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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.



£30 million gift to celebrate 60th

£30 million gift to celebrate 60th


Clore Duffield Foundation celebrates 60th anniversary with £30 million gift. New arts education projects include opening of Clore Learning Spaces at Natural History Museum, Kensington Palace and Paisley Museum and five more announced.

Clore Schools Partnership

Clore Schools Partnership


An excellent arts education is essential for children, young people and the creative industries to thrive. We are partnering with Ark Schools to develop a new programme of support for for multi academy trusts.

Performing Arts National Saturday Club

Performing Arts National Saturday Club


Theatre and dance classes are often prohibitively expensive and the industry is struggling to attract diverse talent. We are partnering with the National Saturday Club to establish ten new Performance&Theatre clubs to ensure more young people have the opportunity to explore and develop their passion and talent for the performing arts.

JW3

JW3


JW3 was established by Dame Vivien Duffield, with funding from the Foundation, and opened in 2013. It is a vibrant, cross-communal hub for Jewish arts, culture, family programming, social action and learning where everyone is welcome.  

Clore Leadership

Clore Leadership


Clore Leadership was initiated by the Clore Duffield Foundation in 2003. Now recognised as one of the world’s best cultural leadership programmes, it continues to develop leadership potential across the cultural and creative sectors.

Clore Social Leadership

Clore Social Leadership


Clore Social Leadership, developed by the Foundation in 2008, was based on learning from the Clore Leadership programme and developed in response to the lack of leadership development opportunities in the charity sector.

Eureka!

Eureka!


Eureka!, the first British children’s museum, was conceived by Dame Vivien Duffield and inspired by children’s museums in the U.S. With funding and support from the Clore Duffield Foundation, Eureka! opened in Halifax, Yorkshire in 1992.


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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.