Charlotte Spencer received one of South East Dance's Pebble Trust Flourish bursaries. (Photo Credit © Sam Cohen).
This community based charity does amazing work in Moulsecoomb, one of the city's most deprived areas.
We've given £700 to Carden Tots drop-in playgroup.
We're happy to support for another year this fantastic creative writing charity.
We are pleased to support some of the cast members of BTG Youth's production of Fame.
Cain got through to the second round of the National Portrait Gallery's Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize.
Joel, who swims for Shiverers swimming club, scooped 7 gold medals and one silver!
Izzy successfully auditioned for the National Youth Ballet of Great Britain Junior Company.
Amber has won Bronze and Silver Medals at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.
Alfie has won the 'Outstanding Artist in a Comedy' award at San Diego Fringe with his show, 'Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous'.
Brighton Oasis works with women, children and families affected by substance misuse in the city.
Talent grant recipient, Amber, has won 400m gold at the World Schools Athletics Championships.
The Brighton Fringe/Pebble Trust International Touring Bursary enables a Sussex based artist to tour their show to other Fringe festivals worldwide.
Drew Wood, one of our Brighton Fringe Award judges, reached the live semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent together with amateur group Tap Tastik.
Talent grant recipient, Tom, was part of the Sussex Under 14 boys' tennis team competing in Nottingham last weekend.
Ethan, one of our first ever talent grant recipients, will begin studying at Birmingham Conservatoire this September.
We really enjoyed Yvette's 10 Steps to Happiness at The Warren last night.
Ballerina Erin has been offered a place at Elmhurst Ballet School, part of the Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Tilly, in the dark blue dress, won first place with her waltz at the recent Gillingham ISTD Ballroom event.
Alfie won the Pebble Trust touring bursary at last year's Fringe with his amazing show, 'Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous".
Former talent grant recipient, Hannah (second left), has just come back from a two week tour of China
Maya received a Pebble Trust talent grant last year, which helped her attend a National Youth Theatre course.
Each year, The Pebble Trust gives a bursary to a dancer competing in the Sussex Festival of Performing Arts.
We recently made a donation to Sussex Nightstop, an organisation that seeks to alleviate homelessness amongst 16-25 year olds.