Nibley Festival is a non-profiting making event, run by volunteers. Our mission is to not only put on a fantastic, unforgettable event, but also to raise money for local causes that need support.
We also choose one main charity partner each year, and in 2019 we were delighted to support the Julian Trust who run an emergency night shelter in central Bristol for homeless people and rough sleepers.  
In 2019 around £54,443 was raised at the festival - bringing the total raised since the festival began in 2007 to £324,728!
Here is a list of the causes we were pleased to support in 2019, thanks to all our festival goers:

Gloucestershire Bundles

Stroud Valleys Project Ltd

Synwell Playing Field

Goals Beyond Grass

Kingswood School Association

Bridge Foundation - Charitable Work: Bridge in Schools (BIS)

Cam Hopton Association

Thirlestaine Breast Centre

Cotswold Tyndale Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Cotswold Tyndale

Wotton under Edge Arts Association

Edinburgh Direct Aid

Wickwar Wanderers Football Club

Longfield Hospice

Wotton Blues Festival

North Nibley Congregational Chapel

St. Martin's Church, North Nibley

Gloucestershire Disability Cricket Team

PARCS (Play Area Regeneration Committee of Slimbridge)

Rory's Well

Wotton Silver Band - Beginners Band

Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporter's Network

North Nibley Community Hub

North Nibley Village Hall

Gloucester and District Samaritans

Sealed Knot

Gloucester and District Samaritans

North Nibley PreSchool

On The Edge


Other beneficiaries, for their participation and involvement in the festival, include:  Friends Of North Nibley School, Nibley Churches Together, North Nibley Football Club, North Nibley Preschool, North Nibley Recreation Field, Pied Piper Appeal, WUE Round Table, RNLI, Wotton Rovers, Blue Coat PTA, Cotswold Tyndale Rotary Club, W-U-E Hockey Club, Wotton Rugby Club, 1st Cam Scout Group and Berkeley Scouts, The Sealed Knot, Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters’ Network.