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Trinity Community Arts is a registered charity. We empower communities through the arts, celebrating our city's diversity, heritage and culture. We make sure everyone has the opportunity to access and shape arts and culture in Bristol.
You will find us in the much-loved Trinity Centre - a Georgian Grade II* listed building built in 1832. Each year our Centre is used by over 60,000 people, providing over 3000 hours of free and subsidised space for community activities.
To help continue the work we do we have launched an individual giving campaign.
You can support out charity and the work with do in a variety of ways:
- A monthly donation (through justgiving)
- One off donation (through justgiving)
- Gifting to an individual campaign (here)
- Support us by running your own fundraising campaign with this useful guide.
- Text TRIN13 £5 to 70070 to donate to Trinity and make a difference with JustTextGiving by Vodafone.
- Pledge a donation at our Crowdfunder and help us undertake urgent repairs (and get a Jimmy Cauty or Andy Council print as a reward!)
Why support us:
Your support will help us to continue improve lives through the arts. You can scroll down to find out more about the work we do and how we have shaped the lives of people we work with.
We need to secure the future of Trinity - Your support will save our space.
You can make a difference by pledging a donation in exchange for some exciting rewards.
Get your hands on original, signed and authentic Jimmy Cauty artwork to support Trinity’s Conservation Project. Cauty’s God Save the Trinity Centre is a punk-inspired piece that celebrates the rich musical heritage of the Trinity Centre.
Or, treat yourself to an original and signed piece of art by renowned Bristol urban artist and illustrator Andy Council - The Trinity Fox: a celebration of the heritage to be found in Bristol’s Old Market Quarter.
Both pieces of art are available on our Crowdfunder page here
We need to secure the future of Trinity - Your support will help us save our space
To donate, text ROOF31 £5 to 70070 or visit our Just Giving page