Become a charitable partner
Could you become The Malcolm Whales Foundations’ next partnership?
All our money raised will go towards individuals, charitable organisations and projects that provide care and support to people suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
We are always looking to support new organisations with the astounding work they do, so if you are interested in becoming a partner of The Malcolm Whales Foundation and work in conjunction with us, please contact us as we would love to talk to you!
Apply for our Grant Scheme
Due to the rapid growth of the charity, The Malcolm Whales Foundation are pleased to announce that a grant scheme is now in place to help financially assist other Cancer organisations and help us form new life-long partnerships.
To find out more about how you and your organisation can apply for a one-off payment from The Malcolm Whales Foundation, please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button below.Find out more
Our charitable partners
All the money we raise will go to a number of different causes and cancer charities. The Malcolm Whales Foundation’s aim is ‘to help people affected by cancer and illness’. The charity itself achieves this in a number of different ways, and through our fundraising events, are able to raise funds to support those affected in a variety of different ways.
Wheels for McKenzie
Thanks to your fundraising efforts and support we were able to donate £1000 to Wheels for McKenzie…Read more
Huntingdon Community Cancer Network
This week we met with the Huntingdon Community Cancer Network. A really positive…Read more
Holly Children’s Ward at Hinchingbrooke
Thank you to The Malcolm Whales Foundation who have visited us at the Children’s…Read more
South West Coast Path
We are honoured to have been chosen as a beneficiary partner of the 2019 Dorset Walk…Read more
Hinchingbrooke Woodlands Centre
We wanted to start a new type of project for TMWF one that made a huge impact…Read more
The Malcolm Whales Sailability Boat
Following on from the successful support of the Sailability club house in 2015…Read more
Amelia Martin Fund
Thank you to the person that suggested I email The Malcolm Whales Foundation….Read more
Working with the Woodlands Centre, the cancer ward at Hinchingbrooke hospital…Read more
The Malcolm Whales Foundation has gone into partnership with Climbing Out…Read more
Sailability – Grafham Water
In July of 2015, The Malcolm Whales Foundation was approached to support Sailability…Read more
Whilst flicking through twitter I stumbled across a charity called Edgars Gift…Read more
The George Pantziarka TP53 Trust
The George Pantziarka TP53 Trust supports people with Li Fraumeni Syndrome…Read more
The Harry Johnson Trust
The Harry Johnson Trust was established in November 2014 following the death…Read more
Get in touch
If you have a charity or cause you would like to make us aware of please or would be interested in partnering up and would like to find out how you can help us please get in touch.