Join us for a free event on Wednesday 20 November at Trinity Community Arts Centre to find out more information about local membership and community services that can help you to strengthen your own organisation and to build resilience. You can drop in and chat to us, and any of our following partners any time between 11am and 2pm. Please book your place so that we know you are coming!

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 20 November, 2019 -
11:00 to 14:00
Interventions/2 exhibition by Yoko Ono and domestic abuse victims at Georgian House Bristol
26 September, 2019

 

A new exhibition at Bristol’s Georgian House Museum by world-famous artist Yoko Ono will also include statements from 115 service users of Next Link and Safe Link, to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse.

31 July, 2019

 

A new toolkit encouraging local businesses to measure their social value in Bristol has been launched in a bid to help organisations establish the positive impact they are having in the city.

Mental health in the workplace collaboration meeting
8 July, 2019

 

A consultant on mentally healthy workplaces has advised charities to work together and share expertise to safeguard staff mental health.

People and Communities
26 June, 2019

 

Two local community health organisations, Bristol Community Health (BCH) and North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP), have jointly launched a five-year strategy which includes ‘Sustainable collaboration with the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector’ (VCSE) as one of five objectives.

7 April, 2019

 

Lego bricks to demonstrate capacity building
3 April, 2019

 

Capacity building is the kind of phrase you hear a lot in the VCSE sector, but it can take a while to get your head around. What exactly is capacity building and why is it relevant to your organisation?

14 February, 2019

 

Survivors of sexual violence are invited to complete an anonymous survey for the Sexual Violence Support Consortium, which will identify demand for a possible paid counselling service in Bristol, Avon and Somerset.

1 November, 2018
Jenny Wildblook

Blog written by Jenny Wildblood, Development Officer (Funding).

 

 

All for one and one for climate change?

 

“Charities shouldn’t help governments that won’t do anything about climate change,” according to futurologist Mark Stevenson speaking at this month’s Charity Futures event in London.

It’s a fair point. After all, why work to reduce homelessness, inequality, poverty etc. if all of these issues are going to be overshadowed by the impact on our doorstep of rendering an increasing proportion of the planet inhospitable to human life?

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