Main fundraiser photo

Corridor of Hope

Opening our fantastic new West Wing last year meant a very long (15m x 2.5m)link corridor had to be built; we christened it the CORRIDOR OF HOPE PROJECT, as all children and young people seeking help from MAF will walk through it.
Talented Ukrainian artist Tetiana Hurn (based in East Lothian) was one of the first refugees to arrive with her son, Nikolai and Sandra Brown our Founder met her by chance and was bowled over by her vision (see her website www.tetiana-hurn.org). We were delighted by her stunning design and glad she was willing to oversee the project over summer 2023, aided by some of our clients both young and a little older. AND IT IS DONE!
We are delighted that the deadline of end of June was met. The official unveiling took place on Monday 26th June with some very special dignatories attending to see the stunning results and meet the artist. They were delighted to have a tour of MAF and were highly impressed by our premises and very interested in the services we provide.
If you would still like to help us cover the costs incurred any donations (before the end of July deadline) would be warmly welcomed.

Organizer

Gillian Urquhart
Organizer
Scotland
Moira Anderson Foundation
Beneficiary

Your easy, powerful, and trusted home for help

  • Easy

    Donate quickly and easily

  • Powerful

    Send help right to the people and causes you care about

  • Trusted

    Your donation is protected by the GoFundMe Giving Guarantee