The Natalie Kate Moss Trust was setup in 2012 by the Moss family after the sudden death of Natalie; a sister, a daughter and a friend to many. Natalie died at the age of 27 after a sudden Brain Haemorrhage and the Trust aims to turn this tragedy into something positive and hope that Natalie's memory will live on through the many fundraising activities that take place each year.
After joining forces with Manchester University the trust offers students who have suffered a brain injury support to enable them to complete their degree. We know that the students ability to continue with their life following a brain injury is completely down to their incredible attitude towards life but to offer support to these students helps make an extremely challenging situation just that little bit easier.
The trust also supports groundbreaking research into Stroke at Manchester University who's vision is to improve outcome and prevent brain haemorrhage through interdisciplinary collaborative research involving both scientists and clinicians. With such limited resource going into Brain Haemorrhage research this work is absolutely vital and in the short life span of the trust there have been huge steps forward and with funding increasing year on year we will really make a difference.