Charity


Gordon Morrison’s Charity work has spanned 20 years involving the creation of CLIC Sargent through a merger of two charities creating the largest childhood cancer support charity, the development of a new charity, World Child Cancer and more recently taking over as President of Stort Valley Rotary.


Our Charity Groups

World Child Cancer increases access to curative and palliative treatments for vulnerable children, and improves the support for families provided at the hospitals and at home.

World Child Cancer supports children with cancer in the developing world. This charity is now delivering into 16 countries in the World and supports the treatment of 6,000 children annually. Gordon is currently Chairman of World Child Cancer Global which co-ordinates the global work of the charity and encourages and supports the establishment of World Child Cancer Charities in countries outside the UK.

worldchildcancer.org
worldchildcancer.us




Helping Herts is a registered charity focussed on offering much-needed support to good causes in Hertfordshire. It is sponsored by Stort Valley Rotary Club* and Gordon Morrison, who have extensive experience over the last twenty years supporting people in great need.

In 2021 Helping Herts supported Hertfordshire Citizens Advice and Hospices. A figure of £202,196 was raised. This impressive amount was raised through corporate donations, charity fundraisers, and direct donations.

In 2022 Helping Herts is supporting the theme of child and young person’s welfare.  There are twelve amazing charities in Hertfordshire involved:

NSPCC
Grove Cottage
Coram Life Education
Home Start Hertfordshire
Carers in Hertfordshire
Phoenix Group For Deaf Children and Young Adults
Herts Young Homeless
PlaySkill
For Baby’s Sake
Riding for the Disabled
Hertfordshire Mind Network
The Ollie Foundation

As part of the campaign this year Gordon Morrison and Jim Tatchell (both founders of Helping Herts) successfully completed a 180-mile Hertfordshire Way charity walk over a two week period and raised £50,000 for the twelve charities (pictured above at the end of their epic walk).

Later in the year each of the individual twelve charities will be walking a section of the Hertfordshire Way to raise more money – the date is set for Saturday 24th September.

Visit www.helpingherts.com for more information on Helping Herts.

*If you are interested in finding out more about Stort Valley Rotary visit www.stortvalleyrotary.com or email [email protected]


The Chaldean Charitable Trust

Gordon and his wife are Trustees of The Chaldean Charitable Trust. The charity makes grants to registered charities, particularly those which work with and for the benefit of children.