Trinity is recognised as a vibrant cultural hub situated in the heart of Tunbridge Wells, offering a varied seasonal programme, inspiring all age groups with their vision on enriching lives and promoting cultural togetherness. Established as an Arts Hub in 1982, their programme continues to focus firmly on engaging the wider community in shared artistic experiences that support both the younger and older population in life-enhancing and life-changing activities – all with a sense of fun.
Within the Trinity community, is a thriving and passionate Youth programme which offers creative weekly workshops and full-scale stage productions for children in years 1-13. This environment is fun and inclusive and encourages young people to make new friends, develop confidence and new skills, whilst putting on a fabulous show! Wiser Safety are a proud Corporate Partner for Trinity Youth Theatre and the fantastic work it does for the young community.
If you wish to support or partner with Trinity Theatre, please contact them here.
The MS Society is a national charity that we like to support as everything that they do is made possible by fundraising, donations and legacies. Wiser Safety’s support and services means that the charity can provide information, support and advice to people living locally with MS.
We mostly work with Diana Armstrong-Wilson who is the Chairperson for Tunbridge Wells & District Group, through our BNI Network. Diana and her team support MS people through fundraising so that they can meet others with similar issues at coffee mornings, social events and lunches. The group also funds an advice line for disability / benefit claims, exercise classes and also assists with transport arrangements for the more disabled members of the group. If you would like to find out more about this wonderful group or make a donation locally, please contact Diana on 07876 452170.
If you wish to make a donation towards MS research, please click here
Jay Harmer Foundation is an organisation that we have chosen to support because one of the fundraising events that run to raise money for amazing children’s cancer charities. The foundation wants these events to be fun-filled activities and events whilst the main aim is to raise that money. The money they raise provides charities with much-needed gifts and equipment. Every year since 2018 they have spent around £1,000 on gifts for The Royal Marsden and other hospitals for children that have to spend Christmas in hospital.