Moose Memories

In memory of the man we all loved

Moose Memories

In memory of the man we all loved

Moose Memories

In memory of the man we all loved

Tom Moulton

Tom Moulton, or Moose as many knew him, tragically passed away at the age of 29 on Monday 27th July. Moose was a much-loved son, brother, uncle, grandson, nephew, colleague and a dear friend to many. He was a big character, with big presence and an even bigger heart, always giving time to those around him

Epilepsy Research UK

Tom suffered from epilepsy since he was a child but never allowed his condition to let him live anything but a full life. He never wanted to be treated differently and never made a fuss even when he’d been unwell. We want to help the underfunded work of Epilepsy Research UK, in the hope we may be able to support and assist the lives of those that suffer from it.

Southend YMCA

Housing and the issue of homelessness amongst vulnerable youngsters became a passion for Tom during his time working at Southend YMCA, he recognised the huge need in the area for suitable accommodation. He worked tirelessly to fundraise, increase awareness and housing provision for local young people.

We Need Your Help

We want to raise money for two charities, which will be split 50/50, to the much underfunded work of Epilepsy Research UK, and to continue Tom’s legacy at Southend YMCA to support homeless young people. Please find a donation box below if you would like to make a gift to these great causes or physical donations to: Guivers 416 Rayleigh Road Eastwood, SS9 5PT c/o Michael May.

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Raising awareness ahead of SUDEP day on Friday 23rd October

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Ahead of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) day, Tom’s mum Lee and friend Mike have aided Epilepsy Research UK to raise awareness of their work and the condition of Epilepsy. They have…

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