416 BIG ISSUE FOUNDATION Supporting Vendors to increase their income by equipping them with the knowledge and practical tools to accept cashless payments throughout the winter season and beyond.
01/02/2022 £500 MISSING LINK As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £17,130,489 PRINCESS ALICE HOSPICE As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £172,986 SOUNDWELL MUSIC THERAPY TRUST As requested by the donor towards providing music therapy for people with mental health issues.
01/02/2022 £500 £2,079,217 WINDMILL HILL CITY FARM As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £11,289 BRISTOL CHILD CONTACT CENTRE As requested by the donor
01/02/2022 £500 £1,777,209 SMART WORKS As requested by the donor towards interview support for women who have been unemployed long-term.
01/02/2022 £500 £6,753 B A HOPE FOUNDATION As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £966,836 BERKSHIRE YOUTH Towards the work of the organisation which helps with the transition from childhood to young adulthood, supporting young people to reach their full potential and make a positive contribution to their communities.
01/02/2022 £500 STARTING POINT As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £662,051 SOUTH LONDON REFUGEE ASSOCIATION As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £503,626 READING REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUP As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £44,551 HIVE FOOD BANK As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work
01/02/2022 £500 £807,895 THE GIRLS' NETWORK As requested by the fund holder towards the organisations work of mentoring for girls from low-income communities, networking events and workshops.
28/01/2022 £2,000 OSPREY OUTDOORS COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To utilise 11 allotments as a community space, with opportunities for teaching in nature through workshops and courses, for mental well being, cohesion and education of the local community.
28/01/2022 £998 THE STRAWBERRY LINE CAFé PROJECT CIC We are launching this element of our project in order to promote our works, to share our latest initiatives and activities. Raising our services profile will help develop our sustainability.
27/01/2022 £1,500 £15,602,000 ST PETER'S HOSPICE As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation.
26/01/2022 £40,000 BRISTOL ENERGY NETWORK Toward the group's member-network coordinator role to co-produce energy projects and support the group's recovery from COVID which severely impacted the group's ability to do outreach work in communities.
26/01/2022 £900 £30,784,503 MILESTONES TRUST For a series of art workshops to give support to people with learning difficulties.
26/01/2022 £630 FRENCHAY CRICKET AND SPORTS CLUB To provide opportunities for children, young people and older people with learning difficulties to take part in cricket, including training, matches, Camps and festivals, and involving SEND Primary and Secondary Schools.
26/01/2022 £1,000 £1,656,392 BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION As requested by the donor towards the core costs of the foundation
26/01/2022 £1,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION As directed by the donor towards the core costs of the foundation
25/01/2022 £5,000 £759,641 OFF THE RECORD - BANES To increase awareness of and accessibility to free mental health care for young people living in deprived areas in B&NES where we currently operate such as Keynsham and Midsomer Norton.
25/01/2022 £2,700 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE In 2022 we are going to be offering solidarity veg boxes and we are looking for some support with start up costs
25/01/2022 £2,340 £8,646,400 KIDS In partnership with young people, we would like to develop and expand the running of the once a month ‘Be Positive’ youth group supporting disabled young people aged 14-25
25/01/2022 £1,600 £900,640 AGE UK BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET Providing minibus transport for people with Dementia to visit our dementia groups during the winter.
24/01/2022 £10,000 £1,561,285 BREAKING BARRIERS As directed by the donor towards helping refugees living in the UK rebuild their lives through education, training and employment.
24/01/2022 £5,000 £136,735 SOLIDARITEE A donor-directed grant towards the work of SolidariTee, the largest student-led charity fighting for change in the refugee process. The charity seeks to advance the education of the public about issues relating to the refugee crisis and offer grants to NGOs and individuals working in this field.
21/01/2022 £10,000 £24,666,000 DEC As requested by the Fund holder, for the Afghanistan Crisis appeal to work with a number of agencies to give emergency and long-term help to relieve hunger, cold and sickness by providing food, shelter and medical care.
21/01/2022 £1,000 £12,449,739 THEATRE ROYAL BATH As directed by the donor towards making a difference to thousands of local children by raising money to provide schools with free tickets and transport to live theatre.
21/01/2022 £1,500 APE PROJECT CIC Towards the 'Recipes of St Paul's, engaging children and families.
21/01/2022 £1,000 UNIQUE VOICE As directed by the donor towards the work of the organisation which uses theatre to: EXPLORE challenging issues which affect the children and young people within our community. EDUCATE those children using exciting, creative programmes designed to find practical and inspiring solutions. EMPOWER them, allowing the new generation to flourish with confidence and resilience.
21/01/2022 £1,500 SOUND WOMEN For the radio broadcasts celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of Fem FM.
19/01/2022 £4,000 £236,706 CVS SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE A feasibility study for the potential integration or link-up between the various volunteer centres CRM's and websites, creating a joined-up Volunteering West portal.
19/01/2022 £250 £43,991,000 BREAST CANCER NOW As requested by the donor towards research and campaigning around breast cancer and care and support for those affected by breast cancer.
18/01/2022 £4,964 HOURIA CIC Toward the cost of an office and storage space, an electric delivery bike and an Outreach Lead Worker, for this group that provides training and employability opportunities for refugees and survivors of modern slavery.
18/01/2022 £5,000 APE PROJECT CIC Towards the annual cost of running inclusive ‘after school’ play sessions for disabled children and their families.
18/01/2022 £1,700 FOSSE WAY SCHOOL Toward an EPOS system for the group's training cafe which supports the employability skills development of young people with special needs and Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
17/01/2022 £20,000 £21,117 CHURCHILL & LANGFORD MINIBUS SOCIETY Proposal to explore and launch a local hub, referrer and signposter of resources for older people. It will significantly enhance the ability of the elderly to resolve any problem
17/01/2022 £500 SOMERSET WILDLIFE TRUST As requested by the fund holder.
14/01/2022 £300 FILWOOD RESIDENTS GROUP Towards engagement with local young people to use the shared allotment area and reduce anti social behaviour.
13/01/2022 £3,000 £127,380 NAILSEA METHODIST CHURCH As requested by the fund holder for Neil Wylie, Project Schools Worker.
12/01/2022 £210 £2,703,562 THE CHILDHOOD TRUST As directed by the donor towards the work of The Childhood Trust, London's child poverty charity, dedicated to alleviating the impact of poverty on children and young people living in the capital.
11/01/2022 £5,000 £117,136 STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE Delivery of 10 youth workshops tackling the issue of violence across Bristol, BaNES and North Somerset, targeting areas of multiple deprivation.
11/01/2022 £1,000 £5,106 SEA MILLS PRIMARY SCHOOL PTFA Towards the purchase of an outdoor storage facility to allow full implementation of the Outdoor Play and Learning play programme.
07/01/2022 £9,457 £4,110,562 SS GREAT BRITAIN TRUST As requested by the donor towards the costs of an event held at the SS Great Britain.
05/01/2022 £500 £1,242,754 INHOPE As directed by the donor towards matched funding for Wild Goose's Big Give appeal 2021.
05/01/2022 £40 £251,660,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT As directed by the donor towards to providing specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer, as well as looking at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigning for better cancer care.
05/01/2022 £2,427 £85,412 INCREDIBLE KIDS For the purchase and installation of a secure equipment storage unit for use at the Lockleaze Adventure Playground.
23/12/2021 £4,000 MIDDLE GROUND GROWER