How we are run Our foundation status gives us the freedom to be independent and provide constructive challenge and fresh thinking, without needing to work to a political or business timetable


As the second largest endowed foundation in the UK focusing on health, the Health Foundation spends around £30m per year on improving health and health care.


Strategy 2019–2021

November 2018

This plan sets out the Health Foundation's aims and strategies to achieve them between 2019 and...

Corporate publication

2018 annual report and financial statements

August 2019

Our annual report shares highlights from our work in 2018, outlines our financial statements and...


How the Health Foundation is funded

We are funded by an endowment of around £1bn, which allows us to make significant grants to bring...


Frequently asked questions

Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Health Foundation.

Our policies


Modern slavery transparency statement

The steps the Health Foundation has taken to ensure, as far as it is able to, that there is no...


Who the Health Foundation works with

We work with a wide range of organisations and individuals in order to further our objectives.


How we use patient data

As part of our work, we apply for and are granted access to data about patients and their...


Health Foundation announces accreditation as a living wage employer

30 August 2018

The Health Foundation is pleased to announce its commitment to being a living wage employer.

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We look for talented and passionate individuals as everyone at the Health Foundation has an important role to play.

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