The Alice Sloan Trust provides both in-kind and financial support to Heads Together for ABI, an organisation that creates opportunities for people with an ABI and their families to feel connected, inspired and positive.


Heads together for ABI run camps for families who have a child with an acquired brain injury (ABI).  Parents, siblings, and extended family members, along with the children with an ABI, attend the camps. Staffed by a large team of volunteers, these camps provide a weekend of fun, friendship for all, and respite for families. Read more about Heads Together.


On going financial and in-kind support is necessary for the ongoing success of this program. In 2012 the Trust began providing financial support to this wonderful program. The Trust is committed to long-term relationship with Heads Together for ABI, supporting these extraordinarily successful camps in their support of families. Many members of the Trust enjoy volunteering on these camps, if you would like to be involved, please be in touch with us.