The Dorothy Aromando Art Fund (registered charity 1169871)
The fund was set up by friends and family after Dorothy died in 2015.
She developed a rare cancer called Mesothelioma from exposure to asbestos - we have no idea where this exposure was from, but as asbestos is everywhere it could have been anywhere.
Dorothy was born and grew up in Newbury and her first love was art.
She drew everything that she saw, from landscapes, people, animals to flowers and vegetables that were on the menu in her restaurant The White Hart Inn, Hamstead Marshall, which she owned with her husband Nici for 22 years.
She used several mediums, from simple chalk on a blackboard used to write the specials board to watercolour, adaopting a very varied style throughout her life.