WAVE would like to express our thanks to our patrons for all the support they give to our organisation.
“As society continues to make the transformation from longstanding conflict to peaceful democracy, the needs of victims and survivors must be taken seriously. The WAVE Trauma Centre has a proven track record in this regard. By offering a range of support services to those directly affected by ‘The Troubles’, the organisation is able to make a small, yet significant contribution to their wellbeing.” James Nesbitt
“What we call ‘The Troubles’ has left in its wake a widespread scene of dislocated lives and a deep reservoir of loneliness, suffering and grief. The survivors have often borne this with great courage and faith.” The Very Reverend John Dunlop
“I support the activities of WAVE because of the important work which it does for the families of the disappeared.” Cardinal Sean Brady
“Those who carry in their minds and bodies the hurt of our dark past must never be forgotten. The WAVE Trauma Centre plays a vital role and is worthy of our full support.” Lord Robin Eames
Patrons also inclue John Daly, Samantha Leslie, Rev E TI Mawhinney and Helen Bamber OBE.