November 2020
February 2020
Established in 2010, WWTW supports a pathway for vulnerable veterans to reintegrate into society and sustain their independence. The charity supports those who are physically, mentally or socially disadvantaged by their service. Future employment is at the heart of this and provides a sustainable future for them and their families.’  
November 2019
Chief investment officer at the Wellcome Trust who jousted with Boris at Oxford and raised £16 billion for biomedical research Article from The Times
January 2018
  “Forget the ‘Internet of Things’.  The Truell Conservation Foundation is moving onto the Internet of Penguins!”  
March 2013
An old theatre in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, called The Pump House, has long been disused. An exciting project to turn the building into a multi-purpose creative sports and activity centre is now underway.
December 2012
The next installment of a £100,000 pledge by TCF has gone to the Galapagos Islands for monitoring of the Galapagos penguin and cormorant populations, bringing TCF support up to £60,000. The most recent funds have facilitated the second of four planned field trips during which scientists are monitoring population through capturing, tagging, recapturing...  
August 2012
Alec and Jack Trigger, whose father Brigadier Richard Trigger MBE was killed in military service, have each achieved one A* and three A grades in their A-levels, and will be taking up their places to read Engineering at Oxford University. The twins were supported through Wellington College by the Truell Conservation Foundation.