Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People

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Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) is an English charity. It was founded in the 1930s, and works to encourage disabled people to become more independent by fostering life skills and vocational training. It is also involved in rehabilitation.

It operates a brain injury centre in Banstead and a mobility centre in Carshalton, as well as independent living and vocational training services in Leatherhead in Surrey. It also operates a chain of charity shops in the south east of England.

President is Corinna, Lady Hamilton of Dalzell DL. The Chairman is Rob Douglas CBE DL. Chief Executive is Jonathan Powell.

The QEF family of charities also comprises the Voluntary Association for Surrey Disabled (VASD), MERU and Sutton Shopmobility.

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