Damon Courtenay Memorial Endowment Fund (DCMEF)
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The Damon Courtenay Memorial Endowment Fund (DCMEF) was established by Bryce Courtenay and the late Benita Courtenay in memory of their son, Damon. The fund provides grants which can be used for the care, treatment, education and welfare for people with bleeding disorders and/or their families. Applications are encouraged from people of all ages who would benefit from receiving financial assistance for a project or activity. In the past applicants have received support for training and education, career development, personal development courses, conferences, and medical appliances and equipment to help people live more independently.
Applications are invited from people with bleeding disorders, their family members, or the representatives of recognised haemophilia organisations who may make applications on their behalf. People of all ages who would benefit from receiving financial assistance for a project or an activity are encouraged to apply.
The value of the grant varies depending on funds.
4th April 2013