Our Donors

We would like to say a huge thank you to all our current grant, foundation and personnel new donors. We couldn’t continue to do what we do without your generous support.

We also would like to bring your attention to some very special people who are currently fundraising for CAUK along with the particular challenges and activities they are going to complete

Hannah Thompson

Hannah is one of our keenest fundraisers having already raised over £3000 in 2020. Now she has set up a fundraising page to collect donations for CAUK before she “Braves The Shave”. She is hoping to raise another £2500 as a way of thanking the charity for all its support since the diagnosis of cavernomas in her family.

You can visit her donor page by clicking on her name above.

David Overy

Over the next twelve months David will be “virtually” running from John O’groats to Land’s End which is 16miles a week. The Overy family have multiple relatives with Cavernoma and are keen members of CAUK and the Caverfamilies group. David wants to raise this money for CAUK so that we have funds for events, therapies, our helpline and their lifeline the Caverfamilies network

You can visit her donor page by clicking on his name above.

Ella Radley

Ella is raising money for CAUK as part of the charity section of her Duke of Edinburgh award. Together, her family, friends and Ella are going to either walk/run or cycle the distance from her house in Surrey to Cornwall, where her Dad grew up – a total of 390 kilometres! CAUK is dear to her heart as it has helped her dad since his diagnosis and strokes and she hopes that the money she raises will help fund research as well as being used to support the newly diagnosed and anyone struggling with their cavernoma

You can visit her donor page by clicking on her name above.

A big thank you to, 

Marsh Christian Trust
The grants Marsh Christian Trust grants programme provides long-term core funding to registered charities experienced in their chosen field of work. The Trust supports around 350 charities every year through the Grants Programme to groups from across the charity sector, who make a difference to a cause that they believe in.

Bernard Morron 
Bernard Morron is an Associate Director and Solicitor for DPP Law based in Bootle, Merseyside. He acts for victims of accidents who have suffered catastrophic injuries including brain injury. As a Senior Litigator with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, he sees rehabilitation as a very important part of his work which is why his donation to CAUK is to help in the deliverance of therapies to those in need.