Evelyn Trust News
A lifeline of fun and laughter in lockdown
The Laughter Specialists are providing a lifeline for seriously ill and disabled children and their families through comedy and laughter therapy in lockdown.
£200,000 for health and wellbeing projects
The funds are aimed at Cambridgeshire charities that need support for their vital health and wellbeing services following an income drop during the COVID-19...
Rapid community response bears fruit
Eight community-based health and wellbeing projects were chosen for a £5,000 emergency grant from the rapid pandemic response fund announced back in March.
Bioresource now revealing insights into COVID-19
Trustees are excited by the potential of the work of Professor Ken Smith, an expert in immune regulation and his group based at CITIID.
Peer support for the hard-pressed doctors of Addenbrooke’s
With funds set aside to support the mental health of NHS professionals, the Evelyn Trust agreed to part-fund the new ‘Doctors-for-Doctors’ project at...
New management team on the starting blocks at the Evelyn Trust
The Evelyn Trust is delighted to announce that Rebecca and Nigel Wood have been appointed charity director designate and grants coordinator designate.
Rapid response to challenge of COVID-19
To help with the rapid response to COVID-19, the Evelyn Trust has made an urgent call for projects that could contribute to the national and local effort ...
Michelle Linterman (fourth from left) and her research team
Exploring responses to vaccination in older people
Dr Michelle Linterman and her research team explore the poor response to flu vaccination in older people. Read more ...
Cambridgeshire Hearing Help focus group
Fighting against the impact of hearing loss
Cambridgeshire Hearing Help fights against the impact of hearing loss. Read more ...