The James Phillips Foundation was established in 2015 as a ‘small’ charity with the purpose of sponsoring good causes related to Architecture.
The foundation will receive funds directly from the Phillips family and from donations made to the charity for the distribution of the photographs taken by James which are available through the Exhibition and catalogue ‘Still I be
a Traveller’ and also available online on the James Phillips foundation website. James was passionate about architecture, photography
and travel and the Foundation is creating travel prizes, which will be awarded annually to deserving students.
The Foundation has already made a significant donation to the Little Hall project at Prestwood Infants School and is working on a Red Kites Installation for Amersham with the artist/ blacksmith Nicholas Packham.
The four trustees of the Foundation are Graham, Diane, Daniel and Jacqui Phillips and it is based at Skywood House, Halings Lane, Denham , Uxbridge. UB9 5DQ and can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All donations received by the James Phillips foundation will be 100% passed on by the Charity to good causes related to Architecture,
in particular for the three travel prizes established at the Universities of Kingston and Westminster and at the office where James worked.
To request a Digital Image just email email@example.com the reference number(s) of the image(s) you would like and we will email you the digital file which you can then print and frame at any size and style you prefer.
Donations can be made by cheque to the James Phillips foundation and posted to:
The James Phillips Foundation, Skywood, Halings Lane, Denham, Uxbridge , UB9 5DQ or by Bank transfer.
For the Foundation's bank account details to make a transfer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The account details can also be found in the Exhibition catalogue.
Alternatively donations can be made direct to C.R.Y Cardiac Risk in the Young on their website www.c-r-y.org.uk
Please confirm the donation is in the memory of James Phillips and that the donation is for his photograhs . He is listed as a fundraiser for this important organisation.