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Welcome to
the Moira Fund

The Moira Fund, a grant making charity, has been established in memory of Moira Jones, who was murdered in Queens Park, Glasgow, in May 2008.

Following her death, family, friends and colleagues of Moira wished to establish a fund in her memory that would support others who found themselves bereaved through violent death at the hands of another.

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Help & Support
from the Moira Fund

We are a grant making charity setup to help those traumatically bereaved by the murder or manslaughter of a loved one.

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4800+

People have been helped through The Moira Fund

3900+

People have joined in on Moira’s Run since it began

£450k+

The value of grants awarded to families £450k

How the fund has helped

Read some of the stories of how the fund has been used and continues to be a help in peoples time of bereavement

Starting a new school Fund

Running Free

Since the murder of their dad some months ago his three children, aged 2, 6 and 10, are being brought up by their grandmother, Julie. Since money is tight, and she has no transport anyway, it is very hard for her to manage any kind of day out for them all and she worries about that.

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They are now excited to know that The Moira Fund has bought annual passes for them all for their nearest fantastic theme park. There are adventures there for all ages and their gran is so delighted that "they can run free and enjoy themselves for the day". We are very pleased to help, and wish them lots of lovely days out together.

Starting a new school Fund

Our wonderful TUI Holiday in Turkey 2024 Fund

Congratulations to delighted winner Michelle Hammer of Stenhousemuir and huge thanks to our amazing ticket-sellers everywhere who helped us raise a record-making amount, a superb £5464, to all who bought the tickets, and of course to TUI Holidays who generously provide this wonderful prize annually in Moira’s memory.

Starting a new school Fund

Special memorial necklace Fund

When Sarah lost her toddler son she was totally devastated. She would not leave the house where there was so much evidence of happy times shared, because she felt she was going out without him and she took a picture of him to bed every night to cuddle so she could sleep.

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