Anjool (Jools) Maldé 7th July 1984 - 5th July 2009
Welcome to the home page 'anjool.org' devoted to Jools and his Trust (the AMMT)! The Trust was set up to keep alive Jools’ legacy of a kindred and enlivened spirit that lit up so many lives and inspired and helped others to make most of their talents. Jools lived a short but rich and memorable life and the Trust puts in place a positive force with which to celebrate his life rather than bemoan his loss, much as this is difficult to do for his parents who have lost the most – the only – precious thing in their lives.
JOOLS TALENT AWARDS
Throughout his life Anjool 'Jools' Maldé supported many endeavours and charitable causes as rich in diversity as his own interests and talents. The AMMT is embarked on a number of initiatives and awards that reward, inspire and promote bright new talent as a legacy to his memory
2016 AWARDS HAVE BEGUN - starting with the Jools Scholarship
Alice Skinner, Alice Robinson, Anna Harris, Barnaby Wynter and Isobel Cavan receiving the Jools Scholarship Award from Mark Damazer CBE, Master of St Peter's College Full list of 2016 Award Winners is imminent!
2015 AWARDS (Go to 'press releases' for the 2015 press release)
Jools Scholarship: for academic excellence and citizenship (Co-hosts St Peter's College, Oxford) Yan Wei Chan, Alexandra Halliday, Alice McAndrew, James McEvoy Stevenson, Luke Millar, Ayushi Nayak, Rachel Wright
Jools Award for Enterprise & Innovation: Start-up Company of the Year - 2015 (Co-hosts Young Enterprise) DEtour (Kingston University): Irene Canuti, Samriddhi Chakraborty, Felix Dornseifer, Min-Hsuan Liang, Olga Spasskaya
Jools Photography Award (Co-hosts Stockton Arts Development & Cleveland College of Art & Design) Darran Milburn (Fine Art Photography) Luke Anderson(Commercial Photography) Owen Smith(Graphic Design - Dean Brodwick Award Winner)
Jools Jazz Prize (Co-hosts Guildhall School of Music & Drama)
Jools Communications Award (Co-hosts Loughborough University Media Studies) Hiu-Yan (Yanni) Chow For Past Winners go to Beneficiaries
To make a donation - THANK YOU! - you can send a bank transfer to A/C no. 11171255, sort code 162524 or send a cheque payable to "Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust" to The Royal Bank of Scotland, 22 Albert Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 1PR (UK)