When Hollie Gazzard was horrifically murdered in February 2014, her family wanted something positive to come out of their tragic loss. Hollie’s passion for hairdressing led her parents, Nick and Mandy, alongside her sister, Chloe, to form the Trust in order to give opportunities to others that she had been fortunate to have. An application was made to the Charity Commission in April that same year and the Hollie Gazzard Trust, a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) was created.
While Hollie’s family are still devastated by her untimely death, and unable to change the events of that fateful day, they hope that the funds raised through HGT will help others find a better future and reach their potential. The Trust relies on the generosity of the individuals and companies that support it and hold a number of official fundraising initiatives each year.
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The official charitable objectives of HGT are:
For the public benefit to advance the education (including social and physical training) of people (under the age of 25) in such ways as the Charity Trustees think fit, including:
- Awarding to such persons scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants to support them at any University, College, or any institution of Higher, or Further Education, whether full or part time.
- Supporting young people in their education to prepare for entry to any occupation, trade or profession on leaving any educational establishment.
- To further such purpose, or purposes, which are exclusively charitable according to the law of England and Wales in such manner as the Trustees in their absolute discretion think fit.
To fulfill this, HGT has three aims:
1. To support and fund a young hairdresser in their studies.
2. To support Increase the Peace (ITP).
3. To work alongside Gloucester Domestic Abuse Support Services (GDASS).