Chris Gull, Chair of the Brighton Rainbow Fund, on how the Brighton Rainbow Fund works and its Grants Presentation event, which took place at the Old Ship Hotel in Brighton last month. James Ledward and Paul Elgood started the Brighton Rainbow Fund 10 years ago as a legacy project with money left from the public…
GRANTS of up to £1,000 from this fund are available to volunteer led LGBT+ projects, with no paid staff, in Sussex. Surdi is a not for profit group based in Brighton & Hove, who work to encourage hearing culture to accept deaf culture, avoid isolation, avoid social stigma and to create opportunities for deaf and…
With fifteen events programmed over four days, Brighton Bear Weekend (BBW) are proudly fundraising for The Rainbow Fund through sales of tickets, wristbands, clothes and from the Big Raffle.
Brighton prepares to be invaded by large hairy Bears for the ninth annual Brighton Bear Weekend (BBW) from June 13-16 to raise money for the Rainbow Fund. NOW is the time, if you haven’t done it already, to pop to their website and purchase a wristband giving you a range of discounts and deals at…
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus have been invited by the Embassy of Sweden to celebrate Brighton as the city that launched ABBA’s global success and raise money for the Rainbow Fund.
Brighton Rainbow Fund announce new funding round and new funding opportunities for local LGBT+ projects. The Brighton Rainbow Fund distributes money raised throughout the year from Community Fundraising by Brighton Pride, Bear-Patrol, Brighton Bear Weekend, LGBT+ venues, other businesses, individual donors, and collection tins around the city.
Another mega World of Gin Hamper is one of the star auction lots at this years Hibernation Community Luncheon on Sunday, October 20 at the Old Ship Hotel.
The Easter Bonnet Parade and Drag Races on Easter Sunday beat last years’ fundraising total (£1,833.66), raising a record £1,953.22 for the Rainbow Fund.
The annual summer garden party fundraiser at the Rottingdean Club is on Saturday, August 10 and this year will be raising funds for the Brighton Rainbow Fund.
With Brighton’s popular Bear Weekend just a few weeks away now, the team are busy putting the final preparations to what is looking likely to be the busiest gathering of bears and their admirers in Brighton so far!