Bristol Link with Beira


Rotary District 1100

Rotary is one of the world’s largest and most successful global membership and humanitarian service organisations, with 1.2 million members in over 200 countries. Ethical practice is encouraged, and members drawn from all walks of life. District 1100 acts in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Bristol, Swindon and parts of Monmouthshire, Somerset and Wiltshire. Bristol Rotary has access to finance from Rotary International and has supported a number of BLB projects. 


Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) is a campaigning organisation that works for rights, equality and development across Southern Africa. This includes supporting BLB projects on a regular basis.

The Guild of Guardians of Bristol

The Guild of Guardians is a charity which aims to enhance the good name of the City of Bristol – its traditions, trade and commerce. The Guild of Guardians aims to improve the quality of the civic life of the City of Bristol and supports and enhances the Mansion House and Office of Lord Mayor. Outside the Mansion House, the Guardians have been responsible for and given their support to a number of local projects including setting up the Beira Room in City Hall.

The Hilden Charitable Fund

The Hilden Charitable Fund is an endowed grant-making foundation and a registered charity. It funds smaller UK-based organisations delivering projects within the UK to support social justice and to tackle disadvantage in specific areas of focus. They provide unrestricted, core and project funding. Hilden has financed the BLB project Women and Girls Promoting Change, carried out in Beira by AMPDC.

Coles-Medlock Foundation

The Coles-Medlock Foundation is a grant making organisation focused on alleviating poverty and hardship by supporting charitable projects across the developing world. Working with UK registered charities and their international partners, we focus on funding sustainable development in education, food provision, infrastructure, healthcare and independent financial progress. Coles-Medlock have financed the BLB project Promotion of Sexual & Reproductive Health, carried out in Beira by ADS.