There are so may way to support us…
Get involved with Bladder Health UK
Why not get involved - become a member, make a donation, become a sponsor, become a volunteer or simply pass on the website to someone who may be glad you did. Bladder Health UK does not recieve any statutory funding ; everything we provide we have to raise the funds for which makes your help is so important.
For easy ways to make online donations see below
"Hi, I did call today and spoke to the lovely nurse she was VERY helpful and gave me hope for the future. This is a wonderful association and I think without their help several years ago I would have found it hard to go on; the work they do is invaluable. Love and thanks to all involved and when I pass, I will be leaving my share of my house to your charity so that you can continue to help so many other that have this terrible disease."
We were delighted to be invited to contribute a short film showcasing the work of Bladder Health UK for the British Association of Urological Surgeons Conference which took place in November. If you would like to know more about the work of the charity and why it’s so important to sufferers do take a look!
Joining Bladder Health UK will enable you to understand your bladder illness and find ways to help manage your symptoms. Your membership is a very important part of our on-going work to raise awareness of bladder illness, not only for sufferers, but also their families, friends and employers.
Once you have completed the application form and paid your subscription, you will receive a comprehensive "new member" pack, containing your dual Membership and Can’t Wait Card, literature, a lending library and resources list and much more. You will also be put in touch with local co-ordinator or phone-pal contact.
Under the Data Protection Act, Bladder Health UK uses appropriate technologies and strict standards to safeguard your personal data.
Bladder Health UK is successful in developing innovative ways to encourage partnerships with corporate and commercial companies, medical and health associates and the medical profession.
We would be delighted to open up dialogue and explore ways of working with new partners. Two adverting borchures are available (see below) with information about our Corporate Sponsorship options and our advertising rates. The Corporate Sponsorship packages are very competitive and offer flexiblity. The package can be tailored to match your strategic direction and budget)
For further information on sponsorship packages please email the Business Director, Suzanne Evans: email@example.com
Thank you to all of the grant funders that enable us to support those suffering with bladder issues.
Grant funding is another way of seeking out funding to support the work of the charity. BHUK has employed a specialist company to help us to build a solid base of regular donors called Mogan and Mogan www.moganandmogan.co.uk
Mogan and Mogan have worked with us to understand how the charity works and helped us to write meaningful applications to potential funders.
Here are a selection of the major funders that have supported us over the last 3/4 years.
We currently have a volunteer programme and have administration, speakers, group co-ordinator and phone-pal opportunities.
If you would like to volunteer:
Please contact Bladder Health UK on 0121 702 0820 or click on the button below and submit your request
Bladder Health UK is a respected source of information for both patients and Health Care Professionals. We have several opportunities for companies who are interested in advertising their products and services to a target audience.
Your Badder Health Magazine - 3 x per annum - hard copy to members and electronic to HCP's
The Website we have excellent positions on our website for advertising. If you would like to advertise but need help to produce an advert for our website our web developer is available to assist - just let us know at Bladder Health and we will help you.
For more details on the options please click on the link to our Rates Brochure below.
Bladder Health UK is often asked to take part in campaigns to raise awareness and highlight the issues surrounding bladder illness. These include Government campaigns , NICE guidelines, Educational professional Journals etc.