Our mission statement is "to inspire and support others to achieve and reach their full potential through the love of sport and performance".
The Chloe & Liam Together Forever Trust raises money from events and gives grants to support young people living in North East England to reach their potential, in the fields of Sport & Performance, by assisting with costs for auditions, exams, coaching qualifications, equipment, or travel expenses, at the beginning of their career Applications form on our website. The Chloe and Liam Together Forever’ trust’s mission statement is,”to inspire and support others to achieve and reach their full potential through the love of sport and performance”. On May 22, the world was horrified by a senseless attack on Manchester arena, just minutes after Ariana Grande had finished her show, and fans were leaving the arena to head home. 22 people lost their lives that evening and over 500 more were injured. Among those that tragically lost their lives were 17-year- old Chloe Rutherford and her 19-year-old boyfriend Liam Curry from South Shields. It takes amazing strength and courage to in the face of a senseless tragedy to be able to want help others but Chloe and Liam’s loved ones were determined to do something positive in their memories, so they created the”The Chloe and Liam Together Forever’ trust. Chloe and Liam’s parents, Mark and Lisa Rutherford and Caroline Curry were given the special recognition award at the Pride of Britain: Pride of the North East Awards earlier this year in recognition for all the hard work they’ve put into the trust. Before they collected the award Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards who are 2/4 of Little Mix and also both from South Shields, paid tribute to the families in a video and work they have been doing within South shields since they started the trust.