The ultimate aim of the Trust is to positively change the lives of young people through partnerships in communities, as well as working alongside other charities and professional agencies.
HGT was set up by Hollie’s parents, Nick and Mandy, and her sister Chloe.
Please click on the video to hear a message from our Patron, Julie Etchingham.
Helping Talented Young People
We work alongside Gloucestershire College to support students that face many different challenges.
Delivering Healthy Relationship Education
Raising Awareness of Stalking
Tackiling Knife Crime & Anti Social Behaviour
The Brickhampton Court Golf course was an idyllic setting for our 2018 Golf Day. Basking in the sunshine and the smell of the BBQ in the air, 14 teams arrived from 11am onwards to take part in one of our key fundraisers for the year. With a Stableford scoring format...read more
In Gloucestershire, around 51,643 women aged 16+ and 19,524 males aged 16+ will have experienced stalking at some point in their lifetime in Gloucestershire. However, from June 2014 to October 2016, only 54 incidents of stalking were recorded. It is therefore clear...read more
Coventry textile artist, Julia O’Connell was delighted to bring The Women’s Quilt to the Shop Front Theatre, Coventry. This was a 2 day exhibition and included a panel discussion on the Friday afternoon and a stitch session on the Saturday afternoon. This exhibition...read more
The 2018 #Walk4Hollie took place on Sunday 29th April. Around 100 keen walkers met at The Priory Harvester in St Oswalds in Gloucester at around 10am for a 10:30am start. Luckily, after a drizzly morning, the weather held up and the group set off in dry but slightly...read more
Gloucestershire charity, the Hollie Gazzard Trust, is growing with the addition of two young trustees. Nick Gazzard, chairman (pictured), said: "Both have skill sets that will bring something different to the board." Charlotte Purnell, 20, is the charity's first...read more
How would you help a family member, friend or neighbour who you suspected to be in an abusive relationship? How could you do this safely? In fact, would trying to intervene even cause more harm to the victim? These are tough answers to give and not straight-forward....read more