awareness day

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Here is the calendar of awareness events from the UK, US and across the world we support. By doing this, we raise awareness and funds to fight against different diseases and conditions.

Santa Run

One day at the Santa Run for Breast Cancer Now

On 8 December, 15 members of our London office participated in the annual Santa Run. This worthwhile event is organized by Skyline Events and takes place in Victoria Park every December. Currently, Santa Run is in its tenth year and

santa claus

Santa Claus for one day for Breast Cancer Now

As our community continues to grow, we love to share our initiatives so you can better understand who we are and the benefits of teaming with us. The “season of giving” is fast approaching and we are happy to share

World Haemophilia Day

World Haemophilia Day – Living with Haemophilia –

Today is World Haemophilia Day! Since 1989, World Haemophilia Day is the day the whole bleeding disorders community comes together to celebrate the continuous advances in treatment while raising awareness and bringing understanding and attention to the issues related to

24th March – World Tuberculosis day 2019

Tuberculosis is a condition that many presume to be eradicated in most of Europe, but the truth is that infection is still possible anywhere. In fact, The Daily Telegraph reported London as the “TB capital of Europe”…which makes today even

Dr Amy Wood-Mitchell

Dr. Amy Wood-Mitchell for Eating disorder awareness week

As we near to the end of Eating Disorder Awareness Week, its importance does not diminish any further. In fact, we should remember that this awareness week is but a reminder for society to start seeing and treating eating disorders

Emma Louise Pudge

Meet Emma Louise…

The week of February 25th to the 3rd March marks an important time within our calendars, for a reason that some may not initially be aware. It is Eating Disorders Awareness Week, the pivotal international event for raising awareness and understanding of eating disorders, whilst