We’re so proud of the work that we do. Because of you, our endowment at Quartet means we’re able to award a thousand grants every year. We have the privilege of making a difference to thousands of people in our local communities, changing lives today, tomorrow and forever. Here are some of the stories of lives we have touched through our work with donors to inspire philanthropy and on the front-line addressing social needs.

From small donations to the Corrigan Fund

Ed Corrigan on Pero's Bridge

Local Professional Adviser Ed Corrigan explains why he set up a corporate fund for his company, Corrigan.

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Thanks to all who came to An Evening with Professor Alice Roberts in conversation with Miranda Krestovnikoff

Professor Alice Roberts, pictured, will be in conversation with Miranda Krestovnikoff

Thanks to all who joined us for our annual philanthropy event last night as we joined Professor Alice Roberts in conversation with Miranda Krestovnikoff.

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What did you have for breakfast today?

“Not every parent can afford to provide breakfast or all three meals for their children. It is the times we are living in at the moment" said a single parent who's children benefit from the breakfast club at Evergreen Primary in Easton.

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Thanks to all of you who’ve already donated to our Surviving Winter appeal

Older people will be able to keep warm and eat well thanks to the generosity of donors to our Surviving Winter appeal.

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Local foodbank receives a grant to support people in crisis

Volunteers Vicky & Elizabeth with Paul Woodward, 
Somer Valley Foodbank Manager and Claire Wynne Hughes, Quartet Community Foundation's Philanthropy Exec for B&NES

This year Somer Valley Foodbank opened a new outlet in Paulton, in Bath & North East Somerset. Demand for their service is growing, with a 16% increase in food parcels given out this year.

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On 5 December 2018 enjoy Carols by Candlelight in the Lord Mayor’s Chapel

Join the Friends of Quartet Community Foundation for carols and festive tunes from North Bristol Wellbeing Choir, a wonderful group who come together in Southmead to boost their wellbeing through music. Sing carols and enjoy mulled wine and mince pies.

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Pop-Up Shop run by Mentoring Plus’s Youth Reps open for one week only in Bath city centre

Support young people in Bath by visiting their Pop-Up Shop in Bath city centre this October half-term.

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Making and baking your way to better mental wellbeing

“Coming to the group is about socialising, it stops us feeling isolated, some of the group would be really isolated if they didn’t come. People get two buses to come here, they love to come and chat with everyone, making friends, we do have a laugh,” Abigail said.

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Helping make sure that no child goes hungry

Pre-school children at First Steps in Bath enjoying a healthy cooked lunch

63 pre-school children from the lowest income Bath families received a free, nutritious hot lunch each day at nursery thanks to a grant for £2,400 through us, giving them the energy to fully enjoy a fun-packed day of learning.

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