Trinity Winchester has been given a further £10,000 donation from The LCP Foundation to support its emergency work during the Coronavirus Health Crisis.
Throughout the lockdown period, Trinity Winchester has been supporting all rough sleepers in emergency accommodation and those who are vulnerable across the city. The charity provides upwards of 135 nutritious meals a day, makes regular well-being calls to those experiencing emotional distress and isolation, offers counselling to support vulnerable women, provides GP appointments over the phone and distance
learning to people in their homes.
Sue McKenna, Trinity’s CEO says:
LCP is a fantastic supporter of Trinity! In addition to funding us through the LCP Foundation, LCP’s people cook in our kitchen, donate IT equipment, raise money individually which is matched by the company, help to maintain our day centre and garden and mentor clients in our job clubs to get back into employment. We can’t wait to welcome the team back, after lockdown ends.
Gary Rayner, Consultant at Lane Clark and Peacock says:
The LCP Foundation is very proud of our partnership with Trinity and are delighted to be able to support the important work they do in our local community. It is impressive to see how they have managed to continue this important work during lockdown and we hope this donation can help you to provide these services.
Trinity is a charity providing support to homeless and vulnerable people in Winchester and the surrounding area. The charity operates from a day centre in central Winchester, offering practical and emotional support to help people out of homelessness and ready to move on to independent living and into employment.