Brelms Trust CIO

Project Profiles

http://www.battle-scars-self-harm.org.uk

Battle Scars support anybody affected by self-harm: people of any age who self-harm, as well as those who support them. They provide face-to-face and online peer support, workshops, training, printing and online resources, advice on self-harm issues and a volunteer development programme.

The Brelms Trust provided a 3-year grant towards core costs.

http://www.growproject.org.uk

Grow Rotherham aims to relieve poverty and to advance education for women within the South Yorkshire area.
The Brelms Trust provided a one-off grant to help carry out a feasibility study into developing a new Women’s Space Hub.

http://www.whitbyinteractive.co.uk

InterActive is a Whitby-based charity, working with local children and young people of all abilities. Their specific focus is on those with disabilities or special needs, for whom they run regular weekend and holiday activities. They also provide inclusive holiday play schemes and a pre-school play sessions, integrating mainstream and disabled children.

The Brelms Trust provided a 3 year grant towards rental costs.

Y&H Maternity Stream is a charity which raises awareness and encourages cohesion in the provision of maternity services for asylum seeking and refugee women in Yorkshire and Humberside.

The Brelms Trust provided a 3 year grant towards the salary costs of the Project Manager.

http://www.growuk.org

Grow Sheffield works with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people who face barriers when seeking employment.
The Brelms Trust provided a 3 year grant towards the ‘Grow Gardeners’ project aimed at young unemployed people.

https://playbradford.wordpress.com

Play Bradford aims to improve the lives of children in the Bradford District by using the power of sustainable play as a catalyst for social change.

The Brelms Trust provided a 3 year grant towards ongoing staffing salaries and support costs involved with the ‘Platter Project’

https://www.staugustinescentrehalifax.org.uk/

St Augustine’s Centre offer specialist advice on immigration and asylum support, and one to one support with welfare, housing, health and access to wider services.

The Brelms Trust provided a 3 year grant towards the costs of the English Language Co-ordinator’s post.

http://www.stnicks.org.uk

St Nicks York aims to preserve and conserve the area known as St Nicholas Fields for the benefit and education of the public.

The Brelms Trust provided a multi-year grant towards salary support for the Natural Habitats Manager to lead and develop community-led conservation projects across York.