Credits (these credits relate to supporters of: Anjool, his Trust, his Endowment, and his parents - our grateful thanks to all):
- The Trust is indebted to Lesley Wilson and Angela Davis, the co-trustees with Anjool's father Bharat, without whose help and support, freely given despite their busy professional day jobs, the Trust would not be able to run. It is likewise indebted to the Trust's many supporters and co-host organisations involved with the Trust Awards. A number of Anjool's close friends provide help when called to, free of charge; the named ones below are only a small sub-sample, there are many, many others - they are a great help to keeping alive Jools' legacy and are a continuing comfort to Jools' parents.
- Gemma Shaw who acts as Advisor and editor for various Trust communications and also co-judged with Sophie Ridge of Sky News until recently the Journalism Award (now under review). Paul Williams. our Webmaster here who also sponsored the Trust website on the GroupSpaces platform that CEO Andy Wilson helped set up with co-CEO David Langer.
- Irra K, Barry Bagarathan, David Langer and many of Jools' friends who met together at Irra's call on the day of Jools' news who all expressed the wish for a Trust as a legacy to Jools' memory. They with many others also helped with the funeral
arrangements following Jools’ sad news back in July 2009,
- Ravi Chopra for providing the legalese to set up the Trust Deeds
- The Trustees of the ALMT, well-wishers and work colleagues for raising a sizeable amount of money for an Endowment to run at Jools’ College – St Peter’s (SPC), Oxford - to fund the annual Anjool Maldé Scholarship to run from 2011 onwards. Later, Deutsche Bank too made a donation into the Endowment.
- Mali S, Gemma Shaw, Ramon Kaur and several of Jools’ SPC contemporaries for liaising with SPC to host a Memorial Tea at Oxford in May 2010. They continue to act as key advisors; Gemma was also instrumental in getting key sponsorship for Jools’ July fund raising anniversary event and fronted the mini-event at St Peter's College on 9 July 2011 to unveil a plaque and launch the Jools Scholarship, St Peter's College for hosting the event and for launching the Scholarship.
- Darius Norell of Real World Magazine for hosting the Graduate of the Year Award in Jools’ name.
- Richard Powell whose press agency (http://www.presswire.com) issues various Jools-related press releases.
- Jamal Hirani of Tiffinbeats, Rishi Rich Productions and associates for hosting the highly successful memorial event in July 2010 raising over £1500 in ticket sales for the Trust.
- Helen Tucker for her Tees Valley 10km charity run in September 2010 and to her colleagues and Jools’ parents’ kind and generous friends and supporters in Yarm and Newcastle for raising nearly £1500 in total for the Trust.
- Melissa for raising £1600 for Jools' Trust on 11 September 2011 via a charity bikeride http://www.melissabike.blogspot.com/
- Isobel & Ed Stefanuik of Yarm for raising nearly £1000 by hosting a garden tea event on 16 August 2014. Thank you also to the many donors, supporters and well-wishers who all helped to make it a great success.
- Dimensions (www.dimensionsprint.co.uk) for supplying commemorative items for Jools’ Trust.
- County Print Cleveland for logo design and continuing help with Trust related artwork.
- Various donors like Omar for their generous collections and donations from 7 July 2009 onwards (amounts from £1000 to £20).
- Corporate Supporters: Deutsche Bank, the ALMT, Knowinnovation, Presswire (http://presswire.com), the RBS and Behavioural Prospects.