The Haskel Family Foundation
The Haskel Family Foundation has supported the Salford Institute for Dementia (SIfD) at the University of Salford for several years.
Salford Institute for Dementia (SIfD)
The Salford Institute for Dementia (SIfD) emerged from the goal of University colleagues to enable those faced with the challenges of dementia and their supporters to improve their lives in meaningful ways.
The generous donations from the Haskel Family Foundation have helped us to continue the design and development of dementia-friendly buildings, gardens, urban spaces, and transport networks, bringing us a step closer to a world in which those suffering from dementia can maintain their independence as long as possible.
The generosity of the Haskel Family Foundation has had a profound impact on SIfD as it has supported their work in creating positive and supportive environments for people living with dementia.
Professor Anthea Innes - Coles-Medlock Director for SIfD
"From everyone associated with SIfD, we would like to express our gratitude for your invaluable support; without this, SIfD would not be able to make such progress which is vital to achieving our ultimate goal of promoting the wellbeing and improving the quality of life for those living with dementia, both now and in the future."
Luisa - SIfD Research Fellow
"Thanks to you, the Institute is able to innovate and develop upon ideas and apply them in real life situations with a goal of making a difference to people with and families of those with dementia."
Thank you to the Haskel Family Foundation for your incredible support of SIfD.