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We owe a great deal to our supporters – especially trusts and foundations. Without them, many of our services for older people would not be here today.

We continue to benefit from longstanding relationships. Our first Chairman, Sir George Martin, played a prominent role in establishing MHA, and the trust which he founded continues to support our work.

Several large national trusts and foundations have supported strategic developments. The Garfield Weston Foundation provided major funding for our rebuilding of Hall Grange taking place during 2014/15.  Click here to see further details of our Hall Grange Appeal. The Bradbury Foundation recently gave a significant gift in support of our new housing development currently being built in Swindon.

Other trusts, on approaching closure, have decided to recognise and honour their founders through a naming opportunity. In 2012, The Emmandjay Trust gave a substantial gift to enable the construction of a new Independent Living housing complex - Emmandjay Court - at Ben Rhydding near Ilkey in West Yorkshire; a fitting tribute to family members remembered in the setting up of the Trust.

Many smaller local trusts have supported our music therapy programme, helping us to provide this alternative method of creativity and self expression for people with dementia.

We would be pleased to make contact with any trusts and foundations who are interested in being involved with MHA and supporting older people and keeping couples together, many living with dementia.

We would also be interested in discussing opportunities for social investment funding.

If you would like to know more please get in touch with:

Paul Walker, MHA Fundraising
Tel: 07814 286264 paul.walker@mha.org.uk

 


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