Medical support transforming lives

Medical support transforming lives

The Victoria Foundation was created in 2007 with charitable aims which are broad, but firmly medical with the overall aim of transforming lives where there is an opportunity to do so - either through medical provision or by ensuring that young people destined to become the future generations of doctors are not prevented from achieving this due to financial restrictions.

Our focus currently is on providing medical support and equipment in three key areas, which the Foundation’s trustees have identified as potential gaps in the provision by The State. This focus ensures that the charity can help transform the lives of those in most need.

The three key areas of TVF's focus: 

  • Mobility Aids for Children and Youngsters – helping them reach their potential.
  • Accessible Vehicles & Transport Costs – keeping our community connected.
  • Toolkit Grants and Bursaries – supporting students studying medicine facing disadvantage and financial hardship

We are also willing and able to be creative in how we support our beneficiaries, and we welcome interaction and suggestions from both donors and beneficiaries.


To find out more please see TVF's latest video


Medical Treatment - New Victoria Hospital

The Victoria Foundation is the parent charity of the New Victoria Hospital in Kingston and can offer medical treatment to local residents where it is not readily available on the NHS. NB This is currently unavailable due to COVID-19.


Mobility Aids for children and and young people


Toolkit Grants and Bursaries for students studying medicine from disadvantaged backgrounds


Accessible Transport Vehicles - the Foundation can fund or contribute towards the cost


Medical Treatment where it is not readily available on the NHS in partnership with the New Victoria Hospital in Kingston


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact The Victoria Foundation on T: 020 8332 1788 or Email


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