Thank you for visiting our site. The Epiphany
Trust is comprised of:
Emergency aid was just the start. Our story is one of twenty years of involvement and commitment which began with the Romanian orphanage crisis of 1990. At first it was trucks which travelled to Romania filled with clothes, toys and medical supplies. These were swiftly followed by more long-term projects, such as building and education. From Romania, the work spread to other countries and parts of the world, so that we now have projects in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, India, Albania and on the Thai/Burmese border...more>>
Chrysalis Holidays offers residential breaks
in a variety of beautiful parts of Britain for people with learning
difficulties. Because Chrysalis understands the needs of clients
and the dedication of their families, care and supervision are
tailored to particular needs on a minimum of a one-to-three
basis. Experienced leaders and carers are at hand 24 hours a
day to deal with any eventuality, and to make sure that - most
important of all - everyone enjoys the break... more>>
In recent years the Trust's education work has developed at a pace not least thanks to our partnership with the Las Casas Institute at Blackfriars Hall in Oxford University. more>>
Arfor", The Epiphany Centre, is a small 3-star country guest
house which belongs to the Epiphany Trust. Located in Amlwch,
Anglesey, North Wales, it is used by Chrysalis Holidays - providing
educational breaks for the learning disabled along with respite
for carers. more>>
The Epiphany Trust Ethos...
The Epiphany Trust is a legally constituted charity dedicated to helping others, regardless of race, creed or culture. We support those in need by aid and by education and we also encourage groups and individuals wishing to initiate or continue their own projects. Where appropriate, we work with local partner organisations, with the long-term aim of establishing self-sufficiency.
The Trust seeks in particular, though not exclusively, to serve the needs of disabled or disadvantaged children and young people, by means of material aid and by assisting the adults who serve them. It also encourages and works alongside political and educational organisations working for the good of others.