QEF MOBILITY CENTRE USERS

please note both phone lines and email for QEF Mobility Centre are currently not working due to external technical issues.

Please do not leave a voice mail as we will not be able to access it. We expect to be able to answer calls tomorrow (Friday 8th March).

For general information on our mobility services please visit www.qef.org.uk/mobility 

wendy
QEF
17 June 2019
5-a-side football match

A very big thank you to everyone that took part in LOM architecture and design's 5-a-side football tournament in Shoreditch on 13th June. 19 teams took part in this years tournament and together they raised £10,000 for QEF's new Care and Rehabilitation Centre. 

wendy
QEF
10 June 2019
Janet Schmitt and Ben giving a talk to guests at the topping out event

In early June QEF celebrated ‘topping out’ on our new Care and Rehabilitation Centre in Leatherhead, Surrey and we asked QEF resident Ben Rycraft to play a star role in this event. This milestone event celebrated the £15 million development reaching it’s highest point and the imminent completion of the roof.  When the new state-of-art building opens in Spring 2020 it will be a centre of expertise for people with a wide range of disabilities, helping people to maximise their independence.

wendy
QEF
29 April 2019

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. 

 

 

wendy
QEF
29 March 2019

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. 

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