The Road Victims Trust (RVT) is a charity close to the heart of PEME Design Manager, Steve Wiles, who is a counselling volunteer with the RVT charity which supports people who have either experienced the sudden death of a loved one or the horror of being involved in a fatal or serious road collision.
The charity is so important to Steve that at his recent 1970s-themed wedding, he and his wife, Emma, requested donations to the charity rather than presents. Many of Steve’s PEME colleagues joined him and Emma with their family and friends, to support them both on their big day but also help support the good work done by the RVT.
Steve said “We are grateful for the excellent effort put into our themed wedding and our guests were fabulous as I have now donated a cheque to the RVT for £634.70. This value will provide a bereaved family with counselling support for a year. Thank you so much”.
Emma and Steve are shown with Sarah Jones from the RVT who said “It was lovely to see Steve and Emma last week and we are still pretty blown away that their guests raised as much as they did for RVT. It really is so generous of them and their friends and family”.
The Road Victims Trust is a registered charity offering a range of free support services to residents of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire who have been affected by fatal road collisions. More information about the charity and making donations are available Here