£10,000 Donation Presented to Manchester Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre

£10,000 Donation Presented to Manchester Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre

Trustees Ben Moorhouse and Gaynor Thompson today presented Professor Alexander Heazell with a cheque for £10,000 for the Manchester Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre.

Professor Heazell and his team are the main beneficiary of The Kallipateira Moorhouse Foundation.

This donation is the third donation from our charity and this is a total of £25,000 with the all funds going towards research and projects to help save babies lives.


Trustee Ben Moorhouse says ” We are honoured to be able to present Alex and his team with a further donation of £10,000 and are proud to be able to contribute towards their research and projects. Because of Alex and his team our son Apollon survived and this further donation will make his big sister Kallipateira very proud. I am also proud that most of this funding came from my 180 mile London to Manchester Extreme Challenge Walk last July , so presenting this cheque today made every mile and blister worthwhile!”

Professor Alexander Heazell said “We are so grateful for this donation which enables us to continue our research. Donations from the KM foundation support two projects at the Tommy’s Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre, one looking at how we can better support parents and their partners through pregnancy after loss in the Rainbow Clinic and the second investigating ways to better spread stillbirth prevention messages to women whose first language is not English. We hope that both of these projects, due to complete in 2023 will produce improvements to the way we look after women and their partners.”

Thank you to everyone who supported us in 2022 to make this donation possible.

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