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Our Funders

With the invaluable support of our generous funders, we can consistently deliver vital projects and services to children and young people, ensuring the accessibility of our services to all.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our funders, some of whom are highlighted below. Your continued support makes a profound difference in the lives of those we serve.

How You Can Help

Some of our funders

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Hertfordshire Community Foundation

HCF has generously awarded us grant funding which will enable us to provide free, early targeted support for children and young people from schools in Hertsmere.

This includes 1:1 mentoring and group workshops to help their self-esteem, social skills or emotional wellbeing.

Visit the HCF website
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Watford Community Housing

Thanks to match funding from WCH and the W3RT, BrightPaths provide early targeted 1:1 mentoring and group workshops for local children and young people living in and near WCH communities.

We support children and young people in the area with emotional well-being, and self-esteem, resilience and promote positive mental health.

Visit the WCH website
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Luton Rising and BLCF

Luton Rising is the owner of London Luton Airport, and we are grateful for the grant from their community funding programme, managed by the Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation.

This grant allows us to support children aged 11+ living in Luton or attending Luton-based schools from September 2022.

This project aims to work with schools, social services and young people to support those at risk of or vulnerable to crime and exploitation.

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Postcode Places Trust

Postcode Places Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery.

Our organisation received £5,083 from the Trust, which has played a crucial role in allowing us to continue providing targeted emotional well-being support for children and young people.

We are incredibly grateful for the Trust’s support, which enables us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the children and young people we serve. This funding will help us continue our mission and expand our reach, ensuring that more children have access to the vital emotional support they need.

Thank you to the Trust for recognising the importance of our work and for investing in the well-being of future generations!

The logo for Arnold Clark Community Fund. The logo for Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation. The logo for Central Bedfordshire. The logo for Hertfordshire Community Foundation. The logo for Little Lives UK Children's Charity. The logo for Localgiving. The logo for Magic Little Grants. The logos for People's Postcode Lottery and Postcode Places Trust. The logo for Watford Community Housing in purple. The logo for Watford & Three Rivers Trust in blue. The logo for Arnold Clark Community Fund. The logo for Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation. The logo for Central Bedfordshire. The logo for Hertfordshire Community Foundation. The logo for Little Lives UK Children's Charity. The logo for Localgiving. The logo for Magic Little Grants. The logos for People's Postcode Lottery and Postcode Places Trust. The logo for Watford Community Housing in purple. The logo for Watford & Three Rivers Trust in blue. The logo for Arnold Clark Community Fund. The logo for Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation. The logo for Central Bedfordshire. The logo for Hertfordshire Community Foundation. The logo for Little Lives UK Children's Charity. The logo for Localgiving. The logo for Magic Little Grants. The logos for People's Postcode Lottery and Postcode Places Trust. The logo for Watford Community Housing in purple. The logo for Watford & Three Rivers Trust in blue.

Thank you to our amazing funders and partners!

100% of our profits are invested back into the company. This equips us to consistently deliver vital projects and services to children and young people in need.

Using PayPal, you can make a one-off payment or choose to make regular payments.

£5 allows us to provide take-home resources for a child from a disadvantaged background, and £15 would allow a young person to join a Bright Paths Workshop to build resilience, learn strategies to regulate their emotions and give them a brighter tomorrow… today.

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We need certain equipment and resources to keep running engaging and effective sessions.

Our Amazon wishlist includes stationery, workbooks, journals, craft supplies and games that we use in sessions with the children we help, and can be viewed below.

Our Amazon Wishlist
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Don’t hesitate to contact us if you prefer to make an alternative form of contribution, such as volunteering, becoming a funder or donating via bank transfer. Our email address is support@brightpaths.org.uk, or if you would prefer to speak directly, our phone number is 01234958493.

Alternatively, use our contact form and one of the team will get in touch.

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Get in touch

If you are responsible for the emotional wellbeing of a child or young person, contact us now for a no-obligation consultation to see how we can best help.

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