About us:

The Langley Group (LG) Foundation represents the opportunity to give back and provide education to make the world a better place. Empowering individuals through learning and self-efficacy and enabling us all to truly flourish.

The Langley Group and Langley Group Institute (LGI) donate profits each year to the LG Foundation, and donations are welcome from other sources. At the end of each year, the LG Foundation team decides where the funds are distributed in line with the Foundation’s values.

The focus is on education and research that improves global wellbeing, from research projects into everything from positive living, climate change, and education to individual wellbeing, health and longevity, as well as scholarships for the LGI qualifications. The scope includes physical action projects, as well as financial donations.

We are proud of the difference the Langley Group and the Langley Group Institute have made in the world, and the LG Foundation will ensure this difference continues long into the future.


Having flown the earth for 300 million years, dragonflies symbolise our ability to overcome times of hardship. They remind us to take time to reconnect with our own strength, courage and happiness.

What we do

Making a difference

Dedicated to:

The LG Foundation is dedicated to the memory of Verna Eliza Langley (my Nanny), who believed in education, believed in the goodness of people and believed in me.

The LG Foundation is in honour of all our loved ones who may no longer be with us yet believed in the best version of us.

I hope we all have, or had, someone who believes in us. They didn’t aspire for us to be ordinary or average; they believed we were special, unique, amazing and extraordinary.

The LG Foundation is for people who need someone to believe in them. We are here to support global wellbeing in all its forms, to ensure ‘the future is human.’

Thank you for reading and for being a part of creating more positive ripples around the world. Thank you for sharing our journey!


My Inspiration

Dragonflies were abundant at my Nan’s funeral and have since become a symbol of her for me.