Nisbet Trust

Recent Grants


£90,000 over three years to the Matthew Tree Project towards food logistics and distribution underpinning the ‘Rebuilding Lives’ programme.

£45,000 over two years to Off The Record for a new Peer Navigator volunteer programme, giving young people a central role in providing mental health support to their peers.

£30,000 over three years to St Pauls Carnival towards a two-week fringe commencing on National Windrush Day and culminating with Carnival.

£60,000 over three years to 1625 Independent People towards a Peer Educators project addressing issues that lead to, or result from, homelessness.

£30,000 over three years to Access Sport to develop community sports clubs for disadvantaged and disabled young people.

£30,000 over two years 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.

£60,000 over three years to CHAS Bristol to provide specialist advice and advocacy support to vulnerable people in housing crisis.

£30,000 over three years to ACTA Theatre towards their weekly youth theatre for vulnerable young adults aged between 16-25.

£90,000 over three years to the Creative Youth Network to support their programmes for NEET (not in education, employment and training) young people.

£75,000 over three years to South Bristol Youth towards their core youth development programmes, including Discover Maths and Unlocking Potential through Communication.

Major capital grant support to The Colston Hall Transformation Appeal, RWA Light and Inspiration Appeal, Creative Youth Network Magistrates Court and The Park Knowle West.