Your support in action
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- Our Beneficiaries
Each year we help hundreds of people who are facing extreme difficulties.
Here you can meet some of our beneficiaries who have kindly agreed to be Cavell Nurses' Trust Ambassadors, to help raise awareness of our organisation and the vital work we do.
The Chester family had their lives turned upside down when Alison was diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Susan found herself in despair when financial problems led to the loss of her home
Susan's life was turned upside down
Albert turned his life around with baking and comedy
Crisis in Amy's life almost forced her to end her nursing studies
Rhoda's husband left her deaf and with a diagnosis of HIV after abuse
Ill-health forced Shermin to quit the job she loved
Pamela and her children had nowhere to go
Crippling debt and a coma at Christmas - a retired Nurse's battle to a better life.
No more cold comfort
Getting my life back on track
Michelle T's Story
Learning to adapt
Getting mobile again
Michelle B's story
Crucial support during lifesaving treatment.
Finding a safe place to call home
Back to nursing after a fight with cancer
Feeling empowered again
Vital help, just at the right time
Spinning back to life
Midwifery student Jenny Keys' spent time in both Hyderabad and Tanzania.
Katie used her Scholarship Funding to travel and work in Malaysia
Keira travelled to Australia to experience neonatal nursing care
The other side of Compassionate Care: The role of Nurses in providing dignity and voice, Cusco, Peru
Myra traveled to Australia to experience specialist mental health services for Aboriginal peoples
Aisha travelled to Ghana to learn about health promotion and share best practice
Nada travelled to Ghana to observe the difference in midwifery practice
Deborah travelled to Pittsburgh to experience nurse education in the US
Emma visited Kataru Hospital in Tanzania on a life changing trip
Pearl traveled to Tanzania to study and compare leadership values in nursing
Kerry used her funding for professional development
Hayley travelled to Nepal to experience maternity care
Lucy travelled to Sri Lanka to experience midwifery care
Cara visited the Western Visayas Medical Centre in the Philippines
Jane traveled down under to present at a special midwifery conference