Sponsors

Disability Pride Brighton wishes to thank the following for grant funding and their continued support in 2019.


    Brighton and Hove Buses

  • Brighton & Hove Buses
  • At Brighton & Hove we believe everyone has the right to travel with ease and comfort. Our purpose is to give of all those we serve the freedom to connect with the people and places you value most so that you can live your life to the full. In 2018, we were responsible for 66 million passenger journeys around our region.



    Chalk Cliff Trust

  • Chalk Cliff Trust
  • The Chalk Cliff Trust is a foundation set up to provide grants and donations to charities, action groups and benevolent organisations in East Sussex.




    Brighton and Hove City Council

  • Brighton & Hove City Council


  • Local People Programme

  • Local People Programme
  • Scope’s Local People Programme in Brighton and in Hove is funded by People’s Health Trust and HealthWish. We support disabled people (with any physical or mental illness, impairment or additional need) and unpaid carers to create change in their communities.



    People’s Health Trust

  • People’s Health Trust
  • People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities.. Using money raised by HealthWish through The Health Lottery and investment from People’s Health Trust’s Active Communities programme. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health. The Trust was set up to address health inequalities in Great Britain and create fairer places in which to grow, live, work and age. Through our funding and support, we encourage resident-focused approaches as a means of addressing the underlying structural causes of health inequalities.



    SEAAN

  • South East Apprenticeship Ambassador Network (SE AAN)
  • The primary aim of the AAN is to support the delivery of a high quality apprenticeships programme. Specifically, AAN members through engagement with other employers and stakeholders. Our network forms a central hub for sharing good practice in apprenticeship delivery and learning from each other as well as developing new ideas for attracting, retaining and growing our apprenticeship programmes. Our membership is made up of c80 public and private sector employers who have established apprenticeship programmes within their own organizations. SEAAN is one of nine regional networks, supported by the National Apprenticeships Service and is also a member of the National Apprenticeship Ambassador Network.