Fourseventy Media are very proud to introduce their new working partners, Edward’s Trust.
For the coming year, in order to help promote the important services Edward’s Trust provides, Fourseventy Media have agreed to offer their services and expertise free of charge to allow the organisation to focus on what it does best.
Birmingham based charity Edward’s Trust offer a wide range of services and support to bereaved families and children.
They offer support and counselling for anyone affected by the death of a child. This can be a parent affected by the death of their own child, as well as offering support and counselling for children aged 4-18 who has lost a sibling, parent of significant carer.
Edward’s Trust also offers pre-death support for people in the Midlands. They enable people, with their help and guidance, to deal with the terminal illness of a loved one. Edward’s Trust understands that comfort and support is most important to those in their greatest time of need and sadness.
Chris Williams, co-founder of Fourseventy Media said “It has always been our goal when starting the company to give back to the local community. We couldn’t think of a more worthwhile cause than the Edward’s Trust.”
His colleague and fellow co-founder Steve Thornton added, “When we went to visit Edward’s Trust, we were taken back by the amount that they did and achieved with the little resources and people they had available. Hopefully, with our help, we can help them achieve a lot more.”
Work has already begun and Fourseventy Media are excited to start raising awareness of the charity over the coming months.
Edward’s Trust offers a wide range of training, support and counselling for people within the West Midlands, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire area.
For more information about Edward’s Trust, click here.