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Commissioner's Community Action Fund Year 2 Allocation for Quarter 3

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Local communities and voluntary organisations across Avon and Somerset have received over £20,000 as part of Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens Community Action Fund (CCAF).

Ten projects across Avon and Somerset were allocated funding for Quarter 3 of the second year of the fund.

The Commissioner's Community Action Fund of £200,000 was launched in May 2013 and has entered its second year enabling communities to continue to apply for grants of up to £5000.

Applications are welcomed all year round. To apply click here.

 

 
Name and Description Area Amount 

Felix Road Adventure Playground

A half term projet for the young people of Easton and Lawrence Hill with the aim of reducing ASB.

 Bristol £3,940.00 

Midsomer Norton Street Pastors

Funds to support the work of the Midsomer Norton Street Pastirs in their work to reduce ASB related to the night time economy. 

Bath and North East Somerset  £2,500.00 

Senior Citizen Liaison Team

A grant to support the Senior Citizen Liaison Team to provide safety advice and education in Somerset. 

Avon and Somerset  £1,500.00 

Soroptimist Internation Bristol

A project to raise awareness of human trafficking in Bristol. 

Bristol  £750.00 

SOS Global

A programme for young people teaching the dangers and impact of knife crime and ASB. 

Somerset  £5,000.00 

The Bridge Foundation

Funding to support the counselling provision at The Bridge Foundation for children experiencing emotional, behavioural and social problems during the transition from primary to secondary school. 

Bristol  £2,000.00 

The People's Plot

Meet and 2 Veg project for young people not in education, employment or training which will contribute to a reduction in ASB.

Somerset  £1,500.00 

Unseen

Grant to support the work of Unseen in tackling Modern Slavery. 

Avon and Somerset  £3,000.00 

Pulteney Estates Residents Association

Contribution to the 'Your Kindness Could Kill' campaign in Bath which aims to tackle the ASB associated with street begging.

Bath and North East Somerset  £2,500.00 

IDEAL Community Action

Grant towards the 'Sharp Shotz' programme which challenges young people in Bristol and North Somerset to learn about and raise awareness of issues such as domestic abuse or drugs and alcohol by creating short films.

Bristol and North Somerset  £2,400.00 
 
 
 
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