Jamie Gardiner Award

Andrew Croft Memorial Fund

Maintained by Robert Gardiner.
This page expires on: 17 January 2019.
£ 29,066.51
£ 32,167.44
£ 30,000.00

Please join me in supporting:

Andrew Croft Memorial Fund

Registered Charity No.1078106

This appeal is dedicated to the memory of Jamie Gardiner who died aged 22 on 2nd January 2017 in the mountains of Norway.

The Andrew Croft Memorial Fund exists to promote co-operation, team spirit, scientific understanding and the development of leadership qualities and skills in young people. It supported Jamie's expeditions in Greenland and Spitsbergen.

The ACMF is kindly establishing the "Jamie Gardiner Award", an annual award for an individual applicant headed for the Arctic (or, more rarely, the Antarctic) and success will be based on the endeavour, enterprise and commitment to science or research displayed in the application for funds.

We believe that it would be hard to find something closer to Jamie's heart, ambitions and values.

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Recent Donations:
For Jamie - and his spirit of adventure and love of the wild, from Robert, Julia, Lily, Tom and Will Macfarlane
Robert on 26 January 2017
In memory of dear Jamie, with love from all the Mumfords
Kate on 26 January 2017
With love to you all, and in memory of a fantastic man.
Anonymous on 25 January 2017
Anonymous on 25 January 2017
With love and deepest sympathy, from the O'Hanlon family
Polly on 25 January 2017
Anonymous on 25 January 2017
In memory of your dear son Jamie, with deepest condolences, Liz Drayton and Kiernan Ryan
Elizabeth on 24 January 2017
In memory of dear Jamie, and thinking of his lovely family and all his many good friends.
Alison on 24 January 2017
In memory of Jamie, that you may continue to inspire those who follow in your footsteps
Anonymous on 24 January 2017
Our thoughts go out to Robert and his family. From Reana and Ying (MECBC)
Wing Ying on 24 January 2017