News - The Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation

News - The Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation

The Trustees of The Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle
Wolfson Foundation are pleased to announce that the
grants to-date amount to £4,995,310 of which:

£3,271,332 was for medical research into
preventative medicine and £1,723,978 into wellbeing.

Applications for Grants are now being considered for 2016/2017

The Foundation is aiming to be the forerunner in assisting preventative medicine
and wellbeing in order to support and promote excellence in these fields

The Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation is supporting research in

UK universities that strengthen the evidence base for wellbeing research in health.

Further Information and Applications


Projects we have sponsored and funded:


New access programmes at the British Museum

The Stroke Association Lectureship Award

King’s College London PhD project - Asthma, Allergy & Lung Biology

The Royal Academy of Arts - Tailored workshops for SEN schools

The Science Museum - Early Birds

Norwood - Sensory gardens at Ravenswood

National Portrait Gallery - Accessible Programme and Resources

Royal Opera House - The Mad Hatters’ dance-off

Tate Modern - Special educational needs artist-led workshops

The Royal College of Physicians' - Future Hospital Programme

The National Gallery - Explore It!

Victoria and Albert Museum - Age UK: Art & Expression

Deaf Unity - V&A Pop-up Performance

Cancer Research UK – Major Donor

The Royal Society - Brian Mercer Feasibility Award

Mousetrap Theatre Projects - The Wind in the Willows Relaxed Performance

Heart n Soul

RNIB - Posterior vitreous detachment information

Royal College of Art – HELIX Design Studio Healthcare Innovation

Royal College of Surgeons - Research Fellowship

The Royal College of Physicians' - Young adults and adolescents transition project

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Alcohol Health Alliance UK

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Diabetes UK

Royal Albert Hall - Transforming Lives Through Music

Evelina London Children's Hospital - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Tommys - Prematurity Research

Nordoff Robbins