Darren Jones, Labour MP for Bristol North West, has launched a Charitable Trust to benefit young people across the constituency.
Darren grew up on Henacre in Lawrence Weston – and that street is now the inspiration behind this Trust.
What is The Henacre Trust?
The Henacre Trust is a Bristol-based charity that believes that poverty shouldn’t stop children from achieving. Poverty is destructive and no child should have to experience it, and with over 20,000 children living in poverty Bristol, it’s time we do something.
The Henacre Trust will support local charitable activity where a small amount of funding can make a big difference. Whether this is making block grants to local charities, debt advice organisations and community projects for them to distribute or to parents and carers, who need assistance to pay for school uniforms; shoes; books; and other equipment needed for school work.
The Henacre Trust is being administered by the great team at the Quartet Community Foundation.
Quartet Community Foundation – Registered Charity Number (1080418)
How to donate:
- Online: when asked “Where would you like your donation to go” please select Henacre Charitable Fund from the dropdown list.
- Cheques: Payable to Quartet Community Foundation. Please write Henacre Charitable Fund on the back of the cheque. Post to Quartet Community Foundation, Royal Oak House, Royal Oak Avenue, Bristol BS1 4GB.
- Bank transfer to: Please quote your name and “Henacre Charitable Fund”
Bank – Bank of Scotland
Sort code – 12 05 77
Account Number 06004700
- Standing order: Anyone who would like to set-up a regular donation can contact email@example.com and they will set this up with you.
You can use Gift Aid to boost your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate – simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Gift Aid claim form. As long as you’re a UK tax payer, simply fill in the form, return it to Quartet and they will do the rest.
Quartet Community Foundation – Registered Charity Number: 1080418