Providing Facilities for Leukaemia Patients and their Families
  • The Karen Morris Memorial Trust was set up in June 1999 to continue the fundraising initiative of a 23 year old student who passed away on 18th September 1998, just one year after being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia.

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    On Jan 28th 2016, Sylvia Morris our Chairperson received national recognition for the work of the charity. Sylvia was awarded the British Citizens Award at the House of Lords.

    Sylvia with Will Gore, deputy editor of the i newspaper
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    Two Trustees Debby (Karen's sister) and Lindsey are running the Cambridge Half Marathon. Please sponsor: www.justgiving.co.uk/debby
    andlindseyhalfmarathon

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    Ride London 100 - The KMMT has a golden bond for this annual sponsored cycle event along the 2012 Olympic route. If you are interested for 2016, please contact Sylvia.

    David (on left) who completed the London 100 for the KMMT in 2013
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    Have you stayed at one of our Karen's Homes from Home? We would really like to hear about the support it provided. Visit our Guestbook to write your testimony.

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    The 4th Karen's Home from Home opened at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham on 1st December 2014.

    The brand new living room at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
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    Tickets are already on sale from Sylvia (info@kmmt.org.uk) for the 19th KMMT Supper Quiz on 10th April 2016 - £25 if booked and paid for by 10th March otherwise £27.50.

    2015 winning team, could this be you in 2016?
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    All KMMT Golden Bond places for London Marathon 2016 are now taken; if you have an individual entry, consider running for us; full support package will be provided.

    Please contact us if you would like to run as a member of the KMMT's Golden Bond in a future London Marathon.
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    Can you interest your local/child's school to choose the KMMT as their charity of the year?

    Debby Jepps (nee Morris) talking at St John's College School, Cambridge

Providing Facilities for Leukaemia Patients and their Families.

The Karen Morris Memorial Trust was set up in June 1999 to continue the fundraising initiative of a 23 year old student who passed away on 18th September 1998, just one year after being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia.

From Our Patrons

"Karen was an inspiring individual and a friend, and I'm proud to be a Patron of the KMMT."

Matt Lucas

"The work of the KMMT continues to transform the experience of blood cancer sufferers."

Professor Charles Craddock
DPhil, MRCP, MRCPath