Nominations Open

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The Bristol Young Heroes Awards 2019 returns for the sixth annual event to celebrate and recognise the valuable contribution that Bristol’s young people make to the city.

So if you know a Young Hero aged 11-19 years old nominate them now.

We are a Community of People with a big Purpose

We work with individuals, families and communities to identify assets, opportunities, rights and responsibilities to empower people in their every day life.

Our Values

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.

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Be Responsible

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.

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Be Passionate

Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion. We work hard to make our communities healthy, happy and prosperous places.

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Be Commercial

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.

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Be Generous

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.

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Be True

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.

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Be Entrepreneurial

We identify opportunities, envision the possibilities and take action.

COP announces charity partnership with FCC

Community of Purpose (COP), a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to empower people and communities to overcome big challenges, is now collaborating with FCC, a telecom business, and the new partnership has raised so far £1300.

Bristol Business People making a Better Bristol!

Taking on an Obstacle Challenge to Tackle Food Poverty amongst Children in Bristol

Community of Purpose picks up Charity Champion of the Year Gold Star Award!

An inspiring group of Bristolians – all of whom have shown incredible acts of courage, selflessness and ingenuity – were celebrated at the Bristol Post Gold Star Awards at the luxurious Jetty Hotel.

Housebuilder’s grand support for community causes

Two worthy regional organisations are celebrating after being selected to receive community funding from a leading housebuilder.

Nisbets proudly improving social mobility in local primary schools!

Nisbets in the Community is proudly working with Community of Purpose to transform the lives and futures of local young people by supporting our partner primary schools to join Bristol Together Championships (BTC).

Amy’s Challenge – 26.2 mile Three Peaks Challenge

Our very own Amy Kington and 11 COP friends are taking on a marathon walking challenge in July, to raise money for the charity that supported her family when her brother was diagnosed with cancer in 2015. Amy, is preparing to take on the gruelling 26.2...

Award-winning Bristol based car dealership is using business as a force for good!

Berkely Vale Motors have become the first official car sponsor of Community of Purpose.

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