We are extremely pleased to announce the second round of National Memorial Family Fund grants (as well as the UFFC Children’s Christmas Gift Fund) which open for applications from 7 December 2020.
What’s On & Events
Michelle Hubbard from the National Justice Museum, has asked us to circulate details of the project she is developing called ‘Ingenuity’, based on a historic collection of beautiful objects crafted by people in prison.
The RAAH.Fest took place on 24 October 2020. Viewers enjoyed live and pre-recorded performances. Proceeds from the event will support the National Family Fund and many other charities.
In October, the Royal Festival Hall will feature 21 classical composers of color in its first season since the country’s first lockdown this spring. Led by composer James B. Wilson and the Chineke! Orchestra.
Due to Covid restrictions UFFC will be holding this years 22nd annual memorial event online. All families are requested to submit a two-minute clip of the story of their loved ones to shared in an online collage on 31 October.
Birmingham based Enterprise, Let’s Go Wellbeing (LGW), featured the National Family Fund as the beneficiary of all proceeds from one of their fitness programmes launch events held on 29 June 2020.
Murder In The Carpark, a new three-part series from Channel 4, explores the most investigated unsolved murder in the history of the Met Police. Daniel Morgan was brutally murdered with an axe in the car park of a south London pub.
The UFFC held its annual march in central London on Saturday 26 October 2019. This year the annual event also showed solidarity with simultaneous marches and protests with fellow campaigners that took place in Scotland and France.