Diana Memorial Fund

Diana Memorial Fund

An independent grant-giving charity, established in 1997 after Princess Diana’s death, to continue her humanitarian work in the UK and overseas, including palliative care, AIDS and asylum-seeker initiatives
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At the time, I was a Trustee of the Diana Memorial Fund. Everyone thought they knew "what she would have wanted"; the media, the Royal Family, politicians, 60 million Britons, not to mention Diana's family, the Spencers, who not only disagreed with the Royal Family but amongst themselves too.
"There have been some important cases in this area, most notably the Princess Diana Memorial Fund matter and the Eddie Irvine dispute."
There has been hardly a whimper of concern about the announcement that the Diana Memorial Fund is finally to be wound up with the expenditure of pounds 10 million on promoting the rights of refugees and asylum-seekers.
Cash raised will go to the Diana Memorial Fund and other charities.
However, the emails, which claim to be sent from the "Diana Memorial Foundation', are not connected with the genuine Diana Memorial Fund.
THE Diana Memorial Fund is a blueprint of how not to run a charity.
The Diana Memorial Fund was set up in 1997 following her death and has pledged millions of pounds in grants.
A spokeswoman for Diana Memorial Fund "Our primary responsibility is now to those who we support.
THE company suing the Princess Diana Memorial Fund says if it wins in court, 'every penny' will go to charity.
The Newcastle Young Refugees Project, which helps asylum seekers aged 10 to 19, was set up in 2001 with part of a pounds 200,000 grant from the Diana Memorial Fund to the Children's Society.
'The Diana Memorial Fund carries out very valuable work to support a variety of people facing negative circumstances in their lives,' a spokeswoman said.
Burrell sat stony-faced in the dock of Court Number One at the Old Bailey as Mr Boyce recounted how the butler had gone on to work at the Diana Memorial Fund and continued living in his married quarters at the Old Barracks in Kensington Palace.