The Trinity Forum will support the Broken Biscuits charity, a disabled animal advocacy organisation seeking to remove barriers to animals pursuing active and healthy lives

SINGAPORE/INTERNATIONAL. Broken Biscuits, the world’s first disabled animal care centre, will benefit from Tito’s Handmade Vodka and The Moodie Davitt Report donations for every Trinity Forum (1-2 November) delegate. Both have pledged US$5 for each registration.

Broken Biscuits’ work includes:

  • Providing pet disability equipment to families
  • Offering homes to paraplegic, deaf, blind and disabled animals
  • An education programme of visiting schools and universities
  • Working alongside rescue centre, rehabbers and veterinary professionals
  • Caring for stray and surrendered disabled animals

Tito’s Handmade Vodka is known for its strong support of animal charities. The brand company partners with The Moodie Davitt Report for our popular ‘Pet-sonality’ series of website columns, featuring people from the travel retail industry and their beloved pets. Read the latest column here.

About the Trinity Forum

The Trinity Forum – to be staged in Singapore 1-2 November – is co-organised by The Moodie Davitt Report with Airports Council International (ACI) World and ACI Asia-Pacific.

The event promises to deliver a provocative and challenging programme about the big issues facing global travel retail, while also celebrating the industry’s encouraging revival as the pandemic eases.

Delegates will enjoy outstanding networking opportunities during the event. The Gala Dinner – a highlight of any Trinity Forum – will take place at the spectacular Jewel Changi Airport on 2 November.


Jewel Changi Airport will offer a spectacular setting for The Trinity Forum’s Gala Dinner

Check out the event website to register and get the latest updates on the conference programme, hotel accommodation and travel tips.

The Moodie Davitt Report has long supported a variety of causes as part of an extensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme. Look out for news soon on another charitable initiative linked to The Trinity Forum.

The event has attracted strong support from key industry partners