What We Do

The Nikki Waterhouse Trust was set up in February 2015, The charity is devoted to help children under the age 18 who are victims of war, natural disaster or catastrophe.

 

Applications for assistance should be reassured that our brief is a wide one as the charity defines war as: terror attacks, riots and conflicts between factions. The organisation defines a natural disaster as: severe weather conditions causing damage to accommodation or institutions; any natural condition that will or may cause a loss of life or property. The organisation defines a catastrophe as: personal injuries that have a catastrophic effect on an individual’s life and illnesses that have a catastrophic effect on an individual or family life. All applications for support have included at least one of the above criteria and we have been delighted to help. Please read below some of the incredible ways we have helped and if you know someone that needs our help, there is an application form available on the “Contact Us” page.

Brompton House

Brompton House

The Nikki Waterhouse Trust is a charity that was established in 2015 in the memory of Nicole Waterhouse. The Trust not only recently celebrated its birthday, but also donated £500 worth of equipment and furnishings to the Brompton House – The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of health professionals.