‘Foundation has been making a difference for 20 years’

The chief executive of a charity committed to eradicating type 1 diabetes has praised the work of the Steve Morgan Foundation as it celebrates it 20th anniversary.

The Foundation remains the largest donor in history of JDRF, having donated £7m.

Karen Addington, UK chief executive of  JDRF

Karen Addington, UK chief executive of  JDRF, said: “The Steve Morgan Foundation has made a transformational contribution towards JDRF’s charitable work to eradicate type 1 diabetes. Everyone at JDRF is extremely grateful to the Morgans for their interest in, and support of our research programme to find the type 1 diabetes cure.

“We congratulate the Foundation on 20 years of making a difference to so many children and families, through the support it gives to charities.”

Nick Hopkinson MBE DL, former High Sheriff of Cheshire

Nick Hopkinson MBE DL, former High Sheriff of Cheshire, has also congratulated the Steve Morgan Foundation on reaching its 20th anniversary.

He said: “Steve and Sally Morgan have an unrivalled long-term commitment to the community and particularly to people who are struggling to deal with modern day life.

“They have helped millions and inspired thousands and they continue to do so, never asking for any personal thanks or gains.

“The Steve Morgan Foundation is an example of all that is good in society supporting people in a multitude of ways.

“I am proud to be friends with them and the Foundation and as High Sheriff of Cheshire give thanks that they are so local. Peace, love and charity.”

The Steve Morgan Foundation was founded in 2001 and has been gifted £300m by Steve Morgan.


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