Liz is passionate about helping organisations that champion the need for stronger and sustainable communities.

Liz supports a number of Hampshire based not-for-profit organisations in a variety of ways from undertaking paid assignments to working and collaborating on a pro-bono basis including:

Previous board experience includes:

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“Thank you for your help and support enabling us to produce our new 5-year strategic plan. Your expertise and facilitation was very much appreciated and we are extremely happy with the results. We felt you brought a constructive approach to our planning, which gave us a powerful insight from an external perspective to go forward with our new vision and goals”. Sue McKenna – Chief Executive, Trinity Winchester

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Drumainn is also proud to be a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Haven.


Liz Trevor, Michelle Beck, and Fiona Whitehouse came together for 5 years to form 3Women, a registered CIO.

This meeting of minds between the three Hampshire-based business women led to the blending of three sets of their unique skills and experiences to form a partnership that successfully raised nearly £20,000 for charities over this period.

Every year 3Women hosted a number of very different fundraising events, each benefitting a different charity or local community project. Adding a fun theme encouraged dialogue and lively engagement. From business breakfasts, cocktail receptions, swop-themed events to a glamorous Moulin Rouge inspired charity ball, 3Women raised the profile of a number of charities and community organisations including: RASAC (Winchester Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling service), Trinity Winchester, Winchester Churches Nightshelter, Two Saints, School for Social Entrepreneurs Hampshire, The Carroll Centre, Age UK Winchester, Winchester Rotary, The Murray Parish Trust and the British Heart Foundation.

3Women are proud to have been included in the 2017 Winchester Portrait Exhibition.


For further information about 3Women, please visit