When nurses and midwives suffer hardship, Cavell Nurses’ Trust gives help.
Cavell Nurses’ Trust is the charity supporting UK nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants, both working and retired, when they’re suffering personal or financial hardship often due to illness, disability, older age, domestic abuse and the impact of coronavirus.
Your donation will offer life-changing help to nursing and midwifery professionals and their families facing a personal or financial crisis right now.
How Your Money Helps
From simple, essential support like money to repair a broken cooker or boiler, to vital life-changing aid like helping a family flee their home due to domestic abuse, Cavell Nurses’ Trust is here to help.
Your donation will help nursing and midwifery professionals get back on their feet in times of crisis and every day we’re encouraged by seeing the difference this help can make.
“To know that there is a charity supporting nursing professionals is such a relief. We’ve tried social services, and other organisations and sometimes you think there is nowhere to turn. So it makes a huge difference to know that Cavell Nurses’ Trust is there.”
Retired Nurse Tracey
Can help to buy a new boiler for a retired midwife facing a cold winter.
Can help cover essential bills for a healthcare assistant facing long-term illness.
Can help to buy emergency items for a nurse and their family fleeing domestic abuse.
“Often as nurses we give far more to other people’s families than we do our own, so the fact that there’s an organisation wanting to give back to us and support us is amazing.”
Giving In Memory
If you are donating in memory of a family member or friend, please visit our specific In Memory page.
Here you will be able to create a personalised tribute to your loved one and share a unique weblink to friends and family who can donate will be able to donate in one place. You will also be able to create personal messages as well as upload photographs.
Our Fundraising Pledge
The charity adheres to the Fundraising Code of Practice formerly administered by the Fundraising Standards Board, and now regulated by the Fundraising Regulator. The charity is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and at all times the charity complies with this guidance.