On February 22nd 2013, Henry Maybury lost his 29 year-old brother Tom to alcohol addiction after a battle lasting several years.
Recognising that multiple charities and support groups had helped Tom, Henry wanted to give something back by giving 100% of the proceeds from the sale of “Lost Days” to charity.
But rather than give the money to a single charity, the Lost Days Charitable Trust was set up and is governed by a special committee, elected to allocate the funds to multiple Addiction and Recovery charities globally.
Sally Maybury - Chairwoman for the Lost Days Charitable Aid Trust and mother to Tom and Henry Maybury
John F Kelly Ph.D. – Harvard University’s first Professor of addiction medicine and founder of the Recovery Research Institute.
Deirdre Boyd – Editor for the DB Recovery Resources daily newsletter, and cofounder of the European Symposia on Addictive Disorders
Canon Mark Oakley - Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral and a Visiting Lecturer of King’s College London
Barnaby Lenon- the former Head Master of Harrow School and Chairman of the Independent Schools Council (ISC)