WTMF is developing and expanding!

Building on the success of many collaborations we have supported over the past ten years, WTMF is taking time to pause, reflect and consider what a new and improved version of collaborative funding and wider support could look like.

We plan to become a proactive funder, offering donations to collaboration across the country. We will no longer be accepting applications. Thank you to Bede Martin who has been the backbone of WTMF for the past seven years, supporting the committee and many of the collaborations we have funded. We wish Bede all the very best in his retirement.

Adrienne Thompson, former CEO of the Hugh Green Foundation and WTMF committee member, will be acting as interim manager of WTMF for six months. Adrienne will help developed and implemented the new way of working.

Watch this space for a new look WTMF! We hope to be proactively seeking collaborations by September 2021. Look forward to working with you all very soon!

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