A massive thank you to each of our 14 London Marathon runners and everyone who has supported and sponsored them. Together you have raised over £35,000 for QEF which is incredible. You are enabling disabled people of all ages to benefit from practical, life-changing support and care. Hopefully your legs aren't aching too much and you enjoyed the day as much as we did.
Gender Pay Reporting Statement: April 2018
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation employs over 250 people and is required by law to provide a Gender Pay Report based on hourly earnings for all full and part time workers as at 5 April every year.
The Gender Pay Gap
The gender pay gap is the percentage difference between the hourly earnings for men and women. The figure is expressed as a proportion of men’s earnings. A positive figure indicates men’s earnings are higher than women’s earnings.
Press Release 14 January 2019 - Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People
Charity makes unique film available to help disabled air travellers
UK charity Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) is addressing issues faced by wheelchair users when travelling by air, through the launch of a unique film ‘Your Guide to Flying with a Disability’.
A massive thank you to our special guests Adam Hills, Henri Leconte, Andrew Castle and everyone that came along to support QEF at our inaugural Centre Court Dinner at the famous All England Tennis Club at Wimbledon.
The funds raised will go towards our new Care and Rehabilitation Centre for people with acquired brain injuries and other disabilities.
We were privileged to hold this event in such a special location, with such amazing guests.