Get active, show your businesses’ passion and make an impact locally on Bristol Giving Day, 9 October 2019.
Conquer the Bridges Challenge by walking, wheeling or running across as many of Bristol’s 45 bridges as possible. Help raise £45,000 to support 45 local organisations in their amazing work for Bristol’s most disadvantaged people.
Calling all Bristol Charities Do you want to raise your charity’s profile in a public way, on one of Bristol’s 45 bridges AND receive donations whilst doing so? Quartet Community Foundation is providing the opportunity for you to do just that, on Bristol Giving Day, 9...
Quartet Community Foundation, as the creator of the Bristol Giving Day, is thrilled to offer you the opportunity to sponsor Bristol Giving Day 2019.
Local businesses scale new heights for Bristol Giving Day On the first ever Bristol Giving Day on Wednesday 10 October 2018 dozens of businesses across the city took part in fundraising activities. The event, coordinated by Quartet Community Foundation, encouraged...
Flower Power launches BGD FLOWER POWER LAUNCHES NEW CITY FUNDRAISING DAY We're delighted to announce that The Florist on Park Street are using their flower power to help people and are the first to sign up to do something fun and raise money for local good causes on...
Arriving in a new city, in a new country, and learning a new language are just three of the challenges Siddiq and Sabir faced when they arrived in Bristol. A grant we made to Bristol Hospitality Network for £14,500 through a New Beginnings grant helped them provide welcome centres for Siddiq, Sabir and their fellow asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol.
Thanks to a grant through us Age UK Bristol were able to offer this local older person some support to get through a crisis period.
For many local school children, the school holidays are a time of relaxation, fun and family.
Homelessness – Quartet’s Proactive, Preventative Action Intent on diminishing the need for the ‘ambulance at the bottom of the cliff’, Quartet has been focusing on preventative action, directing funds towards addressing the multiple causes of homelessness. This is...
Gloria came to the UK as a young girl in the 1960s. She lived with her parents and went to school in Baptist Mills.
“We asked our youth board what they’d like to do, and they said they’d really like to do a project with the older generation from Barton Hill, and to find out more about the area. So, the project actually came from the young people,” says Giulia Bianchini who coordinates the youth theatre at Travelling Light Theatre Company.