History of the Trust
Founded by Lord and Lady Astor in Looe Street in 1925, VHS gave practical support to Plymouth people, including training and clubs. Today VHS provides grants local charities that support Plymouth’s communities.
It is down to organisations like Virginia House Settlement that our charity can make a difference to woman's lives.
We are again deeply indebted to VHS who have annually supported us and helped grow this project.
Pregnancy Crisis Care Report October 2018
The generous support of organisations like VHS makes it possible for us to exist, and help make the community a better place to live.
The Plympton Hub
The VHS grant to purchase PC's for our Job club has helped a significant number of local residents and is continuing to help more people into employment. Many thanks once again for your grant”.
Tamar View Community Complex Ltd
We are extremely grateful to the Virginia House Trust for donating seed funding to progress our Boccia project. Boccia originated in Greece, where players threw large stones at a stone target. Originally designed for people with severe cerebral palsy it is now enjoyed by players from many sectors of the community and is practiced in over 50 countries worldwide, it ranges from recreational to a variety of competitive events and became a Paralympic sport in 1984.
Improving Lives Plymouth