Michael Charles Adams M.B.E. was a very special man. Born in 1938, he was one of those rare people who never missed an opportunity to put other’s needs before his own. His generosity, kindness and great sense of humour and humility made him a person that people were honoured to call a friend.
From the age of twenty until his death, Mick’s commitment and drive enabled him to continually raise thousands of pounds for charities. The Richard House Trust, Guide Dogs for the Blind and Great Ormond Street were just a few of the organisations that profited from Mick’s efforts.It was the success of these considerable contributions that culminated in Mick being honoured with an MBE in 2002.
His aim was to “make a difference” and that is what the MCA Trust has been set up to do.