Jack O’Neill Memorial Fund

In aid of research into Amyloidosis

fundsIn 2006, one of our colleagues, Jack O’Neill died aged 44 from a rare disease called Amyloidosis. After he was diagnosed, Jack was treated at the National Amyloidosis Centre in the Royal Free Hospital London which is both the only specialist treatment centre for patients in the UK and a leading research institute for the condition.

Howe Robinson, with the support of Jack’s family, launched a memorial fund for Jack under the auspices of the UCL Amyloidosis Research Fund which itself operates under the umbrella of the UCL Development Fund, at University College London. Any money raised is applied directly supporting the research work of the institute and will be appropriately acknowledged as having been given in Jack’s memory.

The fund has been a tremendous success and in 2008 a new laboratory was opened by Jack’s wife in the Amyloidosis wing of the Royal Free Hospital in Jack’s memory.


By electronic bank transfer to:

GB Pounds Account name: Howe Robinson and Company Ltd
Account number: 15477789
Sort Code: 50-00-00
Swift code: NWBK GB 2L
Iban GB76: NWBK 5000 0015 4777 89
Reference: Jack O’Neill Amyloidosis Fund
US Dollars Account name: Howe Robinson and Company Ltd
Account number: 140/00/01983636
Sort Code: 50-00-00
Iban Bic: NWBK GB 2L
Iban: GB82 NWBK 6073 0101 9836 36
Reference: Jack O’Neill Amyloidosis Fund

By cheque in GB Pounds

payable to: ‘UCL Development Fund’
and send to: UCL Development Fund,
c/o Howe Robinson and Company Ltd
3rd Floor
40 Gracechurch Street

UK tax payers wishing to contribute via Gift Aid should complete the Gift Aid form. Please click here to download one. On completion please send it to Howe Robinson & Co Ltd.

We are most grateful for the donations received.