How The Trust Is Supported
If you would like to help us make a real difference to the people of Poole, please Contact Us.
Our thanks to Asda, Holes Bay who donated £200 towards the Bourne Community Hub through their green token scheme.
We are very grateful to the Stackhouse Poland Group who hosted a fund raising golf day at Remedy Oak in September 2019. A number of local businesses participated in the competition and raised over £4,000 for the Bourne Community Hub. Our thanks to Peter Moody (left) for organising the event and Steve Risk (right) MD Coleman marine for supporting the event.
Our thanks to the Bourne Community Group for a donation to fund cafe furniture in the new Bourne Community Hub. Kerry Manning , Chair of the Bourne Community Group presents a cheque to Chris Beale , Chair Poole Communities Trust.
National Lottery – Community Fund
The National Lottery Community Fund is proud to award money raised by National Lottery players. When people are in the lead, communities thrive and the Fund supports charities, community groups, and people with great ideas – local or national, large or small, no matter what their starting point.
This fund is contributing to the capital cost of building the new Bourne Community Hub as well as contributing towards the cost of staff.
Find out more about The National Lottery Community Fund on their website www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk.
Dorset Community Foundation
We help people give back to Dorset to improve the lives of others. Many local residents are facing disadvantage and live in areas which are amongst some of the poorest in the UK. By working together, our communities have benefited from over £10 million of charitable donations. Our knowledge and expertise inspires donors to give to those most in need and we are proud to have helped with the consultation and planning work with young people to develop a skate park on Turlin Moor.
We have grant aided the Moor Community Food Store so the range of products available to local people can be expanded to include fresh fruit and vegetables.
Whilst in Bourne we have supported the Community Hub through the Wessex Water Recovery Grant.
People’s Health Trust
The People’s Health Trust is an independent charity funded by 12 local society lotteries and the money they raise through The Health Lottery. They have generously helped us by supporting our “Let’s talk moor” project.
Power To Change
Power To Change believe that no one understands a community better than the people who live there. Power To Change work with community businesses to revive local assets, protect the services people rely on, and address local needs. They helped us with our Branksome Community Centre renovation and staffing costs and have contributed to the capital costs of building the new Bourne Community Hub.
Bourne Big Local
Bourne Big Local is a Lottery funded 10 year project which aims to make lasting improvements to the Bourne Estate. It is run by a Partnership of local residents, who make decisions about how to spend the £1m funding. The Partnership spent time talking to Bourne residents to find out what improvements people would like to see, and then wrote a plan based on what had been said.
Valentine Charitable Trust
The late Miss Ann Cotton started the Trust.
The Trusts objects are the provision of amenities and facilities for the public (not provided from public funds), the protection and safeguarding of the countryside and wildlife and the control and reduction of pollution.
The Trust carries out these objects by donating funds to a wide variety of charitable bodies registered with the Charity Commission or with equivalent status to enable them to carry out their charitable purposes as defined by the Charities Act.
The Trust has kindly donated to several of our projects.
BCP Council provides all local government services to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.Its vision is for “Vibrant Communities with outstanding quality of life where everyone can play an active role”.The Council is supporting the new Bourne Community Hub with a capital grant of £200,000 and a Community Infrastructure Levy of £250,000.
ALICE ELLEN COOPER DEAN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
The Foundation was set up in 1977 following a gift from Miss Alice Ellen Cooper Dean and supplemented by a legacy following her death in 1994.
The Foundation’s objects are the relief of poverty, distress and sickness and the advancement of education, religion and charitable purposes of benefit to the community.
The Foundation carries out these objects by donating funds to a wide variety of charitable bodies registered with the Charity Commission or with equivalent status to enable them to carry out their charitable purposes as defined by the Charities Act.
The Foundation has contributed to the capital costs of the Bourne Community Hub .
Talbot Village Trust
The Talbot Village Trust is a registered charity which supports causes in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole, East Dorset and Purbeck.
It is one of the area’s leading benefactors and, over the past couple of years, has donated nearly £2 million to charitable causes and local community projects.
The Talbot Vilage Trust has contributed towards a number of our projects including the Branksome Community Centre and the capital costs of the new Bourne Community Hub.
Veolia Environmental Trust
The Veolia Environmental Trust was established in 1997 under the Landfill Communities Fund and supports a range of community and environmental projects throughout England. The Veolia Environment Trust has funded the new play park on the campus of the new Bourne Community Hub, which was constructed in March 2020.
The Foyle Foundation
The Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to UK charities.
The Foyle Foundation has contributed towards the capital costs of building the new Bourne Community Hub.
Garfield Weston Foundation
From small community groups, to large national institutions, the Foundation’s aim is to support organisations that have effective solutions to helping those most in need. The Garfield Weston Foundation has contributed towards the capital costs of building the new Community Hub.
Bernard Sunley Foundation
The Bernard Sunley Foundation are a family grant making foundation which supports charities in England and Wales working to raise the quality of life and provide greater opportunities for the young, the elderly, the disabled and the disadvantaged.
The Foundation has contributed towards the capital costs of building the new Bourne Community Hub.
The Clothworkers’ Foundation
The Clothworkers’ Foundation was set up in 1977 to be the primary vehicle of charitable giving for The Clothworkers’ Company.The Foundation has contributed towards the capital costs of building the new Bourne Community Hub.
Bourne Community Group
Bourne Community Group was formed some 8 years ago following a push from the Borough of Poole to try to get the residents to co-operate and work towards a better place to live. The Bourne Community Group has been involved in many projects, Fireworks nights at The Academy, The Jubilee event held on the common, the Play Park and the Play Park opening event which was attended by over 500 adults and children.
The Group has kindly donated £14,000 to pay for the cafe furniture in the new Bourne Community Hub.