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Mildmay introduces a new way for our supporters to manage their Direct Debit donations

Saving time by managing your own regular gift to MildmayIf you donate to Mildmay by Direct Debit, you can now pause it, change the amount, take a payment holiday and update contact details yourself, thanks to our new Control My Payment service.You will need to register first with the email address that you set up […]

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Our Patron, Dame Judi Dench urges support for Mildmay

Dame Judi Dench has supported Mildmay for many years and we are grateful that, as our Patron, she wishes to encourage others to support our work.”Long-term HIV care is proving more challenging and complex than we ever imagined.Mildmay helps to bring new hope to thousands caught up in the continuing HIV crisis. Not only does […]

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Mildmay’s Uganda Fund

This week, Mildmay UK formally launches the Uganda Fund. Mildmay UK has provided annual funding for Elizabeth Ward in the paediatric care centre of Mildmay Hospital in Kampala for many years. This is the only facility in the region providing high-quality care to children with the most complex cases of HIV-associated health conditions.Elizabeth Ward  treats […]

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Launch of our new Kenya Fund

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new KENYA Fund, which is designed to consolidate all donations for the various projects we are running in Kenya into a ‘one-stop-shop’.This will make it easier for our supporters to ensure that their donations go precisely where they want them to, and it also helps us […]

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Mildmay’s COVID-19 Vaccination Day

We’re delighted to say that we are coming to the end of Mildmay’s (first) vaccination day.Many thanks to the teams from the Healthy London Partnership and Barts Healthcare who organised, came in and delivered. We managed to vaccinate both patients and frontline staff and the day was a complete success with not a single dose being […]

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Many Happy Returns to our President, Lord Fowler, on his birthday

Lord Norman Fowler was Health Minister when HIV/AIDS first began to appear in the UK. In 2014, he published his book of global research into the subject, ‘AIDS: Don’t Die of Prejudice’. Lord Fowler has been Lord Speaker since 2016.Happy Birthday, from all of the Mildmay Family.

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Our Hospital Equipment Fund launches

Today, we are launching a new fund to consolidate donations specifically for equipment for Mildmay Hospital. Mildmay Mission Hospital’s Charity works to enhance the physical and therapeutic environment of our UK hospital for patients, staff and visitors. We raise funds to purchase vital medical and therapeutic equipment. Through fundraising, the Charity funds projects which, each year, touch […]

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Joint Kenya/UK Board meeting this morning

Our Chair, the Very Revd John Richardson, directed a joint Board meeting this morning between the Trustees of Mildmay UK and Mildmay Kenya. These meetings review  past performance of the two sister organisations, and engage in strategic deliberations and approve plans of action to provide ongoing support to both organisations throughout the year.

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Terrence Higgins Trust have a work and skills offer available to anyone anywhere in the UK who is living with HIV

Information about this can be found through this link: From February they will be running a series of webinars: Upcoming webinars: Below are links to register for each event. They are open to anyone living with HIV who is unemployed, looking for work or volunteer opportunities and wants to gain skills and confidence to apply for them.These […]

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A heartfelt thank you from Geoff Coleman, Mildmay’s Chief Executive

January 2021 update from our Chief Executive:Dear Mildmay Supporters, This winter has been one of enormous challenges for every hospital in London and across the country. At Mildmay Mission Hospital, we have seen record numbers of admissions, above the previous records set in April last year. But the number of COVID referrals seems to have reached […]

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