About us Frequently Asked Questions What is Bridge Renewal Trust? Bridge Renewal Trust is a registered Charity (Charity No: 1131941) and a company limited by guarantee, the Bridge offers many services to local residents, organisations and statutory bodies. What does the Bridge Renewal Trust do? The Bridge offers a wide range of services to local people and organisations, it could be health and wellbeing related service such as our complimentary therapies, or the Health at the Hut healthy lifestyles advice and activities, or support on Mental Health via the Haringey Wellbeing Network. We support other local charities and groups through the Community Impact Haringey project. We also work closely with Haringey CCG and the Local Authority on engagement with local residents, of partnering on the safer neighbourhood boards, take a look around our website for more information. How is the Bridge funded? Like many other charities and groups locally, the Bridge often bids for contract work and we are funded to carry out this work by several funding streams, these include, Haringey CCG, LBH, National Lottery and more. How many people work at the Bridge? The Bridge now employs about 35 people, over 70% of those are people who are living in Haringey. The Bridge also has lots of opportunities for volunteers. Who edits the content of the Bridge website? The Bridge has several of it’s team members adding content, news and events to our website, if there is something you’d like featured on our website, that is relevant to our audience use the contact us section of the site to get in touch. How secure is any info I give to the Bridge? All contact information and personal data is stored securely and in line with our General Data Protection Regulation policy. Who is responsible for updating information? If a person wants to have their organisation or service added to the Bridge Service Directory, it is up to that individual or organisation to update any information.