Charities we support

The Lewis Moody Foundation

The Lewis Moody Foundation will help families affected by serious illness, offering days out and one-off experiences for children and their families as well as funding scientific research through The Brain Tumour Charity, aimed at saving young lives.

It arranges unique days out for families to give ill children and their loved ones a boost of hope and create lasting memories.

The Lewis Moody Foundation will also work to raise awareness of life-limiting illnesses in children and help develop more effective treatments. Funds raised for the Foundation through headnorth will go towards establishing the UK’s first BioBank for brain tumours, a scientific facility for biological data that will improve the development of treatment and cures, supported by The Brain Tumour Charity and Cancer Research UK.

Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40. An estimated 20,000 children and young people in the UK are living with a life-threatening condition. Together we're tackling illness, fulfilling dreams.


Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund

The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF) provides a better quality of life to serving and retired Royal Marines and their families. The trust helps the wounded and injured, particularly as the most severely injured begin their transition into civilian life. Quite simply, the RMCTF will help when others cannot.

It also helps those still serving and facing successive tours in high threat environments, providing adventure training for those returning from operations, funding homecoming events and financing memorials. The team offers continuing support and care once former Royal Marines and their dependants break their formal links to the Corps.

Sadly, but importantly, the RMCTF also provides grants to the next of kin of those who die in service within 48 hours of the event. The RMCTF supports the Special Boat Services Association (SBSA).