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Volunteering and coronavirus: How you can help

Trusted Charity case studies

London Gypsies & Travellers aim to support Gypsies and Travellers in London as they seek to gain greater control over their lives, more influence on the decisions that affect them, more opportunities and an end to discrimination they experience every day.

'Trusted Charity has really helped to nail our internal operations, so that we can continue to deliver our outward facing services at the highest possible levels.'

In this case study, admin and operations support Richard Lush tells us about their Trusted Charity journey, and how a small organisation has achieved the Quality Mark for the third time and managed to implement the standards into the way the organisation runs.

Deptherapy seek to rehabilitate UK Armed Services’ veterans who have suffered life changing mental and/or physical challenges through the medium of specially designed, adaptive scuba-diving teaching courses. They also provide 24/7 support to programme members who need support. They are acknowledged as the world leaders in adaptive scuba diving techniques and their advice is sought after across the globe.

While originally set up to safeguard the needs of the Irish residents in Luton, Luton Irish Forum is now a truly representative community organisation serving Luton’s diverse vulnerable and socially excluded people. Their activities and events which promote health and wellbeing, improve quality of life and increase social inclusion are accessed thousands of times annually.

The Race Equality Centre (TREC) has been in existence in Leicester since 1967 and its vision is for a racially just, fair and equitable society. TREC’s mission is to challenge racial discrimination, promote the benefits of a racially just society and empower individuals and communities affected by racial disadvantage.

Carers of West Lothian provides a range of services to vulnerable people caring for a family member or friend, from the provision of relevant information and emotional support, to facilitating peer support groups, individual counselling sessions, therapeutic interventions, and social opportunities or time out from their caring role.

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