Valerie Taylor Trust

The Valerie Taylor Trust (VTT) is the UK support organisation for CRP. It is active throughout all parts of the UK, running a wide range of fundraising events as well as helping to recruit and support volunteers for CRP. Over the last 3 years VTT has raised over £300,000 to support Valerie's work in Bangladesh. VTT is a registered charity in England and Wales (charity number 1122245) and therefore its work is monitored by the Charity Commission. Its charity status also means that it benefits from the UK's Gift Aid scheme which enables it to reclaim tax paid on personal donations.  More details about VTT can be found at www.valerietaylortrust.org or by contacting the Administrator: Brian Woodgate, VTT Administrator, 4 Wilberforce Road, Coxheath, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4HA  01622 743011  Brian4VTT@aol.com or Wendy Best ( wendy@wendybest.co.uk).

Become a Member Please consider helping the very poor disabled patients and their families by joining the Valerie Taylor Trust. Membership is £2 per month (minimum). If paid by standing order VTT receives a guaranteed income.  However you don’t need to be a member to donate.  The Trust is run entirely by volunteers so the charity running costs are extremely low.  Funds are raised by a network of volunteers throughout the country. We aim to send £100,000 per year to CRP.

Fundraising Could you hold an event? VTT has DVDs to loan, a large laminated photo display, leaflets and newsletters to give out, but most interesting of all for an audience are your own recollections of CRP and Bangladesh.   Please help in whatever way you can.

Donations are gratefully received at the following bank account:

Name of account: Valerie Taylor Trust Registered Charity 1122245

Account Number: 31225227

Bank Name: HSBC

Address & Post Code of Bank: 110 High Street, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1DP

IBAN: GB96HBUK40282931225227

Bank BIC: (BIC8) HBUKGB4B

Bank BIC: (BIC11) HBUKGB4138G

Sortcode: 402829

 

VTT Newsletter and Website Articles for our Newsletters and web site are always welcome.

For more information visit the Valerie Taylor Trust website.