The Nelson Trust is busy fundraising to support its work, helping people who have suffered addiction and women and girls with multiple needs through its three dedicated women’s centres.
The trust has a wide array of items in its online auctions to raise money for the charity. These include shooting experiences and lessons, a BMW driving experience, golf four balls to include Andrew Lincoln and Tony Adams, afternoon teas, days out, an exclusive tour of the House of Lords, holidays and even a unique tour of a double bass workshop.
At the charity’s shoot fundraiser on August 4, there are currently 12 lots. These include holidays, shooting experiences, a visit to Chateau Lafite, a champagne showing of ‘Rogue Heroes’ hosted by Steven Knight and a visit to Kim Bailey’s Racing Stables.
Bidding for the lots being featured at the shoot dinner will close at noon on August 4. Other lots linked to the shoot will close on August 5. Final bids for items related to the golf day will be on September 2.
For all auction items please follow this link: www.nelsontrust.com/charity-auction Any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org’
Sophie Duggan, of the trust, said: “At The Nelson Trust we strongly believe that every person who comes through our doors can overcome addiction and trauma, put their best foot forward and leave their past behind through lifelong recovery. Our care, support, and encouragement have helped thousands of women in and around the South West to change and improve the quality of their lives.
“We provide this support through a range of avenues with our trauma-informed approach to recovery, including, but not limited to, women’s community services at our Women’s Centres, residential treatment in our houses, and training through our Hub Enterprises.
“However, to provide this support we rely on donations and fundraising. There are so many special ways that our supporters play a vital role in the work we do and every penny really does count.”