Our Impact

Over 80% of SLT participants report that our activities make them:
– Look forward to enjoying things
– Become for feel healthier
– Experience greater wellbeing.

Rosalind, a SLT participant and volunteer talks about the impact that SLT has had on her and others.

Hannah, SLT’s Chief Executive, recognises the impact that our volunteers have in supporting SLT participants to engage in a range of activities.

“Our regular volunteers who support participants at our physical activity sessions, like dance or chi kung, can really see the great impact of those who engage. Doing something physical does seem to reduce stress and anxiety, leaving a sense of calm and rejuvenation, enabling wellbeing and aiding sleep.”

For more information about SLT click here.

SLT’s Local Giving Page

SLT has set up a Local Giving page: https://localgiving.org/charity/stuart-low-trust/

Local Giving is a secure donations page that helps local charities and community groups to connect with people and fundraise online.

We are currently trying to raise £250 by 31st May. If we do this, we will get match funding of £250. All donations welcome- of any amount. To donate, click on this link: https://localgiving.org/charity/stuart-low-trust/ Thank you.

Listen To Our Choir



Listen to our friendly choir singing Roberta Flack’s ‘Killing Me Softly’.  

This recording was taken after our first session back in the New Year.  

All are welcome to join the Choir every Thursday evening.  

For more information or to book onto the choir ring 020 7713 9304 or email info@slt.org.uk, stating your borough of residence.

Tokens in Tesco

We’re in Tesco! Every Tesco in Islington has a donation box where shoppers can drop tokens in support of Stuart Low Trust. 

Tokens are given out at the checkout and can be dropped in the slot marked with our name. At the end of February, the tokens will be counted and the trust will receive a donation. The more tokens shoppers drop in the boxes, the better our chance of a bigger donation.  

Cady, our Friday Night Assistant, feels it’s important  to donate to the Bags of Taste scheme.

“It warms my heart to know that I can make a difference to SLT through Bags of Taste. I find it really easy to drop my token into the SLT slot after I’ve done my shopping.”

Brian donating to Bags of Help at Tesco.

Our Friday Night Event volunteer, Brian, tells us how easy it is to donate to SLT through Tesco’s Bags of Help Scheme- see above.

“It’s as easy as 123, ABC! Just ask for a token at the checkout, when you are paying for your shopping and then find the Bags of Help donation box and drop it in the slot that says Stuart Low Trust.”

“Tesco are very supportive of The Stuart Low Trust. We have been shopping there for many years for our Friday Evening Events. It’s wonderful to be supported by a national business, locally,” said Hannah Kalmanowitz, Chief Executive of SLT.   

Bags of Help runs until February 28th 2019 so get donating!  

Find out more about this initiative here: https://bit.ly/2FD3Qwi