Bristol Sport Foundation (BSF) helps identifying people in Greater Bristol and the West of England in need of support and offers them a range of 18 different sports to connect with hard to reach communities.
The purpose of BSF is design and improve health and increase employability via the four pillars Participation; Education; Health & Well-Being; Inclusion, Diversity and Equality. BSF increase sport development revenues by simplifying the sport-based charity offer for funding and commissioning bodies, corporates, primary and secondary schools, and grassroots clubs by removing ‘competition’ between charities and facilitating wider choice. BSF provides funding from partners agencies/corporates, donations from patrons and donors and provides services to help grow and develop revenue for our charities.
Chief Community Officer, Ben Breeze, said: “Winning the Sport & Recreation Alliance’s Creative Partnerships Award is a tremendous endorsement of the partnership approach we are developing at Bristol Sport Foundation.
“We hope this endorsement will help us build new partnerships and raise the local and national profile of sport development in Bristol with a view to new and increased funding.”
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