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The Vital Signs 2019 Report ‘Taking the temperature of local communities’ shows that young people are the number one priority for 36% of people in the West of England.
The 26-page Vital Signs report is unique as it collates data from many sources plus the results of a community survey Quartet Community Foundation conducted with over 500 local people.
This year the Vital Signs report focuses on ten key areas of interest mapping trends, highlighting strengths and identifying areas for improvement across Bristol, B&NES, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
To read and download a copy of our Vital Signs 2019 report, click below.
The 2018 Vital Signs report focused on four communities in the West of England – Barton Hill in Bristol; Patchway in South Gloucestershire; Bournville in North Somerset.
In 2017 we have taken part in Vital Signs for the second time. The 2017 report focuses on mental health needs in the West of England. To read and download a copy of our Vital Signs report, click below.
In 2016 we have took part in Vital Signs for the first time. The 2016 report focuses on the full range of needs across the West of England. To read and download a copy of our first Vital Signs report, click below.
The reviews tell some of the stories featuring the amazing people who help to inspire local giving.
Funding the Future of vital community hubs – Report
The report shows us how we can help support community hubs, so they can carry on their vital community role long into the future.
See a complete listing of all our permanent and flow through fund holders.
Browse the latest grants awarded.
Theory of Change
Our Theory of Change diagram, below, shows how we expect our work to benefit local people over the short, medium and longer term.
Social needs of younger and older people
We produce a range of reports and publications. We have produced a menu of social needs profiles in response to requests for more information about local need.
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