Who We Are

team-for-web One Can Trust – The Vision

One Can Trust believes that empowering individuals through cohesive and engaged communities is the only way to eradicate poverty in the long term.

Mission We seek to develop community based projects, drawing together people from many different backgrounds, of all faiths or none to solve the issues of inequality and poverty that exist in our society.   Working from our broad supporter base and built around the success of the foodbank we support projects that catalyse or grow cohesive communities providing individuals with the necessary life skills to lift themselves out of poverty.

One Can Trust – Values

We operate with openness and integrity – in all our actions we will operate openly and transparently, sharing the reasons behind any decisions we make and how these will progress the delivery of the vision.  We value everybody in our community equally, and strive to maximise the impact we can have notwithstanding any individual’s faith or background

We are driven by our volunteers – in this we can ensure that all who work with us are united in delivering our vision for the greater good of our community.

We are led by and support our community – our initiatives are driven bottom up, deriving their strength from the community they serve, with our actions guided and focussed by the wishes of the community

We strive for excellence – we aspire to deliver all we do to the highest possible standard, and in this show that poverty does not mean that we cannot achieve the best in all we do

We recognise the value of the individual and the power of community – in humbling ourselves to a common purpose we can each contribute to something far beyond the reach of any one of us, strengthened by our collective values and supporting one another as we need it

Board of trustees:
Graham Peart – Chair
Heather Stanley – Vice Chair
Peter Green – Treasurer
Robert Hill – Company Secretary
Ruth Richey
Peggy Peckham
Suzie Clarke
Andy Ford
Anne Leigh

Staff:   Foodbank project manager: Steph Clay

Download a copy of our latest Trustee report and Financial report – year ending August 2016.

To clarify some confusion about our name!

There is scope for confusion between the two completely separate organisations,One Can Trust and One Can Hope.

One Can Trust was registered as charity no. 1148626 on 17 August 2012 and is currently operating the Wycombe Food Bank. Our main base is at Duke Street in the town centre and we operate out of a number of other locations across South Bucks. 

We understand that One Can Hope is a Community Interest Company, registered on 29 April 2015 and operates from Abbey Barn Road offering valuable support to families in a different way. There is no connection between the two organisations. 

We feel it unfortunately causes confusion, unhelpful to both organisations that the names are so similar and suggest a connection that is not there.  So we hope to agree a resolution to benefit everyone soon.

We Trust that this is now clear!

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