We couldn’t do any of it without the support of our funders.
We are grateful to our funders for the support they give us to make East Bristol a place of possibility for all. Our work is currently supported by :
Quartet Community Foundation
The Quartet Community Foundation have been enormously supportive during our organisational transformation and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting our Community Hub work, youth work, Food@Felix and more.
Bristol City Council
Bristol City Council provides support across our organisation. We work with them to deliver a number of community development, play, youth, citizenship and environmental projects.
The Department of Education
Eastside Community Trust has received funding to support our school holiday activity.
Avon and Somerset PCC
We received funding from the Commissioner’s Community Action Fund (CCAF) The CCAF enables communities to come together and tackle issues in their local area relating to the priorities set out in the Police Crime Plan.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Supports the IBT We Are Bristol project that brings artists and citizens together to create art and find new and creative ways to explore issues in their local area and the wider city.
We are a partner in the Community Climate Action project that sees six Bristol community organisations play a leading role in shaping Bristol’s transition to a low carbon and climate-resilient city.
We are working with the University of Bristol, Bristol City Council and community partners on the co-production of an Integration Strategy for Bristol, and an Integration Toolkit for other UK urban contexts.
Bristol City Funds: BCH Health & Wellbeing Grant
We have received a two year grant from the Bristol Community Health – Health & Wellbeing Grant Programme towards our work to build local capacity to provide community education activities that address community health issues.