Sparks Charity

Sparks is a leading medical research charity dedicated to funding pioneering research into wide ranging conditions and disabilities affecting babies, children and mums-to-be. Our mission is to have a practical and positive effect on the everyday lives of chldren by investing in high quality medical research.

Sparks Charity
3 Albert Embankment
Westminster Tower
London, London SE17SP
United Kingdom
+442070917750
http://www.sparks.org.uk

Chief Executive

Zillah Bingley

Management Team

Zillah Bingley, Colleen LaFontaine, Gudrun Moore, Claire Moore

Board of Directors

Jonathan Britton, Guy Gregory, Julian Wilkinson, Floella Benjamin, Trevor Brooking, Victoria Glaysher, David Mills, David Orr, Roger Uttley, Frank Van den Bosch, Helen Fridell, Simon Newell

Project Leaders

Madeleine Buckley

Mission

Sparks is a leading medical research charity dedicated to funding pioneering research into wide ranging conditions and disabilities affecting babies, children and mums-to-be. Our mission is to have a practical and positive effect on the everyday lives of chldren by investing in high quality medical research.

Programs

Sparks is helping to improve quality of life. Helping to support and strengthen the UK paediatric clinical infrastructure. Helping to inform UK best clinical practice. Funding research with potential to have global impact. Innovative research. Driving medical breakthroughs to patient benefit. Supporting research that gives families hope when they think there is none. We have committed over 8.5 million to vital research over the next three years.

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