A legacy from Adah Kay
Fobzu's director and trustees are extremely grateful to receive a legacy of £2000 that Adah Kay left to the charity.
Adah, who joined Fobzu as a trustee in 2010, was an anthropologist, an urban planner and a lifelong activist. Her career spanned academic teaching, research and evaluation, working in local authorities and in the non-profit and charity sector. She was also a Visiting Professor at the Cass Business School at City University, where she helped establish the Centre for Charity Effectiveness.
Adah had wonderfully diverse skills and interests, from project management and political activism, to writing plays, producing theatre and playing music. Fobzu is hugely indebted to the energy and commitment she dedicated to Palestinian education and we are very touched to learn of the legacy she left to assist Palestinian students and to raise awareness in the UK of the barriers to education for the young people of Palestine.
If you would like to learn more about leaving a legacy to Fobzu click here.
3 February 2017