ANTHONY WALKER FOUNDATION
The Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) is a charity established by Anthony’s family following his tragic death in a racially-motivated attack in July 2005.
The mission of the Foundation is to promote equality and diversity through education, sport and arts events and to support law enforcement agencies and local communities to reduce hate crime and build safe cohesive communities.
The AWF is a small Charity (Reg 1117769 Company No. 05681883) with a national profile, its main activity is in the Merseyside area.
The AWF is led by a Board of Trustees including:
Dr Martin Carey (Chair) CEO of Hope University Business Gateway
Dr Richard Benjamin – Director of Liverpool International Slavery Museum
Mr Paul Knight – Housing Services Manager
Mr Robert Mailey – Case Manager Youth Offending Service
Mr Peter Brennan – Liverpool City Councillor
Mr Paul Parry – Child Support Worker
Ms Stephanie Walker – Teacher
Mr Ian McKenna - MSc Director of Development, Liverpool Hope University
Ms Gee Walker – Patron and Founder
Mr Graeme Sharp - Patron
Notary – supplied by Brabners Chafe Street Solicitors.
Jannine Antigha Mon - Wed
John Au (also Victim Support Worker) Wed - Fri
Ben Osu – Youth Worker
Cath Millan – Youth Worker
Ella Rose Farrar-Durrant - Youth Worker
Paula Finnigan - Youth Worker
Freddy Valley - Youth Worker
Tom Coates – Community Support & festival worker