Building Sustainable Communities

11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities
11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

Building Sustainable Communities

Watch this space

Find out the name of our nominated local hero on 13th September.

What can I do?

If you can support Grassroot Communities in any way and particularly help with funding our fully developed and life changing GAP opportunity please get in touch. Change is coming folks and it’s only going to be sustainable from the grassroots and up.

What local community projects can you get involved in? From litter picks to youth groups, your local community needs you!

Email: info@grassrootcommunities.org

About the nominator – Grassroot Communities

Grassroot Communities is an organisation that tailors and delivers youth and community work projects based on the wants and needs of local people.

The GAP programme will enable young people to, learn valuable life skills that support them to thrive, not just survive and grow in confidence so they are ready to grasp future opportunities in both hands, in volunteering, apprenticeships, employment and education. Supporting young people from marginalised communities to engage, reconnect and fall in love with nature will mean they will be more likely to look after the planet in the future and be inspired to explore working in the predicted future green economy.

Connecting young people with communities, cross pollinating cultures, beliefs and backgrounds and celebrating the differences and similarities across the city will positively impact on community cohesion, tolerance, wellbeing and ultimately quality of life for all.

Goal 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities

Our Hero is working towards Global Goal 11. This Goal aims to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

1 - No Poverty

Tackling the causes and effects of poverty

2 - Zero Hunger

Eliminating hunger and ensuring food supplies for all

3 - Good Health and Wellbeing

Ensuring the wellbeing and rights of disabled people across Bristol