The Iveagh Trust

Founded by Edward Cecil Guinness in 1890, the Iveagh Trust is the oldest housing charity in Ireland, making a difference to families in need. Today, the Trust provides over 1,640 homes around Dublin, offering a range of housing options to families, elders and people experiencing homelessness.

Last Christmas, thanks to our NoteWorthy guests, the Iveagh Trust was able to distribute food hampers to families in need, update WIFI routers in homeless shelters in Dublin and give support packs to women victims of domestic abuse.

“Working with NoteWorthy to create exclusive behind the scenes experiences that bring Ireland to life, brings much needed funds to the Trust.” Chairman of the Board of Trustees

The Prince Philip Trust Fund

Established in 1977 to fund projects and people in the communities of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, the Prince Philip Trust Fund provides particular focus on support towards disability, health, the elderly, families, children and young people, those in social need and the arts.

Since its inception, it has supported over 2,000 causes and distributed almost £2.5 million in grants.  Thanks to NoteWorthy clients, we have helped the fund support disadvantaged families and children, creating new community spaces and establishing programmes that aim to reduce social isolation.

Windsor Festival

Founded in 1969, the Windsor Festival aims to inspire the next generation of artistic talent and creativity through a series of events hosted by the world’s finest musicians, writers, artists and local performers.

Every year the festival brings world-class events to audiences, supports emerging talent, and delivers their community activities and educational Schools’ Programme in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

Women’s Aid

Nicola Butler, Owner and Managing Director of NoteWorthy, has personal connections with the local charity Women’s Aid, which gives our clients the chance to support those in need in the south London area.

Women’s Aid aims to empower anyone suffering domestic abuse so they can make informed choices about their future, supporting them in gaining the confidence, strength and self-respect needed to free themselves from abusive relationships.

One of the ways in which the charity achieves this is by raising funds for days out and activities for women and children in refuge to heal together, create happy memories, feel less isolated and gain self-confidence.

St George’s Society of New York

NoteWorthy holds personal connections with the New York based St George’s Society and regularly contributes to their auction events and initiatives with tours and experiences.

Established in 1770, St George’s Society of New York provides vital assistance for people in need in New York. Their aim is to create a social outlet that cultivates a sense of belonging and celebrates their uniquely British roots, while supporting philanthropic purposes.

Learn more about the experiences you can include in your itinerary to support these charities.


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