Trinity Winchester’s Eating Disorder group will be welcoming two speakers to their meeting on 19th July to share their stories of recovery. Trinity runs two monthly groups, one for those struggling with an eating disorder, and a support group for friends and family. This event will see the two groups come together to hear how other people have overcome their eating disorders, and how to prevent and cope with relapse. (more…)
On 28th May, Lynne Shepherd, who has previously volunteered for Trinity, raised a total of £1055 for the charity by completing the ultimate challenge of a tandem skydive with GoSkydive, the UK’s premier tandem skydive specialist. (more…)
Trinity Winchester’s unique fundraising event, the Big Sleep Out, has raised over £30,000 to date. On Friday 5th May, 200 people bedded down in the grounds of the iconic Winchester Cathedral to raise funds and awareness for local homelessness charity Trinity Winchester. Participants built themselves cardboard shelters to sleep in and raised sponsorship for taking on the challenge of sleeping outside for the night. (more…)
Thanks to everybody who joined us for the Big Sleep Out on Friday 5th May in the grounds of Winchester Cathedral. To all who slept out, visited for the evening, sponsored participants or helped run the event – thank you for making it! We are still counting up the money raised and will release a figure soon, for now take a look back at the photos taken and re-live the night spent under the stars! (more…)
Trinity are delighted to announce a life-changing donation of £500,000, from the DEFLOG VQ Trust. It’s an incredibly generous sum which will enable us to expand and develop our work at a time when demand for our services is increasing and funding is becoming more difficult to secure. (more…)
We need your help to raise awareness of homelessness – in and around your workplace, school, university, neighbourhood, sports club….
Take a look at some ideas to get people together on this issue, and to raise some money for Trinity’s work with homeless and vulnerable people too.