BRISTOL CHURCHES CITY FUND
The Bristol Churches City Fund channels increased generosity to financially support growing social needs across the Bristol Region.
Issues such as homelessness, food poverty, debt support, mental health and refugee support are ones that will not change without increased engagement from the Church community, and at this time we believe that God is calling us to bring hope to these challenging situations.
As individuals and communities of faith, we have an opportunity to be part of that Kingdom generosity that will ultimately bring blessing to all across the Bristol Region.
SECOND CALL FOR GRANT APPLICATIONS (JULY 2019)
We’re pleased to announce the second call for grant applications to the Bristol Churches City Fund. If you have a project that you are interested in securing a grant for, please complete the pre-application form by clicking here. This should then be submitted to email@example.com. Should you have any initial queries about your pre-application, and whether it might be considered for funding, please can you ask to be contacted in the Comments section of the pre-application form, providing appropriate contact details.
To be considered for this second call, pre-applications must be received by close of business on Friday 30th August 2019 (pre-applications received after this date will be considered later) and you will be informed by Friday 13th September as to whether you should proceed with a full application to the Fund.
Please note that submission of a full application does not imply that a grant will in due course be made. You are advised to read the Bristol Churches City Fund Guidance Document that can be accessed below.
HERE ARE THREE WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT US
1. Make your donation by visiting our THE BRISTOL CHURCHES CITY FUND DONATION PAGE
2. Give by text by sending the code ‘CTYF01’ and the amount to 70070 (e.g. CTYF01 £2, CTYF01 £5 or CTYF01 £10).
3. Share and tell your friends, family, homegroups and churches about the Bristol Churches City Fund.
The Churches City Fund is administered through the George Müller Charitable Trust, (charity no. 1066832), providing governance over how funds are released to support key projects and initiatives across the Region.