We Are Community of Purpose
We work with individuals, families and communities to identify assets, opportunities, rights and responsibilities to empower people in their every day lives.
The Bristol Young Heroes Awards - Nominations now open!
If you know a young person who has overcome adversity to do something special or given that little bit extra to positively impact their community, then we’d love to hear from you!
When we’re all old and grey and sitting in our rocking chairs,
we want to be able to look back and be proud of the business we all helped to create.
We think the best way of achieving this is by living the values that are closest to our hearts. Our six values reflect what we are, how we do things, and where we increasingly want to be.
Our alarm clocks aren’t the only things that wake us up in the morning. We wake up with a purpose!
We keep our promises, are mindful of our impact on our community and our environment, and always try to leave things a little bit better than we found them.
In this crazy world that’s trying to make us all the same,
we find the courage to keep being ourselves!
We don’t inspire others by showing them how amazing WE are,
we inspire them by showing them how talented, smart and capable THEY are.
Working hard for something you don’t care about is called stress.
Working hard for something you love is called passion.
We work hard to make our communities
healthy, happy and prosperous places.
We identify opportunities,
envision the possibilities
and take action.
We wouldn’t be here if we didn’t keep our eyes on the numbers at all times. Ultimately, we want to deliver growth for us and our communities.
This means helping each other out,
taking time to say thank you,
and where we can,
donating our time, resources and money
to those who need it more than us.
There are many ways individuals, groups and businesses can support
our vital work. Why not consider signing up to the Bristol Better Lottery,
where – for just £2 a week – you could be in with a chance of winning some
great prizes while supporting projects like Break Free;
a project alleviating holiday hunger in some of the most deprived parts of Bristol.