Here are some examples of recent grants awarded by The Nisbet Trust.
£40,000 over two years to Fare Share South West for their Dismantling Food Poverty project, addressing child hunger in Bristol.
£20,000 to Learning Partnership West to support ‘Losing knives, changing lives’ targeting children and young people at risk of, or engaged in gang culture, carrying knives and violence.
£90,000 over three years to the Creative Youth Network to support their programmes for NEET (not in education, employment and training) young people.
£30,000 over three years to Babbassa Youth Empowerment Projects CIC to support less advantaged young people from inner city Bristol into employment, self employment or higher education.
£48,000 over three years to Lawrence Weston Community Farm towards salary costs for a Volunteer Coordinator.
£60,000 over three years to South Bristol Youth towards their core youth development programmes, including Discover Maths and Unlocking Potential through Communication.
£15,000 over three years to Flamingo Chicks CIC for their Bristol Outreach Project to enable children with special educational needs to enjoy ballet workshops alongside their friends.
£80,000 to St Peter’s Hospice for their Room to Care Appeal to create a new, enlarged Inpatient Unit with improved facilities in Brentry.
£3,300 over three years to support a Chess for Schools project at Stoke Park Primary School.
£45,000 over three years to St Mungo’s Night Shelter programme and assessment centre for rough sleepers.