As a volunteer or a Bevern Friend, you can help make the difference: in the garden, running a coffee morning, or driving the minibus, to name but three...

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All our latest news with links to events and social media, so you can see how our community works together for everyone in our community...

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Working together we can have a real impact for people, often marginalised by society. Its not just the 20 individuals we support at a care home but every member of their family...

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Who we are. Our Mission


The Bevern Trust is a registered charity. We seek to change, progress and improve. We offer love, care, freedom and opportunity allowing profoundly disabled people to get more from life and where care, family and love come first, every day. The Bevern Trust is passionate about releasing people from the expectations others have about disability.

As is our Patron Natasha Kaplinsky, seen here with one of our residents... learn more

Help Support our Causes

We need to raise £12,000 every month and your generosity allows us to support new projects and to maintain the care for people we look after.

Help maintain our care home
Bevern View
Support our new Home Care service
Bevern Care
Volunteer time for The Garden
Help fund the Hydrotherapy Pool
A New kitchen helps with nutrition

Upcoming Events

  1. Uckfield Festval
    July 8 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
  2. Charity Golf Day with Seaford Chamber of Commerce
    September 22 @ 12:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  3. October Charity Fair
    October 10 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

The bevern Trust: Latest News

Lewes Golf Club Captain, John Clark presented a cheque for £2500 to The Bevern Trust. John Clark’s Charity Golf Day was supported by the generosity of members at Lewes Golf Club and will directly support the charity who care for vulnerable people in Sussex with profound disabilities. Chief Executive Jonathan Spencer said, ”As a local charity, we see wonderful acts of kindness and support, but to receive a gift like this from John Clark and Lewes Golf Club is absolutely &hellip read more

Lewes Lions present fundraising cheque for £1500 to The Bevern Trust The Lewes Lions have set the bar high with a number of fundraising events to present a wonderful donation of £1500 for The Bevern Trust. On 8th June, Lions Sid Decaix, Ann and Alan Dunn (pictured below with Chief Executive Jonathan Spencer) visited the Sussex Disability Charity in Barcombe to see exactly how their gift will make a difference to the lives of profoundly disabled people living at Bevern View. Working &hellip read more