In aid of the Robert Grace Trust Emergency Fund – which provides funding for Bloomsbury patients in need.
Wine, refreshments and guest speakers – the worldwide impact of HIV, the success of treatment and research in the UK, the role of the Mortimer Market Centre which is one of the largest clinics in Europe.
ROBERT GRACE TRUST EMERGENCY FUND
Robert Grace was an architect and one of our patients. The Trust was founded after he died to provide emergency funds for Bloomsbury patients as well as helping to support projects in his home country of South Africa.
The Robert Grace Trust Emergency Fund has been running for five years and helps Bloomsbury patients in emergencies. It has paid for repairs, new locks, baby milk, groceries, a cooker, a fridge, beds & mattresses, school uniform, holidays for disabled children, subsidies for travel and child care costs so that young mothers can attend the newly diagnosed course.
We are dependent on donations to keep the RGT Emergency Fund afloat and are very grateful to clinicians, staff, patients and private donors who have contributed so far.
The Robert Grace Trust also supports:
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