Following the meeting of the Trustees in December 2011, awards totalling over £13 million have been announced by the Wolfson Foundation.
The Wolfson Foundation announced an initiative in January 2011 to provide up to £20 million to support research into neurological diseases. The aim was to support outstanding research with the potential to provide significant advances in the understanding and treat…
A report by the Wolfson Foundation and DCMS celebrates eight years of joint funding for improvements to museums and galleries.
The Wolfson Foundation has announced a pilot programme of postgraduate scholarships in the humanities. Over £2 million will be available to fund twenty-seven scholarships at nine universities across the UK.
Following the meeting of Trustees in June 2011, awards totalling over £12 million have been announced by the Wolfson Foundation.
The winners of the Wolfson History Prize (2010) were announced at a reception on 7 June 2011.
The Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund was established in 2000. Since then £36 million has been allocated for the refurbishment of gallery space. The programme is jointly funded by the Wolfson Foundation and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Grants a…
Up to £20 million is to be invested in research into neurological diseases, in what will be the largest single initiative in the Foundation's history.
Following the meeting of Trustees in December 2010, awards totalling over £10 million have been announced by the Wolfson Foundation.
The Wolfson Foundation's new £500,000 fund for cathedral fabric repairs (in partnership with the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England) has announced that six successful cathedrals (out of 18 applicants) are to receive grants towards major projects. The successf…