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…)
The Big Sleep Out 2017 raised over £35,000 for services for homeless and vulnerable people – but what difference can this really make?
As an example, this is what £35,000 could pay for… (more…)
Trinity Winchester is set to receive a grant of £4,500 from the Denplan Community Fund to pay for gas and electricity costs for the drop in day centre, women’s service and early morning outreach programme for 6 months. Trinity works with over 600 people every year from their base at Bradbury House in central Winchester, through a wide range of services for homeless and other vulnerable people. (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…)
Lou was married for over 20 years, but lived in fear every day because of the abuse of her husband. In 2013, Lou made the brave decision to leave; she packed as much as she could and fled. After an abusive threat from her ex-husband, she went to the police to report him. It was here that Lou first heard about Trinity Women’s Services, and the support available for victims of domestic abuse. (more…)
On Wednesday 26th April 2017, Tillison Consulting, a Waterlooville-based digital marketing agency and Town or Country, a business providing serviced Southampton accommodation, hosted a curry business event and raised £176 for Trinity Winchester. (more…)