The money will help support the Dome’s Open Days and workshop/masterclass programme over the coming year.
The organisation provides a variety of services to support small community groups across our city.
Our money will be put towards the cost of delivering services to homeless people in Brighton and Hove.
This wonderful local theatre has been owned and run entirely by its volunteer members since 1947!
TTTB helps tackle loneliness and isolation amongst our city’s older residents.
This is the only drop-in day centre in Brighton for homeless young people aged 16-25.
This award winning charity works with young men in Brighton involved in the criminal justice system.
Fareshare distribute food to some of our city’s most disadvantaged people.
Our money will help Encore support young musicians in our city.
Our £1580 will be spent on summer schemes for local children.
Our £5,000 will go towards the completion of The Dance Space.
Liv will put her recent talent grant towards the cost of attending the European Championships in Greece this summer.
As part of the GB women’s Goalball team, she will attend the qualifiers in the US later this month.
This year’s winner is Brighton writer, Kathrine Smith’ with All I See is You.
Talent grant recipient Joel will travel to Russia for the European Junior Championships in July.
Scout received a talent grant last year which she put towards her dance training.
Goalkeeper Conor played three matches for the Northern Ireland Under 16 development squad in Bulgaria last month.
Talent grant recipient, Millie, is a member of the prestigious National Youth Dance Company.
mASCot provides support for families of children with Autistic Spectrum Condition.
Our £25,000 will be put towards running costs over the next year.
This will help fund assertiveness training for vulnerable children in our city.
Our money will be used to recruit and train more volunteers to man the helpline.
Talent grant recipient, Alfie, is looking forward to beginning his studies in musical theatre later this year.
Talent grant recipient Amber was part of the successful 4 x 400m relay team!
Forgotten Dialogue is a piece of experimental physical theatre exploring real words and their relationship to space.
Coming Home With Me explores “the grimy underbelly of a girls’ night out.”
Each year The Pebble Trust awards £2,500 to enable an award winning international show to travel to the Fringe.
Her 400m time of 53 seconds is the fastest ever by a British woman under 20.
A charity that supports people with learning disabilities to get their voices heard.
This creative writing charity works with children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.