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Our focus continues to be upon those most disenfranchised within society, the Meadow Well Estate is consistently in the bottom 1.25% in terms of deprivation, and in terms of income deprivation the Estate is in the bottom 0.3% nationally – our vision is to change this through focussed action.

The Cedarwood Trust is a pastoral care organisation which has grown alongside the community of the Meadow Well Estate to support and encourage cohesion whilst providing a mouthpiece for those most disadvantaged within the community. The Trust has a unique relationship with the residents of the Estate, many of whom see us as a supportive neighbour and part of their daily lives. Within this acceptance, the community allows us to offer a service which is innovative and focussed upon the individual, enhancing their ability to be self determining.

Helping as a Company

  • Sponsor one of the Cedarwood Trusts local services or an event for the community

  • Support us “in kind” by offering services or equipment as gifts or at a discounted rate

  • Encourage staff to take part in corporate fund-raising activities

  • Nominate the Cedarwood Trust as your company charity

  • Set up payroll giving on behalf of the Cedarwood Trust

  • Instead of buying gifts and cards for clients at Christmas, donate the money to the Cedarwood Trust

  • Download our prayer letter and remember us in our work

Help as an Individual

  • Take part in one of our fund-raising activities

  • Make a one-off donation (using Gift Aid increases your gift)

  • Through a Banker’s Order

  • Through payroll giving

  • By doing your online shopping at Give as you Live:

  • By remembering us in your will

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2 weeks ago

Cedarwood Trust

What a week here at the centre.

We welcomed over 150 people to our first ever Cedarwood Panto with our friends at Blowin a Hooley and supported by the Stop Loan Sharks Team. We were delighted to be joined by the fantastic Jimmy Nail who came to view our performance this afternoon.

We have also had our AGM and annual Christmas light switch on which was heavily attended. Stalls, raffle and the big switch on by Kim Tserkezie.

We also say goodbye to our CEO Phil McGrath who leaves for pastures new. Phil has become well know for his passion to promoting a better world on the estate. Through his passion, kind heart, his dedication and his ability to overcome barriers has lead to some amazing work on the estate. We wish him the very best in his new role and thank you for all your hard work.

We welcome Wayne, our incoming CEO who joins the team in January and can’t wait to get started continuing the hard work the trust are dedicated in providing.
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