Queen Elizabeth's Foundation For Disabled People

Queen Elizabeth's Foundation For Disabled People

Charity information

Queen Elizabeth's Foundation For Disabled People

Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) is a national disability charity, working with over 4,000 adults and children every year who have physical or learning disabilities or acquired brain injury. QEF services are wide-ranging; helping people in gaining new skills for living independently, offering wheelchair accessible holidays, providing assistive equipment, rebuilding a life affected by traumatic brain injury or acquiring the skills to drive a specially adapted car.

Founded 1934

  • Mission statement

    Our vision is that disabled people should have the same opportunities as everyone else to achieve their goals in life. Our objects are to provide disabled people with opportunities for rehabilitation, training, education, employments, treatments, convalescence, holiday and other needs.

  • Aims

    Queen Elizabeth's Foundation For Disabled People aims to:

    • To provide disabled people with neuro rehabilitation following an acquired brain injury.
    • To provide residential accommodation for disabled people to support them into independent living.
    • To provide mobility assessments and equipment for driving, wheelchairs and other travel needs.
  • Overview

    Established: November 1934

    Registered Charity Number: 251051

    Board members: 14

    Full time staff: 173

    Part time staff: 82

    Volunteers: 400

    Phone number: 01372841120

    Address: Leatherhead Vourt, Woodlands Road, Leatherhead KT22 0BN

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • Care and Rehabilitation Centre

    This landmark capital project will enable QEF to offer a state-of-the-art neuro-rehabilita... More