Media

In this section, you can find some short films about the groups we have supported with grants, our donors and other supporters, as well as some events we have been a part of.

Anniversary films

2016 has been our tenth anniversary year and so we had some films made to let some of the groups we’ve funded over that time say what that funding has meant to them.

Emma Jacquest of Tarner Community Project.

Tarner Community Project has received grants totaling over £25,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since 2007 to support its work with children and young people in Brighton. 

Pippa Green of Sussex Night Stop

Sussex Night Stop has received grants totaling over £30,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since 2012 to support its work with young people in Brighton & Hove experiencing or at risk of homelessness. 

Marion Sheehan, Project Manager, Fareshare Sussex.

Fareshare Sussex has received grants totaling over £73,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since since 2007 to support its work redistributing food to prevent it reaching landfill and also to help tackle food poverty locally.

Paolo Boldrini of the Migrant English Project.

Migrant English Project has received grants totaling over £10,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since 2009 to support its work with asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants living in Brighton and Hove.

Gary Pargeter of Lunch Positive.

Lunch Positive has received grants totaling over £33,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since 2010 to support its work with people living with HIV in Brighton & Hove. 2016 is the tenth anniversary of the Foundation.

Fabia Bates of Survivors Network.
Survivors Network has received grants totaling over £50,000 from Sussex Community Foundation since 2007 to support its work with survivors of sexual violence.

Cicely Small

Cicely Small of Summersdale Afternoon Club talks to Bob Dale of BBC Radio Sussex

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