The Aisbitt Family Fund was set in February 2013 with the aim of funding charities and not-for-profits community groups across Sussex but with a preference for Brighton & Hove. The donors choice is that groups they funded would be supporting people to tackle a range of challenges, with an emphasis on tackling disadvantage and preventative work. work in other areas such as drug and alcohol addiction, mental health, young care leavers, homelessness and domestic violence. Groups that have been funded include Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project, pictured above. This is a small charity on the outskirts of Brighton, working in one of the city’s most deprived neighbourhood, primarily with young people and adults with learning disabilities. The group was given a recent grant from the Aisbitt Family Fund to fund their Friday Cooking Club.