About

The Winston Churchill Charitable Foundation was established on the initiative of the world community in 1954 after receiving Nobel Prize on literature, he invested part of the funds in the development fund. His wife, Clementine Churchill herself contributed the first installment to the fund. And it prompted the members of the British government to do it. The largest amount of humanitarian aid was provided through the Foundation for Assistance to the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John in Jerusalem.

Throughout the world, because of the lack of early diagnosis, disease of different species and degrees is only detected in the late stages. Even this did not prevent our fund and other organizations from making a sharp jump up: 70% of the cases are curable.

It is financed by voluntary donations, which are made by anyone, including the states-participants of the Geneva Conventions (governments), national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies, interstate charitable organizations, as well as public and private structures. At the end of each year, a fund-raising campaign is being carried out to finance both headquarters activities and field operations. Operational, statistical and financial information on the use of funds is reflected in the annual report of the organization.

The "Winston Churchill Charitable Foundation" was created to effectively provide comprehensive targeted assistance to fellow citizens who found themselves in difficult life situations, provide treatment, preventive maintenance, as well as material and spiritual assistance, to promote the development of new methods for diagnosis and treatment of diseases worldwide and Raising public awareness of cancer problems and measures for cancer prevention, assisting medical institutions in treating patients with various diseases and improving their conditions in medical institutions of the world.

Over time, the circle of our wards has expanded, and the fund began to help in the whole world, having the need for assistance from 4 programs.

The main goal of the fund is to provide comprehensive assistance to all needy, hospitals around the world, support and assistance to the international Red Cross. We pay bills related to medical treatment, assistance with humanitarian aid, helping children, fighting poverty, which do not cover the financing of the assistance of other funds around the world, and promote the development of other funds, and we also help them.

Participants and Board of Trustees

William Sultenfuss II
Chair Elect (Sultenfuss Ltd)
Patrick Moraites
Secretary (Chief Financial Officer)
John Lowry
Senior Advisor (Lowery Allstate Agency)
David Miller
Account Executive, CBS Outdoor
Marion Sultenfuss Hanlon
Membership Committee Chair (Sultenfuss Ltd)
Sabrina Caras
Development Committee Chair
Jennifer Versaggi
Strategic Planning Committee Chair
Mudra Kumar, M.D.
Hospital Community Relations Chair

Our Trustees

David Butcher
Worked for over 30 years in the NatWest/RBS Group mostly focusing on asset finance and spent 10 of those years working for the bank in Germany.
Jim McCarthy
Qualified as a Chartered Accountant, and held a number of board level positions within leading manufacturers.
Mark Hopton
Mark is also Deputy Chairman of Birmingham City University and Chairman of Governors at Solihull School. Mark has enjoyed a diverse and rewarding career with the global business advisory firm KPMG.
Dr Sarindar Singh Sahota OBE
With many years’ experience of business, Sarindar currently sits on the Community Advisory Board of the University of Birmingham, chairs the Quality Board for Adult Social Care of Birmingham City Council, a member of the Smethwick Delivery Board and Trustee of Nishkam Schools Trust.
Bob Judges
Bob started his career in public service in the East End of London and gained practical experience across all aspects of local government policy, practice and engagement with the local community.
Roysten Foster
Having trained at Beatties in Wolverhampton Vivien then joined Allders Department Stores, subsequently becoming a sales and product training consultant.

Executive Directors

Toby Porter
Chief Executive. Toby was a global civil society representative at the Annual Meeting in Davos of the World Economic Forum in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In June 2014, Toby accepted an invitation to join the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Population Ageing for 2014-16. Toby has an undergraduate and post graduate degree from Oxford University. He is married, with two daughters and son.
Sonia Rees
A member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance Accountancy, Sonia worked for 28 years in the public sector, the last ten years at director level, before joining Acorns. She has a track record for improving financial management across an organisation in support of strategic goals such as Acorns priority for growth in Care services.
Louise Arnold
Louise has put her career in sales and marketing within the private sector to make an impact in the third sector, initially working within national fundraising at Macmillan Cancer Support then followed by the RSPCA. Louise is now responsible for fundraising, marketing and the Acorns Trading Company.
Janet Thomas
A qualified MBTI Practitioner, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and a Birmingham JP, Janet has worked in HR for many years across a range of industries including the retail, finance and engineering sectors. She has broad experience in all areas of people management with particular interest in strategic HR and Learning Development.

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