A Passion To Help
The Foundation is committed to both building upon the solid charitable work already undertaken- thanks to Dmitry’s initiative, generosity and passion to help- and to broadening its scope to meet the challenges of these uncertain times.
Changing Young Lives
Many of the causes supported by The Leus Family Foundation spans health and wellbeing, cultural awareness and sport and is all pinned around helping the children and youth of today.
Dmitry says: “It is a joy that our Foundation is able to help so many young people through our chosen charities. It is so rewarding to see the direct benefit that our support has brought about. We will continue to do all we can and look forward to many valuable partnerships in the future.”
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.
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 fulfilment, and will ultimately benefit our wider community.
The Leus Family Foundation aims to be as caring, supportive, and far reaching as possible. Our Founder, Dmitry, has enthusiastically assisted the young and old by donating to the Runnymede Food Bank, COVID Urgent appeals and schools including Mander Portman Woodward and the ACS School in Egham. Also, much support has been given to families with their health struggles through charities such as St George’s Hospital Charities and HealthProm. By helping such a cross section of charities in such a variety of ways, the Foundation continues its goal of being there for communities to build towards a better future.
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 Tom Bramwell The Runnymede club welcomes children aged five to 13 with a range of learning and physical disabilities Bright Lights Youth Club in Runnymede has received further support from the Leus Family Foundation, with the latest grant including toys and...
The Harrow Club, which has six youth clubs across west London serving over 500 children and young people, has received a much-needed bus donated by the Leus Family Foundation. The Harrow Club has been working with the local community since 1883. Their aim is...
The Leus Family Foundation is backing a scheme to offer young people in Brixton access to the sport Ginette Davies 14:44, 9 NOV 2021 Brixton Recreation Centre might not be the first place you would look to find children fencing. The sport has a reputation in the UK,...