The Lestrange Foundation
The Lestrange Foundation was founded by Andromeda Lestrange in December of 2018. A massive institution based in Dorset, the Lestrange Foundation controls billions of galleons in charitable funds for the advancement of medicine.
Run by its chairman, Andromeda Lestrange, the Foundation, along with its board, support medical institutions that perform and provide information about stem-cell research, advancements in the treatment of cancer, etc. The Foundation also recognizes top researchers and surgeons for innovative, next-level approaches in their respective fields with the awarding of the Blair Award.
One by-law of the Lestrange Foundation is that Lestrange children become legacy board members. At 15, children gain access to board meetings and learn the Foundation Business. At 18, Lestrange children officially become board members, with voting rights.
While the Foundation is the institution that gathers prospective Blair Award nominees and hosts the banquet awards, the Foundation’s board selects a separate, impartial committee to vote and elect the winner.
The offices sit in the upper levels of the building, while the entry level boast a large ballroom for events. And the middle levels hold research facilities for those that are working in conjunction with the Foundations hospitals on numerous projects.
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