One of our roles is to help our clients extend their generosity beyond their families and loved ones to support causes or address issues that are important to them.  Whether that is through direct planned giving or via a family foundation or charitable trust we can help you make a difference and ensure your philanthropy has a lasting impact.

We try to reflect that generosity in our own way too and over the years FPC has supported many of our clients’ personal fund raising efforts and we continue to do so.

But we have also been committed to making a difference in our communities at home and abroad and allocate funds every year to a number of key initiatives, helping initially to get them off the ground and then supporting their work going forward.

Our focus now is to support grass roots programmes either directly or through the national network of Community Foundations so that in our small way we can make a real difference to people’s lives.

In addition to the organisations listed below, we have also supported a range of ad-hoc initiatives including Jen’s Friends (who make heart shaped pillows which provide comfort and protection following a mastectomy operation), The Brain Tumour Charity and Queenscourt Hospice.

Community Foundation for Merseyside

Part of a long established network, the Community Foundation for Merseyside helps individuals and organisations to support their local communities.

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House of Memories

Developed by National Museums Liverpool, the House of Memories dementia awareness programme is very close to our hearts, as many of our clients’ lives have been touched by the disease.

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The Mango Tree

The Mango Tree was founded by long-standing clients, William and Gail Fulton in 2003 as a humanitarian response to HIV & AIDS in southern Tanzania.

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MeCycle is owned and operated by the charity Autism Initiatives and includes a bike shop selling new and renovated bikes, a workshop and a cafe selling delicious locally sourced food and Fair Trade coffee.

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