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Our Funders

Trust House Reading would like to thank all of our supporters and everyone who kindly fundraises on our behalf. In particular, we would like to mention:


  Trust House Reading provides the SARC (Sexual Assault Referral Centre) counselling services for the Thames Valley area (funded by the NHS) which provides professional and confidential counselling to women,  men and children affected by rape and sexual abuse within Thames Valley. This includes those who have accessed the SARC, Paediatric Sexual Assault Services (SAS) or those who have had contact with Specially Trained Police Officers (or equivalent) or Independent Sexual Violence Advisers (ISVAs).


rag-reading1   Reading RAG who raised an amazing £3238.33 by organising a variety of fundraising events such as posing for a calendar, getting lost in Warwick and consuming A LOT of doughnuts!


tesco3   Tesco Reading West who allowed our volunteers to fundraise in their store on Saturday 20th Feb and Sunday 21st February 2016 and raised £625.19!


The Ashworth Charitable Trust (Registered Charity No. 1045492) who kindly gave us £3,000 in order to fund the costs of childcare, transportation and translation that prevent some people from being able to access our services. This funding has meant anyone can access counselling or ISVA support regardless of their situation.


moj-logo     The Ministry of Justice who continue to show their support for Trust House Reading and the services we provide.


Pubs which participated in our annual fancy dress pub crawl in April and allowed fundraisers to frequent premises or place a bucket and raise funds for THR including O’Neills, Walkabout, Iguana Bar, Speakeasy, Zero Degrees, Yates, The Monk’s Retreat, The Hope Tap, The Three Guineas, Packhorse, Pitcher and Piano, Global Café.


thamesvalley-pcc    The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley who has provided funding to help with the continuation of our core services.


west-berkshire-council1    West Berkshire Council who have not only supported us with funding but have also worked closely with us on our ‘Elephant in the Room’ campaign which was held in Newbury this year.


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