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Mildmay’s Art Therapy classes supported by Mary Kinross Charitable Trust enhances patient rehabilitation for people with complex HIV.

Mildmay are deeply grateful to the Mary Kinross Charitable Trust for supporting our in-house art therapy classes for the next three years. Our Art Therapy enhances our work rehabilitating patients back to independent living. Without the wonderful support of the Mary Kinross Charitable Trust, we would not have been able to deliver such a comprehensive […]

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Brian Armstrong

This month we bade a sad farewell to one of our longest standing volunteers Brian Armstrong, who died at the end of January after a short but sudden illness. Dear Brian came to Mildmay as a volunteer placement from John Lewis more than twenty years ago and has been a part of the Mildmay family […]

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Mildmay CEO announces he will be leaving the charity to take on a new position.

  Dr Ross White is stepping down from his role as CEO of Mildmay, to take on another Chief Executive role at a charity in Surrey. Ross will be a familiar face to many of our supporters and volunteers as he has headed the charity for nine years, work which has included overseeing our work […]

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Fabulous line up of celebrity guests join Mildmay’s Christmas Concert.

  Mildmay’s Christmas carol concert was quite an evening – one to welcome in the festive season in style! Spitalfields church was packed to the rafters for our annual festive fundraiser and guests were treated to a fantastic evening of celebrity readings and solo performances. Stars of stage and screen joined to support Mildmay and […]

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World AIDS Day Red Run with Team Mildmay

We couldn’t have asked for a brighter or a more beautiful golden autumnal day for the World AIDS Day Red Run, that took place in the beautiful leafy Victoria Park in East London on 26th November. People began to arrive, register, check in their bags, grab a free coffee from the Starbucks tent and collect […]

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World AIDS Day Red Run and Team Mildmay

We couldn’t have asked for a brighter, more beautiful, golden autumnal day for the World AIDS Day Red Run that took place in leafy Victoria Park in East London on 26th November. Team Mildmay included members of staff from across the hospital and supporters, some running 10k and some 5k. I was taking part in […]

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Santander Foundation boost Mildmay Hospital’s work

Mildmay Hospital has received £4,750 to fund their specialised computer training for people with HIV associated brain impairment. Patients with complex needs benefit enormously from the brain training programmes, computer training and support provided in the digital technology suite at Mildmay Hospital. As well as boosting independence, tackling isolation, building confidence and life skills, this […]

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HRH Prince Harry accepts Attitude Award co-presented by Mildmay

Mildmay Hospital were proud to co-present the Attitude Legacy Award, accepted by HRH Prince Harry on behalf of his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, at a star studded ceremony at The Roundhouse in London on Thursday 12th October. The award presented by Julian La Bastide, a former nurse at Mildmay Hospital, and Ian Walker […]

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Big Lottery Grant making a BIG difference

In the summer we received a grant from Awards For All England- part of The Big Lottery. Since then we have been able to buy some fantastic new pieces of equipment for our gym that have already been benefitting our patients. First on site was the THERA Trainer Balo. This wonderful piece of equipment supports […]

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HIV Safe Family Project in Kenya

Mildmay Kenya has played a vital role in strengthening health services and empowering communities in Western Kenya for almost 15 years. We would like to tell you about the urgent need for the development of a Safe Family Project within a vulnerable community on Mageta Island. Mageta is an isolated Island just off the coast […]

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