We are grateful to all of our supporters for helping us to continue listening to patients and speaking up for change.

The Patients Association is a registered charity.

We offer support and advice to patients and their families, along with opportunities to share their experiences of health and social care services. Using this knowledge, we work with the NHS and other healthcare providers to apply pressure and improve services.

Our work is supported by individual membership subscriptions and donations, by grant-giving charitable trusts and foundations, and by organisations and groups through corporate membership, corporate donations and collaborative projects with NHS Trusts, universities and others.  The Patients Association does not receive core funding from The Department of Health or any other government body.

Helpline sponsors

Corporate Members

Project Partners

Our collaborative project work is not limited to only CCGs or NHS Trusts, but encompasses all institutions involved in health and social care.

Grant Funders

We are grateful to receive charitable grants from Trusts and Foundations, including:

29th May 1961 Charitable Trust

The Frank Litchfield General Charitable Trust

The Edith Lilian Harrison 2000 Foundation

The Pamela Barlow Charitable Trust

S and R Charitable Trust

Our thanks also go to all of our members, supporters, volunteers and all those who give their time or their services in support of our work. 

Please note:  our supporters have no control over the Patient’s Association day-to-day activities