Limbs4All has been created by Mark and Anne Inglis (check out Mark’s website, www.markinglis.co.nz) after Mark’s remarkable climb of Everest. While on Everest Mark raised significant funding for the Cambodia Trust (of which he is a patron) but there are also so many other very deserving projects, hence the creation of Limbs4All to act as an umbrella charity through which to direct assistance to the multitude of projects out there.
The trust which was formed during late 2006 and early 2007, is a registered charitable trust, the aim to create a transparent and auditable structure that will eventually be a capital fund with the interest being used to support some of the 400 million disabled in the world, to help themselves. The concept of a capital fund is so important as we all strive to live our lives in a more sustainable way, why shouldn’t our charitable orgainisations do the same – as a capital fund with just the interest funding the projects we are truly a sustainable entity.
The current trustees are Mark and Anne Inglis, John McCay, David Jessep and Martin Hawes.