Supporting disadvantaged communities in the West of England

The challenges facing our communities are many. From the cost of living crisis and homelessness, to mental health and climate change, there are huge challenges that our local communities need sustained help to meet.

Many of us want to donate locally but it can be hard to know where to start, especially when society’s problems seem too large for any one of us to solve. And, with so many small local charities and organisations actively providing essential help, it can be difficult to know who they are and whether they will stay resilient to continue providing support into the future. 

Quartet awards grants every year to hundreds of local charities and community groups.  We are here to help guide you, whether you want to make a one off gift, or set up a fund that keeps giving for generations. 

Together we can sow the seeds of change in the West of England.

Deep rooted change

Your generous giving can make a real difference to people’s quality of life in the West of England, now and far into the future.

Connecting local donors with local community projects

Give to your community

Quartet helps you give your money away to vital local causes. Connect with projects that matter to you and seed real change in our region.

Apply for grants and support

Last year, we gave away over £5 million to local voluntary and community groups.

Our vision

A place for all to thrive

We want to see a West of England where communities are well resourced, confident and strong, where grassroots community and voluntary groups can respond to the needs and aspirations of all who live there, now and forever. Quartet is here to inspire local philanthropy, channeling people’s generosity to help our region become fairer, greener and a place for all to thrive.

Find out more

Our quartet of communities

Your generosity helps to meet the vital needs of communities in the West of England. Let’s multiply the impact by working together for deep rooted change.

South Gloucestershire




Bath & North East Somerset

Bath & North
East Somerset

North Somerset

North Somerset

Our quartet of communities

Local stories

What’s happening on the ground

Funding in action

Funding in action: LWOOSA and The Bristol Port Company

Be inspired by our video about long-term fundholder The Bristol Port Company and the essential funding they are providing, through Quartet, to support the vital…
Whitewood Family Fund

Whitewood Family Fund

A family fund helping young people through sport. Read about the inspiring story of Ruth and Arthur Whitewood and their legacy of the Whitewood Family…
learning disabled people

Our first named fund – The Harry Crook Foundation

Harry Crook was one of Bristol’s great benefactors. Born in Bristol in 1889, in 1923 he started the Kleen-e-ze Brush Company and over many years…

News & Reports

The latest insight from Quartet

Muslim mother and her son embrace and enjoy time in the city together.

June newsletter – a spotlight on refugees and asylum seekers

Read how we are supporting the vital work of local charitable organisations working to improve the lives of refugees and asylum seekers.

In View 2024

Read our new insights report, In View, and explore the vital role philanthropy plays to improve the health and wellbeing of our local communities.

May newsletter – a spotlight on the youth and play sector

Read how we are supporting the vital work of local youth and play sector organisations in Bristol and beyond.e in the West of England.

Make a difference on your doorstep

Set up a fund with us

Create a fund that makes a long term difference to the people and communities you want to help.

Share your expertise

Share your business skills and experience to support the local voluntary sector.

Local stories

Hear what's happening for communities in our region.

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