News

  • This article was written by Juliana Gilling and published by The Guardian . When former legal adviser Kerry Mead, 41, split from her partner and needed a home to rent with her two children, Sammy, 9, and Ruby, 6, she
    News, Date Posted 13/03/2018
  • From dancer to designer to chef, the founder of Sauce & Spice, Grace Ekall, is using her latest creative pursuit to spice up Bristol’s food scene. Despite an ongoing battle with cancer, Grace has spent the past few years
    News, Date Posted 09/03/2018
  • At its most fundamental, community led housing is about a group of people, who care about their local area, coming together to build homes. Yes, the clue really is in the name! But it can mean other things as
    News, Date Posted 06/03/2018
  • Earlier this week the Bristol Post ran an article about how Grace Ekall started her own business whilst undergoing chemotherapy. Grace took a loan from the Community Innovation Fund (CIF), a pilot project sitting within Bristol & Bath Regional
    News, Date Posted 15/12/2017
  • resources

    If you would like to understand more about social investment, we hope that you will find the following links useful. If you would like to suggest additional resources, not currently listed here, please let us know.

  • South Bristol Sports Centre’s social inclusion projects continue to go from strength to strength, with highlights in this report including local kids creating “Mumball” for their mothers, and lives
  • A report by the New Economics Foundation on the investment landscapes in different geographical areas of the UK. Deep dive information on Bristol’s investment scene can be found on
  • Our first investment in 6 five-a-side football pitches at South Bristol Sports Centre has been an outstanding financial and social success.  Read more in the impact report we created