I first got involved with the Philip Green Memorial Trust in 1998, as one of the many Patrons. At the time, I was a senior officer in the Royal Air Force and with Cyril’s Royal Air Force background a close friendship soon developed. Cyril was a remarkable and inspirational man whose focus was helping disadvantaged children; I am delighted to undertake the role as Chairman and will ensure that the work and ethos of the Paskin Children’s Trust would have made Cyril proud.
I joined the committee of what was then the Philip Green Memorial Trust in 2004 and has been materially involved in the creation of The Paskin Childrens Trust.I have been Chairman of the Boxing Dinner since 2010, which is the main fundraising event for the Trust.
I joined the committee of PCT several years ago as I wanted to give something back to other children that may not be as lucky and healthy as my own children. As a young boy growing up, i was always aware of other children with disabilities and the trouble they had to live a normal life, joining the committee has enabled me to assist in finding ways to help other children less fortunate than my own
Founder of aldgate gallery framing. I have been with the charity since its inception in the 1970's with Phillip Green. I continued my role with Cyril Paskin at the Philip Green Memorial Trust and now with The Paskin Children's Trust
Board Director of Goldschmidt & Howland with an interest in publishing and media. Having been involved in the charity for fifteen years in it's previous guise I am thrilled it has been renamed to celebrate Cyril's life and his amazing efforts. I am delighted to be able to help others who are less privileged.
I am an electrical wholesaler by trade and have a wonderful family my children mean everything to me and I find it so upsetting that there are so many children who struggle to maintain a normal life . I am on this committee to raise money to help disabled and less fortunate children , To try and bring some happiness to their world.
Robert Vegoda inherited his passion for film from his father Joe. With a career spanning more than three decades, he is managing director of a portfolio of businesses across property, commercial film production and private videography. Above all, Robert is a family man and has three children with his wife Dina. Robert has been actively involved in the community for many years and likes to keep time aside to help with charity work. He believes all who are able have a responsibility to help others in whatever they can. Robert's way, he says, “is through the art of film and being able to open people’s eyes to the causes that really matter.”