We are raising funds for the following charities in Mark's memory. 

So far we have raised over £30,000.  We have also made some smaller donations to other charities with a common cause as well as payments direct to individual wounded service personnel and grieving parents who have lost babies at birth or infancy. 

As well as the 4 main supported charities of The Fund,we have made substantial donations to charities such as The Vetrans Charity,Bike Tours For The Wounded,Autism Awarness as wel as individual Children suffering with autism, Individual Severly Wounded Soldiers The Poppy Appeal, Irish Guards Boxing, Blind Veterans,Air Ambulance,St Johns Childrens Hospice, Talking to MINDS and we also send 'shoeboxes' of goodies on a regular basis to Afghanistan.   

For full details of where any funds raised go to, please contact us.

There are numerous ways you can help raise money - have a look at How You Can Help.

The Royal British Legion (Charity No 219279)
Providing welfare to the whole Armed Forces family, serving, ex-service and their dependants.

The Irish Guards Appeal (Charity No 247477)
Created to supplement existing regimental charitable funds, which are already fully committed.  They are continuously raising funds helping to assist all Irish Guards and their families affected by serious injury and disabilities.

Alder Hey Childrens Hospital ( Charity No 1049275)
An amazing hospital in Liverppol . Will benefit from our fundraising events helping raise money to provide much needed treatment and equipment for Children with life threatening illness and indeed children who are Terminally ill . 

SANDS - Stillbirth and Neonatal Death (Charity No 299679)
Our Mark and his parents Rita & Terry  were devasted when he lost his only Child,his baby son Archie  Mark described Archie as 'Born Sleeping'.Over 3 generations of our family have personally expirenced the heartbreak of stillbirth. Marks Parents have not only lost their one & only son,but a grandson too.Also Marks 3 Sisters, Laura, Kate & Jayne lost their first nephew.The Mark Burgan Memorial will support SANDS - raising money and awareness of stillbirth and neonatal death.