Welcome

The Foundation has been distributing funds to charities since 1964. Founded by Sir Charles Clore, the Foundation is now chaired by his daughter, Dame Vivien Duffield.


About the Foundation

About the Foundation


The Foundation is a grant-making charity which supports cultural learning, the creation of learning spaces within arts and heritage organisations, leadership training, and enhancing Jewish life. Click here

Main Grants Programme

Main Grants Programme


For details on eligibility criteria and how to apply to the Foundation’s Main Grants Programme, and to see a list of recently funded projects click here

Clore Learning Spaces

Clore Learning Spaces


The Foundation is particularly interested in funding Clore Learning Spaces within cultural organisations. For guidance and a list of Clore Learning Spaces, click here

Foundation Initiatives

Foundation Initiatives


The Foundation has created two leadership programmes – for the cultural and social sectors – and is the founding funder of JW3, London’s Jewish Community Centre. Click here

Cultural Learning Alliance

Cultural Learning Alliance


The Cultural Learning Alliance is a collective voice working to ensure that all children and young people have meaningful access to culture.

Reseach & Publications

Reseach & Publications


The Foundation has undertaken extensive research in a number of key areas including learning spaces, leadership and cultural learning. To access pdf versions of publications, click here

Archive

Archive


For past publications, including details of the Clore Performing Arts Awards (2005-2010) and Artworks: the National Children’s Art Awards (2000-2005), click here


Tel:     +44 (0)20 7351 6061
Fax:    +44 (0)20 7351 5308
Email: info@cloreduffield.org.uk

The Clore Duffield Foundation
Studio 3 Chelsea Manor Studios,
Flood Street, London SW3 5SR

Every effort has been made to seek permission for the use of images on this website, which include images from Space for Learning, 2015; from the Clore Performing Arts Awards publication, 2011; and from the Artworks Awards, 2000-2004. The Clore Duffield Foundation would like to thank all those who have kindly given permission for the use of images.