Charity: The Adam Millichip Foundation

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The Adam Millichip Foundation
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The Adam Millichip Foundation was founded in November 2010 and has one goal. To provide financial support and assistance to disabled people who wish to participate in sports, with the aim of improving the quality of their lives.

With the tragic death of his Brother Adam in 2007, Stuart Millichip wanted to do something in his memory. In May 2010 he and 3 other committee members founded the Adam Millichip Memorial Golf Challenge, which in it’s first year raised over 7000 pounds, which was donated to 2 local charities.

After the huge success of this project, the quiet whisper of more became a reality. Shortly after the golf day, Stuart approached the rest of the committee with the idea of a fully registered charity in memory of his brother. The Adam Millichip Foundation had been born.

Visit the Adam Millichip Foundation website for more information

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