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  The Wolfson Foundation has today received an award from the Royal National Children’s Foundation in recognition of its contribution towards the RNCF’s work improving the educational opportunities of vulnerable young people in Britain. In December 2013 the Wolfso…

April 2015

The Art Fund has today announced the first five winners of the New Collecting Awards: a landmark programme investing in talented and dedicated curators to which the Wolfson Foundation has committed £150,000 over 2 years. The five award-winning curators will have t…

April 2015

The Wolfson Foundation is to donate a further £3 million over the next two years to improving university laboratory facilities in the UK through the Royal Society Wolfson Laboratory Refurbishment scheme, bringing the total committed to this programme to over £30 mi…

April 2015

Grants totalling £3 million have been awarded to museums and galleries across England through the DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund. The announcement was made today by the Culture Secretary, Sajid Javid, as he visited the Gloucester Waterways Muse…

February 2015

The Wolfson Foundation has announced new grants, awarded in December 2014, totalling over £8 million. Details of the awards may be found in the respective programme area: Science & Medicine, Health & Disability, Secondary Education and Arts & Humanities…

February 2015

An exciting opportunity exists to join the staff of the Wolfson Foundation in the newly created role of Partnerships & Communications Manager. Further information can be found in the job advert. Applications should be made by email (attaching a cover letter ad…

January 2015

The Wolfson Foundation has announced new grants, awarded in June 2014, totalling over £14 million. Details of the awards may be found in the respective programme area: Science & Medicine, Health & Disability, Secondary Education and Arts & Humanities. M…

August 2014

The two winners of this year's Wolfson History Prize, Professor Cyprian Broodbank and Professor Catherine Merridale, can now be heard talking about their winning books and their experience of winning the Prize in a podcast produced by the BBC History Magazine. Th…

June 2014

The winners of the Wolfson History Prizes (for books published in 2013), were today announced (2nd June) as:  Catherine Merridale for Red Fortress: The Secret Heart of Russia's History (Allen Lane) Cyprian Broodbank for The Making of Middle Sea: A History of th…

June 2014

The Wolfson Foundation has announced new grants, awarded in December 2013, totalling £13 million. Details of the awards may be found in the respective programme area: Science & Medicine, Health & Disability, Secondary Education and Arts & Humanities.

February 2014