The objectives of The Grenfell Foundation are for the public benefit:

  1. to benefit the former residents of the Grenfell Tower and their families and dependants and the local community, by associating together the said residents, families and dependants, and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occupation with the objective of improving the conditions of life for such persons;

  2. to relieve financial hardship, poverty, distress and suffering, including without limitation through the provision of advice, care and other forms of personal support;

  3. to preserve and protect physical and mental health, including without limitation by raising awareness of any lessons learned from the Grenfell Tower tragedy with a view to ensuring that, as far as possible, no similar tragedy or tragedies take place in the future;

  4. to advance in life and help young people to participate and integrate fully in society;

  5. to advance education and promote lifelong learning, including without limitation through the provision of skills training, advice and support;

  6. to promote social inclusion by providing opportunities to build capacity and by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting their integration into and participation in wider society; and

  7. to advance any other charitable purposes which the trustees may from time to time think fit and which are in the opinion of the trustees complementary to the foregoing objects,

in each case, without limiting the discretion of the trustees or the potential scope of the foregoing objects, with an expected focus on the survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and of former residents of Grenfell Tower and their families and dependants and those who have suffered bereavement as a result of the tragedy, as well as the local community, and without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious or other opinions.