Get involved Why support us Support us As an independent charity, we receive less than a third of our funding from the government, so we rely on the generosity of our supporters to continue our work. We must raise £9 million every year to ensure we can provide our services free of charge to people with life-limiting ilnesses and their loved ones in our community. We are a small, local charity – our main costs are our staff, including our specialist multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists and social workers who provide front line care and support to patients, their families and carers. You can support Trinity any way you choose, and our team of fundraisers can help and advise you every step of the way. Here are just a few ways you can support us• Make a donation or set up a direct debit• Get involved in one of Trinity’s events throughout the year• Hold your own event• Get your school, community group or business involved• Take part in a challenge like a marathon or a skydive• Set up a Magnolia Tribute Fund in memory of a loved one• Donate a prize to one of our events• Include a gift to Trinity in your WillDon’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter and sign up to receive our Newsletters or ebulletins and be kept up-to-date with all of our latest news and events To find out more or discuss your own fundraising ideas, please call the fundraising team on 020 7787 1088 or by email. What your donations will help us to fund• £8 will help fund one day's worth of art equipment• £25 will help fund garden maintainence for one day• £50 will help fund a clothing kit for a Trinity Community Nurse• £100 will help fund the training of a Trinity volunteer, who will provide practical help and emotional support to patients in their own home• £150 will help fund 2 weeks worth of clinical disposables for one of our nurses working in the community• £200 will help fund one day of expert nursing care• £750 will help fund a syringe driver, providing continuous, effective pain relief• £1,000 will help fund a week of physiotherapy to help our patients maintain their strength, mobility and independence• £2,500 will help fund sponsor a Trinity Community Nurse for 2 weeks In response to the recent Cross Party Review of Fundraising Report by Sir Stuart Etherington, we have produced our very own Trinity Donor Charter. We hope that this document will help our existing donors and potential donors feel assured that as an organisation we strive to live up to the very highest standards in everything that we do and that we take our responsibility towards our donors extremely seriously at all times. Thank you to everyone who has already supported Trinity – we simply could not exist without your continued generosity.