Our funders are the ones who make our vital work possible and for their generosity, they have our gratitude and thanks.
Providing funds for the set up and publicity requirements of Street Support - Brighton & Hove which is part of the work of the Homeless Faith Partnership
Brighton and Hove City Council have contracted BHFA to deliver the Faith Partnership as part of its Third Sector Improvement Programme (TSIP), which runs from 2020-2023. BHFA delivers the Faith Council and develops faith partnerships through this funding stream. Funds have also been made available from the Collaboration Fund for the Combating Faith Hate Partnership. In 2021, the City Council awarded further funding to BHFA to build capacity within the diverse faith communities to undertake social prescribing using members of the faith community to act as social prescribing champions
Funds have been awarded by the Sussex Community Foundation (Arthur and Doreen Green Fund) for BHFA’s core work, Street Support - Brighton & Hove and towards the emerging social prescribing work, in which the faith community plans to play a strong role
Funding toward Street Support from Safe Haven Sussex which is a community interest company not for profit, providing accommodation, care and support for single individuals aged 18 and over who are homeless or facing homelessness, and who have support needs.