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Our petition has reached a huge milestone!

We have recently experienced a huge surge of support and, wonderfully, we have just reached 75,000 signatures on our petition to #SaveMildmay.Thank you all so much for signing and sharing. Change.org are also promoting our petition, because they have noticed how well it is doing, which will help us massively.It means so much to us […]

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#DayoftheAfricanChild – we need your help

Today is the #DayoftheAfricanChild, a day to reflect on the challenges & opportunities faced by African children and to ensure they thrive, not just survive. Every year, Mildmay works with over 100,000 of the most vulnerable and hard-to-reach people living with and affected by HIV and other related health issues. This includes children and their families, […]

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We are so grateful for gifts in Wills

Thank you so much to the two people (and their estates and families) who left us a gift in their Will this month. Gifts in Wills are essential to help us secure our future and ensure that we can provide first-class services and facilities in our UK hospital. Your gift can also contribute to our work […]

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Our Chaplaincy page and blog have moved to our UK Hospital website

Mildmay is charity that runs a hospital in the UK and also works to support thousands of people living with HIV overseas.Why now?As we inch out from under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are gradually refreshing our web presence, and this has included the launch of a new site just for our UK […]

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Food preparation in Occupational Therapy

Food preparation is widely used in Occupational Therapy for adults with all kinds of cognitive impairments to help them return to independent living.Whether it is cooking a meal, doing laundry, shopping, cleaning or other household tasks that people struggle with, we use practical techniques to maximise independence.Occupational Therapy provides practical support to empower people to […]

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New visitor guidance: easing restrictions

In accordance with national guidance as Covid-19 restrictions are eased, Mildmay is currently in the process of reducing visiting restrictions. For the latest guidance for visitors, please refer to our UK hospital websitePlease note that this procedure will be reviewed regularly and may change from time to time in line with the latest Government and […]

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Congratulations to Harry and Meghan

All of us at Mildmay send congratulations, best wishes and love to long-time supporter Harry and Meghan on the birth of their beautiful daughter, Lilibet Diana.

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Trinity Sunday

Trinity Sunday is a Christian feast dedicated to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, the essence and love of God expressing itself in three persons: God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit.On this feast day we are reminded that we too share in this Trinity of loving relationships. In Western Christianity, […]

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A special thank you to one of our regular donors

A heartfelt thank you to Mrs P (who already makes a regular monthly donation) for sending an amazingly generous donation of £2,500 for our HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT FUND which supports Elizabeth Ward in Mildmay Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.Not only that, but this wonderful person also sent another cheque for £2,500 to our HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT FUND for […]

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It’s time to thank our volunteers

Next week is Volunteers Week. It takes place 1-7 June every year. It’s a chance to recognise the fantastic contribution volunteers make to our communities and say thank you. Volunteers’ Week reminds us all to take the time to say thank you to the millions of volunteers who give their time to improve the lives of […]

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