Sir James Cameron Remembered

Sir James' grandson, Alastair has written an article in St Andrews in Focus. 

Last year's figures are signed and delivered

We're pleased to announce that we have now finalised the 2017 Annual Trustees Report & Financial Statements.  Following a large deficit of income over expenditure in 2016, last year's figures were a lot more balanced. 

We would like to thank those of you who gave donations and continue to support us year-on-year.   We would never want to be in the situation that we have not got the funds to assist tthe GPs who are in desparate need of help.

Introducing our new Chief Executive

Adrian Mumford has joined the Fund as our new Chief Executive. Until recently Adrian has been CEO and Diocesan Secretary at The Diocese of Europe and brings with him thirty years of professional experience, which combines hands-on administration and high level management.

David Harris, who will be leaving us at the end of May, originally joined the Fund in November 2006.  Trustees greatly thank him for his  commitment and hard work in forwarding the aims of the Fund over the past decade.


Fund's Chair thanks LMCs for their valuable support

Following our tea party and the collection held at the Conference Dinner on the 8 March, Dr Gary Calver was able to give a short speech at the Conference the next day. Click here to read his letter.

Invitation to join us tomorrow

The Cameron Fund are holding a Tea Party in Liverpool on Thursday afternoon (8 March).  If you have time to spare before the LMC Conference Dinner in the evening, you'll find us at the Jury's Inn hotel, 31 Keel Wharf, L3 4EN at 4pm.

Don't worry if you can't make, you can always stop by the Fund's stand at the Conference on Friday. We hope to see you there!  See the invitation here.

10th Anniversary Conference of the NHS Practitioner Health Programme

The two-day International Practitioner Health Summit 2018: The Wounded Healer will take place on the 4 & 5 October at The Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB.

We're working towards being GDPR compliant

From 25 May this year the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply and will impact on many areas of the Fund's work. 

It will introduce a wide-ranging and significant changes to UK data protection legistlastion, which governs the way in which organisations collect, use and process personal data. 

The Cameron Fund has three data subject groups: Applicants/Beneficaries, Donors and Members and we will need a record of evidence to demontrate complience with GDPR for each data subject, in each area of the Fund's activities, is a necessary requirement.