AV Trinity are pleased to support the following causes
The Hopsice in the Weald
“The Hospice has long benefitted from the generosity of AVT and its clients. The support from coffee mornings, 1ok runs and more significant donations, means that the patients, families and carers have benefitted even more. We are delighted that AVT continues to enable us to provide outstanding end of life care to those who need it most from across the community we serve. “ Beth Swarbrigg, Fundraising Director
Delivering specialist care through a team of nurses, doctors, nursing assistants, counsellors and other professionals. Caring for people at home through our Hospice in the Home service and our Hospice Day Service as well as our Hospice in-patient ward in Pembury.
The Kit Wilson Trust for Animal Welfare
"The Kit Wilson Trust are delighted that AVT continue to support the animals in our care with various fundraising activities. AVT's former MD Karen Vidler who sadly died in 2016 adopted a wonderful dog from Kit Wilson a number of years ago. The staff at AVT have also demonstrated the same traits as Finn - loyalty, good humour and hardworking! We hope our partnership will continue for many years to come" Trudi Martin at Kit Wilson Trust - April ‘17
From modest beginnings the Trust has grown and in 1986 set up its Animal Rescue Centre in Hadlow Down, East Sussex. As well as the rescue and re-homing work the Trust is also involved in wildlife rehabilitation and runs an emergency helpline. Our very own “staff member”, Finn, is an ex Kit Wilson resident who now lives with Gina who is in charge of Client Services at AV Trinity.
The Pickering Cancer Drop-In Centre
“Thank you all so much for choosing our charity and for the amazing donation of £5,000” Polly at the Pickering Cancer Drop-in Centre – May ‘17
The centre is a self-funding registered charity. It was established by a group of cancer patients, who recognised the need to somewhere to go, to relax and talk with others in a similar situation. The also realised that families, friends and carers needed a place to find information and talk freely, without burdening the patient or each other. The Centre is run entirely by volunteers who give their time as and when they can or on a regular basis. The Centre is an independent charity and we receive no funding from the NHS.