The Children’s Trust is home to 1,116 volunteers, who give up their time to support our School, rehab and clinical teams who work directly with the young people and children on site. This Volunteers' Week, 1-7 June, we are taking the opportunity to showcase some of our incredible volunteers and thank them for their efforts.
Volunteering offers a lifeline of support for many charities. People giving up their time not only aids their own personal wellbeing, but also helps charities and their staff deliver their mission and important work, inspiring ideas and opening up further opportunities.
International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world on 12 May, which this year marks 202 years since Florence Nightingale’s birth. At The Children’s Trust, we are really proud to have a team of committed nurses and care workers who dedicate their time to supporting children and young people living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) or neurodisability.
Former BBC News presenter, Nicholas Owen, is calling for keen walkers to lace up their boots and take part in the Surrey Hills Hike on Sunday 20 March.
An impressive selection of the world’s best supercars will be on show this summer, when The Children’s Trust Supercar Event returns to the iconic Goodwood Motor Circuit on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 July 2022.
Adam Hills MBE dropped into The Comedy Store in Soho, London, earlier this week to host ‘The Children’s Trust Chortle’, a fundraising comedy night in aid of the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.
From hosting events to supporting fundraising appeals, celebrity ambassadors are key to driving awareness and engagement for a charity.
Christmas came early on Tuesday 14 December for young people at The Children’s Trust when a convoy of supercars, including a McLaren 675LT and Lamborghini Diablo SV paid them a special visit ahead of The Supercar Event 2022.
15-year-old Spike is looking forward to a very special Christmas at home this year, after spending much of 2021 recovering from a life-changing brain injury.
The Government has formally confirmed plans to develop an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) strategy which will ensure better support for those living with ABI.