Funders & Partners

We are lucky to share our work with such a wide range of partner organisations, projects, and people. Our supportive partners and funders enable us to do what we do and so we would like to thank everyone that has worked with and supported us during the year.


In addition to the fundamental core funding that we receive from The Arts Council of Wales and Bridgend County Borough Council every year, we would like to thank all our funders for their support of all our creative projects. Thank you this year to:

ABMU Health Board; Arts & Business Cymru; Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations (BAVO); Bridgend County Borough Council Children’s Services; Bridgend County Borough Council (Wellbeing Directorate); Bridgend Public Health Team; Cardiff Council; Children in Need; Esmée Fairbairn Foundation; Families First; Film Nation UK; Healthy Schools Bridgend; Interlink – Rhondda Cynon Taff Borough Council; Leonardo da Vinci fund; Lloyds TSB; Monmouthshire County Council; Reach; Rhondda Cynon Taff Borough Council; Save the Children; The Arts Council of Wales; Vale of Glamorgan County Council; Wales Arts International; WCVA Wales Africa Community Links; Welsh Government.


We work in collaboration across many sectors and with such a diverse range of partners to ensure that our work has more sustainability, more impact for our participants, and shared values, including community cohesion, increasing cultural connections, and creating opportunities for increased wellbeing and social change. Thank you to everyone we have worked with this year, to all our participants, and to:

ABMU Health Board; Access and Inclusion Unit (Bridgend County Borough Council); Adugna Dance Company, Ethiopia; Age Concern Cymru; Agored Cymru; ATRiuM University of South Wales; Arts and Business Cymru; Arts Connect; Barnardo’s Cymru; Barnardo’s Cymru Seraf Service; BAWSO; Bettws Primary School; Black Cat Design; Black Voluntary Sector Network Wales; Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall; Bridgend Access & Inclusion; Bridgend College; Bridgend Police Community Safety Partnership; Bridgend Council Wellbeing Directorate; Bridge Mentoring Scheme; Bridgend People First; Bridgend Public Health Team; Bridgend Pupil Referral Unit (PRU); Bridgend Branch of the National Autistic Society; Bridgend Young Carers’ Project; Bridgend Youth Service; Bridgend Women’s Aid; Bryngarw Country Park; Building Bridges; Building to Progress; Canton Singers; Cardiff Anti-Bullying Project; Cardiff Children and Young People’s Partnership; Cardiff Council Cultural Scheme; Cardiff Metropolitan University; Cardiff and Vale Mental Health Development Group; Caswell Clinic; ChainFam Dance Co; Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff; Children’s Services, Bridgend County Borough Council; City & Guilds; Coleg Cymunedol Y Dderwen; Communities First; Comprehensive, Junior and Primary Schools in Bridgend and Cardiff; Dan y Mynydd Sheltered Housing; Disability Arts Cymru; Eastmoors Community Education Centre; Enkiteng Lepa School, Kenya; Ethiopian Gemini Trust; FAZ team Bridgend; Film Nation UK; Fir Tree Community Association; Fitzalan High School in Cardiff; Friends of Bettws Primary School; Gem TV, Ethiopia; Gemini Trust, Ethiopia; GKA Associates; Glanogwr House Retirement Housing; Glanrhyd Clinical Services; Grand Pavilion Porthcawl; G4S HMP Parc; Hafan Cymru; Hi-Tide, Porthcawl; Interlink; Kenfig Hill Wellbeing Centre;KPC Youth Centre; Labata Fantalle, Ethiopia/ Cymru; Lakeview House; Llys Cynffig, Pyle; Llys Ton, Kenfig; Maji Moto, Kenya; Merfield House; Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council; MIND Cymru; Monmouthshire Museums Services; National Public Health Service for Wales (RCT); National Campaign for the Arts (NCA); NIACE; Oasis, Cardiff; Ogmore Life Centre; Porthcawl Pavilion; Public Health Wales; Rubicon Dance; Salvation Army; Save the Children; South Gloucester & Stroud College Performing Arts Dept; St David’s Church, Betws; SUSSED Porthcawl; Taking Flight Theatre Company; Taliesin Training; TAN Dance; The Big Sing, Swansea; The Bridge Alternative Curriculum project; The Court School, Cardiff; The Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay; The Silly Boys Theatre company; The Temple Of Peace, Cardiff; Ty Dysgu; University of South Wales; Valleys to Coast Housing; Vintage Vision; Wales Africa Community Links; Wales Arts International; Wales Council for Voluntary Action; Wales Millennium Centre; Wales One World (WOW) Film Festival; Welsh Refugee Council; Women’s Aid in Bridgend; Youth Options Consortium, Bridgend.

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