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11 June 2020, Bloomberg.com

Billionaire Brothers Donate $101 Million to Oxford University

The charitable foundation of David and Simon Reuben has donated 80 million pounds ($101 million) to Oxford University’s newest college. The gift will fund scholarships and research into areas like environmental change. The institute will be renamed Reuben College, according to a statement Thursday. “The current pandemic has shown us just how vital it is […]

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11 May 2020

Reuben Foundation Covid-19 Emergency Support

The Reuben Foundation has allocated up to $50 million to support causes relating to COVID-19. Given the sheer scale of the impact that the pandemic is having on people, the Reuben Foundation is allocating these additional funds to support a variety of critical causes. These include initiatives already supported by the Reuben Foundation which are […]

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07 May 2020, Jewish News

The Impact of Covid-19 on Business and Philanthropy

On the phone to an entrepreneur friend a month ago, as the scale of the economic challenge caused by the Covid-19 pandemic was unfolding, he said: “The key has been taken out of the ignition of the world economy.” Projections suggest that the economy is heading for a major dip. The Confederation of British Industry […]

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04 May 2020, centrepoint.org.uk

Reuben Foundation supports Centrepoint’s Covid-19 Emergency Appeal

With thanks to the generosity of everyone who has contributed to our Emergency Appeal at this time. We have been so touched by the support from individuals and organisations, and we send our huge thanks to every single person who has donated to our appeal. Thank you for standing with us and helping us keep […]

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03 May 2020, Sunday Times

Reubens Reach into Pockets

Billionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben have taken stick for furloughing 750 staff, but they are also giving something back. The pair, in their late seventies, have earmarked $50m of donations to fight the coronavirus pandemic. They have sent tens of thousands of protective masks to hospitals and given money to vaccine research at universities, […]

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15 April 2020, Independent

Help The Hungry campaign raises over £1.5m for the vulnerable

Rise in donations comes thanks to substantial new contributions from Lansdowne Partners, Old Possum’s Practical Trust, as well as foundations of Reuben brothers and Blavatnik family Donations to our Help The Hungry appeal have surged past the £1.5m mark as some of London’s wealthiest families step up to the plate to support our work in […]

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17 January 2020, De Zeen Website

Adam Nathaniel Furman brightens up London maternity centre with “flowerburst” mosaic

London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has applied his signature colourful aesthetic to a tiled entrance and reception area for the maternity centre at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The London hospital received a donation from the Reuben Foundation to create an artwork for its new maternity centre and approached Furman to enhance its reception and […]

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21 October 2019, The Jewish Chronicle

Tapping into technology

David Reuben, the businessman and philanthropist in whose mother’s memory our school is named, has expressed the hope that many Nancy Reuben Primary School pupils will become “engineers and technologists — because that’s tomorrow”. The school has enthusiastically embraced this view. Pupils use one-toone class iPads across the curriculum, under careful supervision. The positive impact […]

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15 May 2019, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Website

Mayor of London attends opening of new maternity centre at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

The Mayor of London attended a special event at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital yesterday evening to celebrate the opening of the new Reuben Foundation Maternity Centre, providing women and their babies with an outstanding environment, personalised patient experience and the latest technology and facilities. The Reuben Foundation has supported the hospital’s charity CW+ to transform […]

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25 April 2019, The Guardian

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition review – from erotic milk bars to haunted hotels

Design Museum, London This astounding exhibition reveals the obsessive level of genius the great director showed, whether inventing the space age – or restaging the Vietnam war in a London gas works A photograph of a rambling snow-covered hotel in Oregon is on display in the Design Museum, annotated with the energetic scribbles and emphatic […]

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