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£10 funds a support session
£500 funds a volunteer for a year

Our Sponsors

Our sponsors support us in a number of ways. Some make grants, others donate products or services and some give staff time – all assistance is gratefully received and allows us to support people in need.

Below is a list of some of our sponsors. By clicking on the links you can see the products or services they offer. However, this does not in any way infer that the RVT recommends either their products or services.

Large Big Lottery Fund logoThe Big Lottery Fund have supported the Road Victims Trust https://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/
Layout 1Having served the local community as funeral directors for nearly 200 years, we understand the devastating impact that a sudden bereavement can have on both immediate and extended family. Access to the right support at the right time is vital, which is why we are so proud to support the outstanding work that the Road Victim’s Trust carry out in our community. http://www.abbott-funerals.co.uk/
The Bedfordia Group have supported the Road Victims Trust since its launch, this assistance ranges from providing day-to-day HR advice and payroll management through to provision of prizes for Trust events.http://www.bedfordia.co.uk/
The Bedfordshire Police Partnership Trust has provided a grant to help the Road Victims Trust to improve the support it offers to children and young people.http://www.bedspolicepartnership.org/
The Panacea Society supports recognised local organisations in Bedford dealing with the relief of sickness.http://panaceatrust.org/
The Harpur Trust (Bedford Charity) is supporting the Road Victims Trust with a 3 year grant to help fund service delivery in the borough of Bedford.http://www.harpurtrust.org.uk/
Grant Palmer is delighted to support the Road Victims Trust.http://www.grantpalmer.com//
Funded by the Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation's Panacea Fund.http://www.blcf.org.uk/
PrintSince December 2014 Fire Safety Services have been assisting Road Victims Trust to provide complimentary management and marketing consultancy in order to help raise awareness of this extremely valuable local charity. http://firesafetyservices.co.uK /
The Road Victims Trust are delighted to be supported by Experience Days. The provision of a £50 voucher to support the fundraising efforts of Helen Burgin is very much appreciated. Experience Days provide a range of experiences to suit everyone. http://www.experiencedays.co.uk/
Candis magazine have been the Road Victim Trust charity champion in the Big Give Christmas Challenge every year it has taken part, matching funds raised during an online campaign.http://www.candis.co.uk/
The Cooperative Community Fund has made a donation to help the RVT extend its services to include Children and Young People, http://www.co-operative.coop/membership/local-communities/community-fund/
The Wixamtree Trust is a long standing supporter of the work of the Road Victims Trust having made a number of grants.http://www.wixamtree.org/
The Road Victims Trust has secured funding from BBC Children in Need from February 2013 for 3 years to support the expansion of its services to support individual children and young people as well as enhance its service to family groups.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b008dk4b
Elms Direct are please to support the Road Victims Trust with sponsorship for events.http://www.elmsdirect.com/
The Bedfordshire Business Women network have chosen Road Victims Trust as their charity of the year from Septmebr 2012 to September 2013. Monthly events help raise funds for the RVT.http://www.beds-businesswomen.org/
ridgeonslogoRidgeons helped by providing a grant to cover the expenses of a Counselling Volunteer in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.

http://www.ridgeons.co.uk/
CCF-support from - smallCambridgeshire Community Foundation has helped by providing a grant to cover the expenses of a Counselling Volunteer in Cambridgeshire.http://www.cambscf.org.uk/