Danny Dwyer, organiser of Bear Patrol organises new shakers and fundraising buckets for bars and shops to support the work of the Rainbow Fund.
Look out for bright yellow shakers and buckets that are popping up in bars and shops all over the city to capture your spare change.
Danny Dwyer organiser of Bear-Patrol has been running round placing 100 shakers in venues across the city to raise money for the Rainbow Fund. Chris Stringer owner of Christopher Stringer Funeral Directors made a donation of £200 to help pay for them and Roddy Clenaghan kindly designed their eye-catching labels.
Through an independent grants panel, The Rainbow Fund give grants to LGBT organisations in Brighton & Hove who deliver effective front line services to LGBT+ people in the city.
In the 2017 grants round the following organisations benefitted from grants amounting to £110.688: These included Allsorts Youth Project (£5,000), Brighton Gems (£1,725), The Clare Project (£5,000), The Rainbow Chorus (£7,150), Older & Out (£5,270), Sussex Beacon (£7,500), Accessibility Matters (£1,800), Whitehawk LGBT support group (£1,000), Trans Alliance (£5,000), Peer Action (£7,300), Lunch Positive (£8, 082), MindOut (£14,989), Switchboard (£11,725), and LGBT Community Safety Forum (£29,147)
If you would like to have a shaker in your venues email Danny at: email@example.com
For more information about The Rainbow Fund, click here: