Edward Harvist Trust works to improve the quality of life for local people, especially within the City of Westminster. They support the elderly and disadvantaged residents, relief the distress and sickness, and any other charitable purpose.

We are grateful to Edward Harvist Trust for their contribution to our charity to help aid adults who have an acquired brain injury (ABI). Through their help, we can run social events and workshops to give adults who have an ABI the opportunity to develop the skills and confidence they need to live life to the full. We will be able to offer sessions that will develop the skills of adults with an ABI through surrounding the adults with an ABI with people who understand the journey they have experienced. Thanks to Edward Harvist Trust, adults with an ABI can regularly attend our new activities as their travel expenses will be covered. The activities they will be involved in include learning how to play a musical instrument (ukulele, piano or guitar) or get involved with creative writing, which will enhance their abilities for their greater good.

Therefore, through the help of Edward Harvist Trust, we can encourage adults with an ABI to attend the new activities that will promote social collaboration and the confidence to achieve their longer-term goals.

Read more about Edward Harvist Trust at https://www.westminster.gov.uk/edward-harvist-trust.