Sir William Beveridge Foundation

Sir William Beveridge Foundation

Charity information

Sir William Beveridge Foundation

Sir william Beveridge Foundation was set up in honor of Sir William Beveridge who wrote the 1942 report in the United kingdom. The charity is working to assist vulnerable people in the UK and abroad.

Founded 2006

  • Mission statement

    The Sir William Beveridge Foundation is a UK-based international charity that seeks to alleviate poverty and suffering, particularly experienced by vulnerable elderly people, in the UK and overseas through the initiation and operation of practical projects around its core concerns of health and social care, economic empowerment and education.

    The Foundation has established an operations office in Dhaka, Bangladesh where, as well as establishing a free homecare service for vulnerable elderly people using locally-employed and in-house trained care staff, is currently devising a strategy to raise awareness of diagnosis and care for people with dementia in that country in conjunction with local and international partners.

  • Aims

    Sir William Beveridge Foundation aims to:

    • The Foundation bases its work on the initiation and delivery of practical projects under three principal areas:- health and social care,empowerment for women through social care and education.
  • Overview

    Established: April 2006

    Registered Charity Number: 1116923

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 125

    Part time staff: 75

    Volunteers: 250

    Phone number: 447903162688

    Address: 103 Cranbrook Road, Ilford, Essex IG1 4PU

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  • Beveridge Education and Training

    Foundations School in Dhaka. It is a non-profit concern and will provide destitute and un... More
  • Beveridge Economic Empowerment

    The Sir William Beveridge Foundation believes in the principle of helping people to help t... More
  • Beveridge Health and Social Care

    To provide a free Homecare service for the elderly people of Bangladesh who have no access... More