We are delighted to be supported by a these wonderful and generous trusts and foundations. If you are involved with a trust or foundation that would like to support The Door please get in touch at thedoor.org.uk/contact

Arthur Smith Trust

The Arthur Smith Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

Allchurches Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding towards intensive support for young people

The Barnwood Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for our mental health support for young people and families. They are also providing the funding behind our Hinge Fund.

Their Let’s Be Clear Fund also funded the purchase of clear face masks for our delivery teams.

The Cam Institute Fund

The Cam Institute Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding for resources for our Youthwork in Cam

The Charles Hayward Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for Community Youthwork in Stonehouse

The Cotswold Primrose Trust

The Cotswold Primrose Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for two projects. Firstly our Mentoring Gateway telephone support service for young people and secondly our online Youthwork provision.

MRG Systems, Inforsight, Renishaw, Kitsch and the Medlock Charitable Trust supported The Door with Match Funding for the 2020 Christmas Challenge. Funds raised will help us keep online services going in 2021

David Brooke Charity

The David Brooke Charity is currently supporting The Door with funding for our virtual activities

David Thomas Charitable Trust

The David Thomas Charitable Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

Edgar E Lawley Foundation

The Edgar E Lawley Charitable Foundation is currently supporting The Door with core funds to keep our services open.

The Edward Gostling Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for Parent Support Groups

The Four Acre Trust provided match funding for our #KeepTheDoorOpen Campaign at the start of lockdown. Funds raised will go towards keeping The Door open during this crisis.

The Grant Foundation

The Grant Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for 1:1 Youth Mentoring

Gloucestershire Community Foundation Grants are currently supporting The Door with funding for projects across our service delivery departments.

This includes funding from: Free Masons COVID 19 Collaboration Emergency Fund for Core Costs and the Coronavirus Emergency Response Fund for Family Support Work

GCC Growing Communities Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding for detached youthwork in the Dursley area, developing work in Severnside and with funding for our Telephone Support for young people.

The GCC Youth PRovision Grants Scheme is currently supporting The Door with funding towards community youthwork in Stonehouse.

GCC Thriving Communities Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding towards the training of our volunteer mentors for young people and parents.

GCC Youth Provision Grants Scheme is currently supporting The Door with funding for supporting year 6 students preparing for secondary school.

The Good News Evangelical Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding for illuminateStroud activities

HECF #Iwillfund

The Heart of England Community Foundation #IwillFund is currently supporting The Door with funding towards community youthwork initiatives

The Julia and Hans Rausing Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

Funds from the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales is currently supporting The Door by funding our ‘Door to The Future’ programme of emotional and practical support for young people preparing to, during and after leaving care.

Langtree Trust

The Langtree Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

Lynn Foundation

The Lynn Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for youth mentoring.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

The Marsh Christian Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding towards our core running costs in all areas

The Midcounties Cooperative Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding for youthwork supporting young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) in Stroud and Stonehouse

Medlock Charitable Trust

The Medlock Charitable Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for our Stroud Town Youth Centre. This funding was as part of the Christmas Challenge 2019.

The Notgrove Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for detached (on the streets) youthwork in the Cam and Dursley area.

national lottery community fund

The Government Funding distributed by the National Lottery is currently supporting The Door with funding for maintaining our telephone support to young people.

Funds from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s fund for Gloucestershire is currently supporting The Door with funding for enhancing our youthwork provision across Dursley, Wotton and Stonehouse

The Rowlands Trust

The Rowlands Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for digital resources including computers to enhance our service delivery options.

R J Shaw Trust

The R J Shaw Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for all core services

The St James’s Place Foundation is currently supporting The Door with funding for Youthwork delivery in the Stroud area

The Sheldon Trust

The Sheldon Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for our work mentoring young people that are NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training).

The Severn Trent Community Fund is currently supporting The Door with funding for core costs across all departments.

Stroud District Council – Community Response Funds (COVID-19)  is currently supporting The Door with funding for our support for young people and their families

Stroud District Council – Community Investment Grant also provides funding for our Stroud Buildings

Stroud District Council – Youth Development Fund – is current supporting The Door with funding for mental health projects in Wotton

The Summerfield Charitable Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for our online and virtual youthwork known as #TheDoorAtFour

The Souter Charitable Trust is currently supporting The Door with funding for our illuminateStroud project.

Sovereign Housing is currently supporting The Door with funding for laptops for our Stonehouse Youth Clubs

Stroud Hospital League of Friends is currently supporting The Door with funding to help us #KeepTheDoorOpen

Thirty Percy  is currently supporting The Door with funding for Core Costs to keep us open during the Covid-19 Pandemic

The Tesco Bags of Help Scheme  is currently supporting The Door with funding for our Youth Intensive Support Team

Western Power Distribution – “In This Together Fund‘ is currently supporting The Door with funding for our support for young people and their families

The “Festive Fund” Also paid for us to send Christmas Gift Parcels to 60 families in December 2020

Wotton Lions – are currently supporting The Door with funding for youthwork resources in the Wotton area