We’re very grateful to all who support the work of FOLIO Sutton Coldfield whether financially, in kind or simply by encouraging and inspiring us.
Thank you to:-
Sutton Coldfield Neighbourhood Network Scheme for funding our Telling Sutton’s Stories project for 2021-2022.
Thank you to the partnership between Localgiving and Postcode Community Trust for our Magic Little Grant of £500 for our community storywalk. Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Localgiving is the UK’s leading membership and support network for local charities and community groups.
The Thousandth Man – Richard Burns Charitable Trust (Squire Patton Boggs)
Thank you to Tesco Bags of Help for a grant to fund refreshments for our Elderberries group
Peddimore Community Fund for their support of Sutton Coldfield Bookfest 2020.
Heart of England Community Foundation for their support of Sutton Coldfield Bookfest 2020.
Arts Council England for awarding us a Project Grant enabling us to commission and put on our children’s opera, Alice And The Library Tree.
The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) and The Institute of Mechancial Engineers (IMechE) for an EEGS grant to fund our project, Reaching for the Moon!
Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council for a grant for our project “Moving FOLIO Forward”
M6 Toll Social Committee for funding our Lego Clubs
The Philip Bates Trust for funding our Big Draw event in October 2018
National Lottery Awards for All for enabling our Digital Storytellers project
The Rotary Club of Wylde Gree for supporting Flourish!
Sutton Coldfield Town Council for supporting Flourish!
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner- Active Citizens Fund
Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust
Birmingham Airport Community Trust Fund
Sutton in Focus
Birmingham City Council Local Innovation Fund
Tesco Express on the Birmingham Road – for a donation of sweet treats for our Christmas 2017 event
Tim Hopgood – the designer of our logo