On Sunday 11th of May local charitable trust, the Moore Foundation, returned to Altrincham Football Club for the second year running to host a family fun filled celebrity packed football match, raising vital funds for its beneficiaries!read more »
The Moore Foundation is a registered charity offering practical and financial support to children's charities and good causes across Warrington, Cheshire and beyond. Helping to make a real difference within the local community.
The Moore Foundation is a charitable trust which was established to provide financial and practical relief to local children's charities and good causes.
The foundation helps children who suffer from illness or disability by providing much-needed care equipment, as well as helping terminally ill children to achieve an ambition and improving quality of life for children who have experienced abuse or domestic violence.
The dedicated and hard working team at the Moore Foundation believe that if they can make a difference by improving the quality of a child's life and putting a smile back on a face, the trust is succeeding.
The Moore Foundation are dedicated to supporting worthwhile causes and also provide grants to charitable organisations in the area.
The Moore Foundation is a registered charity and proceeds are received through high profile events including the annual Princess Ball, The Moore Foundation Golf Day, variety evenings and other fundraising activities throughout the year.
It couldn't be easier to get involved and support the important work of the Moore Foundation here in Warrington. You can see full details of the Moore Foundation's upcoming events on their website or donate any amount (large or small-it really will make a difference) through their JustGiving page.
The Moore Foundation's JustGiving page also allows you to give monthly donations if you wish, helping you to support a fantastic local cause and make a real difference to children in the local community.
The Moore Foundation is supported by a number of high profile companies in the Warrington area. The foundation is the charitable trust of Moore Finance, a long-established company which specialises in offering a modern approach to finance leasing, along with a highly personalised service.
Other supporters of the Moore Foundation including Fabulous Functions, who donate valuable time and resources to help organise the trust's fundraising events and Noel Racing, who have over 50 years experience in syndicate management.
If you are a local business or organisation in Warrington and would like more information about supporting the work of the Moore Foundation, speak to one of their friendly staff using the details on the right of this page.
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