Anjool Malde Memorial Trust

Anjool (Jools) Maldé  
7th July 1984 - 5th July 2009

Welcome to the home page '' devoted to Jools
and his Trust (the AMMT)!

The Trust was set up to keep alive Jools’ legacy of
a kindred and enlivened spirit that lit up so many
lives and inspired and helped others to make most of
their talents. Jools  lived a short but rich and memorable
life and the Trust puts in place a positive force with which
to celebrate his life rather than bemoan his loss,  much
as this is difficult to do for his parents who have lost
the most – the only – precious thing in their lives.


Throughout his life Anjool 'Jools' Maldé
supported many endeavours and charitable causes as rich in
diversity as his own interests and talents.
The AMMT is embarked
on a number of initiatives and awards that reward, inspire and
promote bright new talent as a legacy to his memory




the winner of the 2016 Jazz Prize
featured on BBC Radio 3 Jazz Now on the 11th November 2016 
and perfomed at the Barbican Freestage 
on 12 
November as part of  
the 2016 London Jazz Festival

(photos & citations under Beneficiaries)

Jazz Prize
(co-hosts Guildhall School of Music & Drama) 
Helena Kay (Saxophonist)

Scholarship: for academic excellence and citizenship

(co-hosts St Peter’s College, Oxford in association with the Anjool Maldé Endowment)
Alice Skinner, Alice Robinson, Anna Harris, 
Barnaby Wynter and Isobel Cavan

Enterprise & Innovation Award 
(co-hosts Young Enterprise)
Louis Summers
of Loughborough College, MD of EZ Fitness, a start-up
company for its product launch of an easy fit weightlifting device

Photography Award
(co-hosts Stockton Arts – Stockton Council – and the Cleveland College of Art & Design)
Rachel Deakin (fine art)

Jodie Blackburn (commercial) 

Liam Carr 
(graphic design - Dean Broderick Memorial Award)

Journalism Award
(co-hosts POLIS, LSE):
Joelle Eid 

For Past Winners go to Beneficiaries



To make a donation - THANK YOU! - you can send a bank transfer to A/C no. 11171255, sort code 162524 or send a cheque payable to "Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust" to The Royal Bank of Scotland, 22 Albert Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 1PR (UK)

 Distinguished Musical Talent of the Year

2010: Anjlee Desai, Singer and performer
2011: Kiran Hungin,    singer and performer
2012: Soumik Datta, instrumentalist and performer

2013: Jazz Prize
Daniel Harding Israelsen

2014: Jazz Prize
Will Glaser 

2015: Jazz Prize
Matt Davies

2016: Jazz Prize
Helena Kay

Anjool Malde Memorial Trust

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