What We Do
The Leus Family Foundation has been formed to help develop the potential of children and young people from all backgrounds in the belief that such support and encouragement leads to their individual fulfillment, and will ultimately benefit our wider community.
Our Founder, Dmitry Leus, wants to encourage excellence in young people across the charities he is involved with and inspire them to try their hardest, do their best and flourish mentally, emotionally and physically.
Who We’ve Helped
We are delighted to welcome Dmitry into his role as an Ambassador for HealthProm after having supported our charity since October 2017. We are also appreciative of The Leus Family Foundation’s contribution to HealthProm’s core funding for the 2018-19 period. As HealthProm works to give vulnerable children a better start in life, such partnerships and support are crucial.
We are incredibly grateful for Dmitry’s and The Leus Family Foundation’s continued support of St George’s Hospital Charity and our Children’s Appeal.
Gardens and outdoor spaces are important for the recovery of all patients, especially children, and our hope is to make the newly designed Serenity garden a fun, engaging and accessible space for children and their loved ones.
Brixton Fencing Club was founded in 2004 and has always aimed to make the sport of Fencing more accessible to local children. The equipment and support from both Dmitry and The Leus Family Foundation will help us enormously with that aim for many years to come.
News & Events
My contribution to the Prince’s Foundation was intended to support their educational and heritage goals, in particular their innovative training programmes. I never had as my goal a dinner or overnight invitation. My private hope was that eventually some collaboration...
By Leena Sidat The foundation’s grant has not only boosted the weekly term-time service but also allowed the club to open during the summer holidays for the first time. Founder of the Leus Family Foundation, Dmitry Leus recently visited the Runnymede Special Needs...
We know that young people with special needs and their families have felt the lockdown restrictions even more than most. Whether through having periods of no in-person school, reduced or even no activities and the general feeling of isolation brought about by the...