The Bobby Moore Fund raises money for research into bowel cancer. Stephanie Moore MBE established the Bobby Moore Fund, in partnership with Cancer Research UK, in 1993. The Fund was set up in memory of Stephanie’s late husband, legendary footballer Bobby Moore, who sadly died from bowel cancer aged just 51.
This September the Booby Moore Fund head out to Brazil for 10 days to to construct a new school in the remote farming community of Corrente. The original school building collapsed in 2008, and since then the region has been in desperate need of a dedicated school building, including two classrooms, a kitchen and bathroom. Project Brazil promises to be an incredibly rewarding trip that will provide memories to last a lifetime.
Stephanie Moore MBE, Bobby Moore’s widow and founder of the Bobby Moore Fund, said: “I have taken part in several Projects and found them to be the most rewarding experiences of my life. The help that is being given in these remote areas is vital for the local people to be able to remain in their village, and the money raised through the participants’ fantastic fundraising efforts is hugely important to the work of the Bobby Moore Fund.”