THE WORK WE DO

The Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation was founded so that we could make a positive impact on as many people, post-injury, as possible.

Unfortunately, many who suffer debilitating injuries or medical negligence are unable to claim financial compensation, which can further turn their world upside down if they’re unable to work or support themselves as a result of the damage.

For those people, the Charitable Foundation can be a lifeline; a way to access support for their mental and physical health and wellbeing. At different times, people need support to deal with the many challenges they face after significant injury. The Charitable Foundation works hard to reach those people.

Norma Fraser, Charity Fund Manager

“For me personally, I feel we are supporting those that need it the most.  

The Foundation is all about helping individuals and their families find happiness and fulfilment after tragic experiences. 

The traumatic incidents that we see through our funding applicants are often extremely difficult for the individuals and their families to deal with, so the support we provide isn’t just physical. Whilst funding things like physio sessions, prosthetics, mobility aids, etc, is a big part of what we do, we also have a huge focus on providing mental support and care.

It’s really a lifeline for people who don’t qualify for help elsewhere.”

The Foundation’s efforts are focused on enhancing life after life-changing injury for as many people as possible providing support for a range of circumstances and needs.

Examples may include supplying equipment to facilitate an ambitious worker in their return to work after a brain injury, to helping a teenage girl with a spinal injury to learn to walk again by funding her rehab programme. The Foundation even supports projects for disadvantaged young people, delivering them access to creative arts for the first time in their lives.

The support the Foundation provides can be truly life-changing for the beneficiaries who have been denied support elsewhere despite their debilitating circumstances.