Join us for our "Walk on the Wild Side" event, which takes place on Monday 17th April (Easter Monday), between 10.30am and 3.30pm. This free event will include a farmers market, craft fair stalls, children's fun-fair, a family friendly woodland walk, chain-saw carving, archery and The Leeds Castle Falconry Team will be coming along.
Through recovery, resettlement and reintegration programmes, we work with individuals who have been affected by alcohol and drug dependence.
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What we do at Kenward
Every year our specialist teams provide care and support to an average of 200 men and women affected by alcohol and drug dependence. Our work is critical in helping individuals to transform their life away from substance misuse.
Life after prison
We are committed to reducing re-offending: providing support, guidance and sanctuary to those facing disadvantage & discrimination.
We have developed many activities to improve social interaction, aid personal development and help with the acquisition of new skills and qualifications. Kenward Trust currently has four social enterprises; Kenward Garden & Craft, Charitique charity shop, Sage & Time cafe and Conference centre.
Volunteering at Kenward is hugely rewarding. Opportunities include gardening, helping us sell our produce, sport, arts and crafts, life skills, admin support and much more.
We depend greatly on our supporters. As a Kenward Trust fundraiser, there are many ways you can help us raise vital income.
Do something amazing today – take on a challenge event, raise money and save lives. Please click here to see David Philpott, Chief Executive of Kenward Trust inviting you to take part in a challenge event this May, to climb one of North Africa's highest mountains "Mount Toubkal" in support of the Kenward Trust.