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Successful Grant Applications, March 2024

Thanks to all those who took the time to apply to the East Brighton Trust Community Cohesion Grants programme that closed in January.

We are delighted to be able to support voluntary or not-for-profit community groups with grants of up to £750.

Each time we review the Community Cohesion Grant applications we are taken aback by the thoughtful and diverse community initiatives that are taking place across our slice of Brighton. It is a community to be proud of with lots of wonderful people investing their time and energy into brilliant projects and events that benefit those who live in East Brighton.

We are happy to announce that the successful applicants are as follows…

  • Brighton & Hove Food Partnership who will use their grant to help fund a fence for the community garden at Saunder’s Park
  • Brighton Permacualture Trust who were looking for funding for a composting toilet at the Racehill Community Orchard
  • Brighton Photo Fringe who will put their grant money towards a project that celebrates Moulsecoomb as a flourishing garden estate
  • Brighton Repair Cafe who will put the £750 towards funding for monthly cafes at St George’s Hall
  • Moulsecoombe Forest Garden & Wildlife Project were successful in gaining funding to help support their 30 years open day
  • The Manor Gym will use the grant to support multi sports during the school holidays

Gladrags Community Costume resource have received funding in support of their Winter Warmer Programme

Congratulations to all the beneficiaries. If you are a community group or not-for-profit in East Brighton and would like to apply for the Community Cohesion Grant, please keep an eye on our social channels and website to find out when the next round of applications opens.