Tudor Trust supports The Bridge Homelessness to Hope with £88,000 to provide services to city’s homeless community.
The Bridge in Leicester has been awarded a grant after successfully applying to the Tudor Trust for funding to support its work over the next three years.
Staff and volunteers from The Bridge Homelessness to Hope.
The Tudor Trust has awarded a total of £90,843 to The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, including an additional wellbeing grant of £2,000 to support staff, volunteer and trustee wellbeing.
The main grant will enable our charity to continue to support the city’s homeless community by directly contributing to essential services such as intensive individual case work, mental and physical health services, breakfast provision, access to hot showers, as well as the availability of clothing, toiletries, and washing and drying facilities.
The Tudor Trust is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK. The Tudor Trust committee was impressed with the work of The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, particularly supporting an increasing number of people with complex and multiple needs, in creative and holistic ways.
“We are incredibly grateful to the Tudor Trust for awarding us this grant for the next three years. This is the second grant the Trust has awarded to us and we feel privileged to have its support.”
David Fawcett, Executive Operations Manager.