Partners

As an independent charity Headway Somerset is responsible for raising all the funds we need to keep providing our support services for people with acquired brain injury and their relatives across Somerset.

About 45% of the cost of running Headway Somerset comes from fee income (Somerset County Council, Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, personal budget and private funding)

Not all our clients are eligible to receive statutory support.

Other services we provide depend on charitable donations, events, fundraising, grants and corporate support and sponsorship.

Headway Somerset is extremely grateful for the support we have received over the past twelve months from the following organisations:

Somerset County Council

NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group

 

Corporate Partners and Sponsors Trusts and Funds 
Enable LawNational Lottery Community Fund
Clarke WillmottThe Henry Smith Charity
ViridorNational Lottery Community Fund Covid 19
 Garfield Weston Foundation

Charity of the Year

Huish Episcopi Sixth Form

Devon and Somerset Law Society 

Other supporters 

Fran Stockwell Photography

Glastonbury Festival – Headway Somerset Team

Westland Classic Motorcycle Club – Coast to Coast Rally

Grubs Up

Somerset Community Volunteers Trust

South Somerset Choral Society

St John’s Chambers

Yeovil Town Road Running Club

 

 

Latest

Thank you!

  Hi! My name is Sally Holcombe and I have had the incredible opportunity to be an intern for Headway Somerset over the past few months! I have just finished my final year at the University of Exeter where I studied Human Geography and am now looking to enter the...

Talking Headway

Talking Headway

Our new phone line, 01823 215014.  Funded by a family member of someone who uses our services. This line will offer: Information and support, links to local groups and services and can refer people to receive regular friendship calls through our Buddying project...

100 Flowers by Paul Henry

100 Flowers by Paul Henry

A very special thank you to Paul Henry for his 100 day project of flowers during the 100 day lockdown. A truly spectacular image!