One day you may need us …
The Royal Medical Foundation is a charity founded by Dr John Propert in 1855 and administered by Act of Parliament. Its original objects were to provide an asylum for qualified medical practitioners and their spouses and to found a school for their sons.
Today the Foundation is a Registered National Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee. It is managed by a board of Directors drawn from various professions and is located at Epsom College.
Our aims and objectives…
- are to assist registered doctors and their families who are in financial hardship. Practical assistance is given in three ways:
- Provision of regular payments to their widows, widowers and their children
- Provision of one-off grants when emergency help is required
- In exceptional circumstances, we can provide assistance with school fees for sons or daughters of registered doctors enabling them to maintain educational stability at times of distress caused by illness, bereavement or financial need in their family
If you need assistance and think you may qualify for help, please click here.