Questions surrounding Captain Moore’s daughter and Charity.

Questions surrounding Captain Moore’s daughter and Charity.

Allegations Surrounding Captain Tom Moore’s Daughter and Charity

Allegations and financial details surrounding Captain Tom Moore’s daughter and the charity associated with her father have raised concerns and attracted attention.

Declining Donations Amidst Salaries and Expenses

Accounts reveal that Captain Tom Moore’s daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, received approximately £70,000 in salary and expenses from the charity established in her father’s name. This occurred as donations to the organization significantly declined. The beloved World War Two veteran had raised £38 million for the NHS at the start of the pandemic in 2020 but tragically passed away in 2021.

Charity Commission’s Inquiry and Impact

Hannah and her husband Colin Ingram-Moore faced criticism for their alleged management of the charity, prompting the Charity Commission to initiate a statutory inquiry. The inquiry aimed to investigate decisions that might have led to significant profits for a company associated with the couple. The report in question indicates that the Charity Commission’s intervention had a substantial adverse impact on the charity’s ability to raise new funds.

Financial Details and Expenses

Accounts for The Captain Tom Foundation reveal that Hannah Ingram-Moore received a salary of £63,750 until the previous year and was also paid £7,602 in expenses. Concurrently, the charity’s income over 18 months was less than half of the previous 12-month figure, decreasing from £1.096,526 to £402,854.

Challenges in Recruiting Trustees and CEO Replacement

The ongoing Charity Commission investigation posed challenges in recruiting new trustees for the charity, with potential candidates withdrawing their applications. Additionally, the inquiry led to the removal of the charity’s chief executive, Jack Gilbert, after just four months in the role. Payment channels were closed during the inquiry’s duration.

Continued Relationship with the Ingram-Moores’ Company

The charity maintained a financial relationship with one of the Ingram-Moore’s companies, with Hannah Ingram-Moore receiving a salary of £63,750 while serving as chief executive until April of the previous year. Colin Ingram-Moore, a trustee of the Foundation, received expenses of £7,602, an increase from £1,686 in the previous year, for general travel and administration expenses.

Rent Payments and Donations

During the period covered by the accounts, the charity paid £24,206 in rent to the Ingram-Moore’s company, Matrix Group Limited, for rent and telephone costs. The report noted that the charity had granted £210,000 in donations to various causes, including MINDS Trust and The Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.

The Charity Commission’s Position

The Charity Commission declined to provide a comment due to the ongoing inquiry into the Captain Tom Foundation.

Allegations of an Unauthorized Extension

Previously, Captain Tom’s family faced allegations of constructing an unauthorized spa pool complex extension at their £1.2 million home in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, using the Captain Tom Foundation’s name. A retrospective application for the building was refused by the planning authority, and an enforcement notice was issued for its demolition.

Credit for Awards and Controversy

Hannah Ingram-Moore faced criticism for claiming credit for Captain Tom Moore’s prestigious Points of Lights Award, which he received for his fundraising efforts during the pandemic. Allegedly, she used this award to promote her company, Maytrix, which she runs with her husband, Colin.

These developments have stirred controversy and discussions surrounding Captain Tom Moore’s legacy and the management of the charity established in his memory.

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