At our home Bevern View, situated between Lewes and Uckfield, we provide 24 hour care to 10 people with profound disabilities and offer respite for a further 4 people and their families.Find out more
Caring for people with a profound disability or highly complex needs at our home Bevern View in Barcombe. The funds we must raise add quality to life and allow more freedom and opportunity to some of the most vulnerable people in our community.Find out more
Our Trustees provide vital governance and support for the teams at Bevern View. As volunteers, their time is given to help set the strategic direction for The Bevern Trust.Find out more
However you choose to get involved, volunteering with The Bevern Trust is incredibly rewarding. From helping in the kitchen, supporting our fundraising events, to driving our minibus - we have the right role for you that works around your other commitments.Find out more
As we increasingly rely on fundraising support from our community, we need more volunteers help ensure all our events raise as much funds as possible, whilst helping to give all the participants a great reason to support The Bevern Trust.Find out more
Help us raise £20,000 in 2019, by attending our special events or setting up a regular giftFind out more
The Bevern Trust is a registered charity. We offer love, care, freedom and opportunity allowing profoundly disabled people to get more from life. The Bevern Trust is passionate about releasing people from the expectations others have about disability.
We need to raise £6,000 every month and your generosity allows us to support new projects and to enhance the care for people we care for.
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Upholding Christian values that demonstrate that everyone should have the opportunity to live life in abundance.
For people to develop and reach their full potential using a caring, holistic and person centred approach.
To make our care home a true home for the residents, one that will be their home for life.
Reaching out to families in East Sussex, caring for people with a profound disability.