HearSay Charitable Trust is happy to announce that it was recently awarded a Covid-19 grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to help counselling services to continue during these difficult times.
On behalf of all the Trustees, Counsellors, Volunteers and clients we would like to say a huge thank you for this generous grant.
A massive thank you to all those who kindly donated during our street collection on World Mental Health Day Saturday 10th October 2020.
Thanks to your generosity HearSay collected £210.07 which will help support the continued counselling service during these difficult times.
Our thanks also goes to LCP Properties who own Mid Kent Shopping Centre, Allington and to Maidstone Borough Council who granted the necessary permit for the street collection.
This will be the first ever street collection for HearSay.
The day in question is World Mental Health Day and we shall be collecting in Week Street and Earl Street in Maidstone and at the Mid Kent Shopping Centre, Allington. Thanks to all those who have volunteered on the day.
All volunteers will be compliant with current Covid-19 measures so please come along. Say hello, find out more about our services and please give a donation.
HearSay will be moving in to a dedicated counselling room from the 1st of October 2020 in the Maidstone Community Support Centre located at 39-48, Marsham Street, Maidstone, ME14 1HH.
Thanks should be extended to the staff at MCSC who have been very helpful an, a huge thank you must also be extended to Gullands Solicitors in Mill Street who have supported HearSay providing us with a counselling room for many years.
Congratulations to Diane O’Hara who has successfully completed her IOSH Managing Health and Safety course with Phoenix health & safety.
Diane volunteered to complete the course and become Health & Safety representative for HearSay.
Fellow trustee Nellie Adjaye also volunteered to take on the role of Safeguarding Officer which Diane previously administered. A massive thank you to both of you.
HearSay Charitable Trustees pictured above received a cheque for the sum of £3,855.00 from the Chairlady of Sutton Valence Choral Society, Jane Hill after a Christmas Concert at Sutton Valence School on the evening of Monday 16th December 2019. HearSay Charitable Trust was the Choral Societies chosen charity for 2019. With this generous donation HearSay can further develop it services to the community.
HearSay Charitable Trust based in Maidstone provides a service to support children, families or individuals through counselling and psychotherapy.
The service aims to help address difficulties that can arise from a range of impairing conditions such as psychological, mental health, behavioural, emotional problems and difficulties that could arise from A.D.H.D and the Autistic Spectrum.
Sutton Valence Choral Society exists to share the pleasure of music through at least 3 annual concerts with an open membership and weekly rehearsals.
Special thanks should also be extended to Bryan Gipps – Music Director and all the Society members for their zeal in donating to HearSay Charitable Trust this year.