The winter sports Foundation, like all charities relies on charitable donation in order to carry on the good work and help fulfill our aims. For the Personal Sports Funds, Whilst we do not charge parents and athletes anything to become a member, we do ask that if you are able to, you give a voluntary donation. For a years membership we would recommend between £20.00 – £50.00. But as mentioned, this donation is completely up to you. Please also remember to tick gift aid when you make the donation! You can donate easiest by clicking on the donate button on the right hand side of this page.
Nick created and managed one of the first UCITS registered funds in Luxembourg , overseeing the asset management options, administration and custodial work for that product. He developed his own investment research business in 1995 and a communications company in 2000. He has lectured throughout the UK , Europe and South Africa and worked with clients in the USA , UK , Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.
Nick is an integral part to the running of the charity and consults on the charities assets and charity model. He also enjoys skiing but doesn’t get to do as much as he used to or would like!
Dr Rob Whittleston
Rob is a keen winter sports enthusiast who plays ice hockey on a regular basis as well as skiing and trying to snowboard as often as his busy schedule allows him. He isn’t a conventional doctor as he is responsible for commissioning and subsequent management of a diverse range of scientific projects underpinning the safe and secure geological disposal of radioactive waste. A very clever person indeed!
He is good friends of the founders of the charity and was excited to be asked to be a part of it and hopefully make a difference to many young children.
Dr Richard Higgins
Sports Physician Richard is well renowned for his expertise in injury prevention and rehabilitation. He has treated and looked after some of the UK’s current great sport stars such a Olympic Gold Medalists Jessica Ennis – Hill and Shelly Rudman. He is also the team doctor for Sheffield Wednesday and former doctor to England U21 football team. He has worked all over the world and gained a vast knowledge. He is excited about helping the charity stand apart from most by being on hand to help the children involved.