The Robert Sinclair Davidson Foundation is a charity offering financial support to young couples and families who have been affected by life threatening and terminal illnesses.
Robert was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2015, at the age of 33. A sports fanatic, Robert used to go to the gym four times a week with his wife Sariet, and loved playing squash and football. Despite the loss of mobility in his limbs, and no longer being able to speak, Robert used his wheelchair and computer to continue working as a lawyer and remain socially active as ever. Within a year of his diagnosis, Robert and Sariet were blessed with a beautiful baby daughter, Maya Belle. Robert passed away in December 2016, after an illness fought with great courage, dignity and humour.
We aim to fulfil Robert’s enduring wish to help other young couples and families going through similar circumstances to take back some control in their life. Living with a terminal illness, or caring for someone who is, can put a strain on finances. A serious illness or terminal diagnosis can affect everything. From help with money worries and grants for specialist equipment to providing some much needed respite, The Robert Sinclair Davidson Foundation exists to provide financial support to those who need it the most.
The Robert Sinclair Davidson Foundation believe passionately that life doesn’t end when illness begins.
The Robert Sinclair Davidson Foundation Team