The Fisher Foundation

 

The Fisher Foundation has been established by Fisher Engineering as a permanent memorial to the lives of Bertie, Mark and Emma Fisher who died following an air accident on the 21st January 2001. It seeks to commemorate Bertie and Mark's interest in rallying and Emma's commitment to Christian service overseas by supporting those involved in these areas today.
 
The Fisher Foundation will assist:
 

1. Voluntary Work Overseas

 
Young people via a bursary award towards carrying out voluntary work overseas. Financial support towards the work of the Leprosy Mission, Trocaire and the Church Missionary Society.
 
Closing date for applications is 28th February annually.
 
How to Apply:
 
Application Process: 
 
In writing to:
The Director,
Fermanagh Trust,
Fermanagh House,
Broadmeadow Place,
Enniskillen,
Co Fermanagh
BT74 7HR
 
Name of Group
Name of Application / Person to contact
Address
Telephone Number
Email
Trip Destination
Purpose of Overseas Work
Dates / Duration
Costings of trip
Amount requested
 
 
 

2. Development of Motor Sport Safety Initiatives

 

Support to motor clubs and other relevant organisations to improve safety standards on rally events.

Over the last three years the Foundation has made a significant investment in Rally School Ireland. This has resulted in the opening of the new 2000 sq ft Fisher Foundation Motorsport Safety and Road Safety Experience Centre in Scotstown, Monaghan. The purpose built Centre is designed to educate, increase drivers skills and to promote the principles of road safety, highlighting their responsibilities when driving and as passengers.

The Foundation is inviting applications this year. Closing date is Friday 17th May 2019.

How to Apply:

Application Process:

In writing to:
The Director,
Fermanagh Trust,
Fermanagh House,
Broadmeadow Place,
Enniskillen,
Co Fermanagh
BT74 7HR

 

 

 
Fisher Foundation Website:  www.fisher-foundation.com

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