The Ebony Robinson Foundation has been set up by Adam Murry, chairman of the Murry Foundation after meeting 11 year old Ebony through the course of his charitable work whilst a director at AFC Bournemouth.
Ebony suffers from the debilitating disease Ataxia Telangiectasia (A.T.). During the course of his contact with her Adam bonded with Ebony and a firm friendship began, inspired by her bravery and positive outlook on life Adam set up the Ebony Robinson Foundation as a dedication to her and so that together they can help other children with A.T.
The Ebony Robinson Foundation is a small non-profit organisation. Our aim is to raise funds for children and young adults suffering from A.T. and similar illnesses.
The money raised will help to provide support for children and their families, specialist equipment and funding towards a wish list for affected children. We further aim to provide support to the A.T. Society in their search for a cure.