We helped as disabled pensioner buy a new wheelchair. The wife of the wheelchair user had been struggling with a 10 year old second-hand wheel chair purchased from the Red Cross.
The resident later t…Continue Reading
In late 2017 we gave money to two Whitnash Guides who have been selected to represent Warwickshire at an international camp being held in Iceland in August 2018. They each have to raise £700 in order …Continue Reading
Whitnash Town Council were planning to enhance the War Memorial as part of WW1 commemorations.
They approached the Whitnash Charitable Trust to help funding for a new paved area around the edge of th…Continue Reading
James' parents wrote to us requesting financial assistance towards personal protective equipment he would need for the Foundation Degree in Arboriculture he had started at Moreton Morrell. We are plea…Continue Reading
We recently gave a grant to Whitnash Tennis Club to help them with the cost of a professional tennis coach to provide 10 free weeks of training to juniors in the Whitnash area between 5 and 10 years. …Continue Reading
In 2011, our successful local football was expanding and needed new football shirts for one of their teams. A grant from the Whitnash Charitable Trust helped them purchase new kitContinue Reading
In 2012, the Friends of Acre Close were planning a revamp to the play equipment, they managed to raise tens of thousands of pounds to make this happen. They just needed a few hundreds pounds to add a …Continue Reading
In 2012, a local, but active resident of a local care home needed help to fund the repair to her mobility scooter, so that she could continue to get around to visit the shops and her friends.
We dona…Continue Reading
A family with a disabled child needed some specialist counselling to help them cope with their situation. We gave a grant to enable them to have counselling.Continue Reading