Royal London Foundation
The Royal London Foundation was set up to help members support the local not-for-profit organisations that make a difference in their communities.
In 2020, we decided to change the focus of the Foundation so that we could immediately support local charities and organisations providing vital help to people during the coronavirus outbreak. We donated a total of £500,000 to the National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal.
Read our Q&A to find out more about our decision and how the funding is used.
We're relaunching our Foundation
In 2021, we will relaunch the Royal London Foundation. Through social innovation, we want to help more people to prevent life shocks from becoming a crisis. We’ll keep members involved and updated on how we do this, so make sure you keep an eye on your quarterly member newsletters.
You can find out more about our social impact work, which focuses on life shocks, tackling financial vulnerability and building resilience, on our website.
Supporting the fight against coronavirus
In 2020, we changed the focus of the Royal London Foundation so that we could immediately support local charities and organisations providing vital help to people during the coronavirus outbreak.
How to get more involved in your local community
There are lots of easy ways to support your community, from volunteering to helping out a local school, or visiting an elderly neighbour.