Maimie Jane was founded in loving memory of Mary Jane Webster. The Charity was founded by her husband and two sons.
Mary was involved in a car collision on 31st January 2016; another driver lost control of his vehicle and collided with Mary’s. Mary spent the next seven weeks in intensive care recovering from massive head trauma, a broken neck, pelvis and other injuries. Mary suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday 20th March 2016 which she was unable to be revived from. Mary was 64 at the time and was looking forward to her imminent retirement with her family and friends. Mary was a Grandmother to three children at the time, now 4 children.
Mary was enrolled with the General Nursing Council on 12th June 1975 and operated as a Registered Nurse from this point onwards. Mary spent her entire career helping those in need. Mary was devoted to her family and to her work as a Nurse. Mary was kind, respectful and a truly wonderful person who inspired cheer and good-will in those that she met.
Mary was a born again Christian and a keen supporter and member of The Well Baptist Church in Retford, North Nottinghamshire. Mary (know as Maimie warmly as a child) was born in New Pitsligo, Aberdeenshire to her parents William & Verna Clark.
Our Charities initial aim is to support vulnerable women and children in Kakamega County, Kenya through medical support and administration.