The inaugural Helen Taylor Thompson Memorial Lecture

Helen Taylor Thompson OBE lived a full and varied life. A member of the Special Operations Executive during WWII, she subsequently became a successful businesswoman who made time for extensive charity work through Mildmay Mission Hospital, Community Action Network and Education Saves Lives.

Helen died in 2020. Her life has not yet been fully celebrated due to COVID restrictions, so this event aims to share her vision and energy until we can meet in person.

We are therefore delighted to highlight this special event, organised by Stephen Clarke, in memory of Helen, who fought so hard for Mildmay's reopening after it was closed down by the NHS in 1982.

Making our world a better place

Developing creative partnerships between business and charity

Given by Lord Bilimoria CBE, DL, FCA

President of the CBI

Tuesday 26th October at 6.30pm

Broadcast live from KPMG International in Canary Wharf


Click here to register or call +33 7 69 72 83 04 for more details

Karan Bilimoria is a life peer and is politically active as a crossbench member of the House of Lords. He is the founder and chairman of Cobra Beer, Chancellor of Birmingham University and the President of the Confederation of British Industry. Lord Bilimoria has been a patron of Helen’s charity activities and rapidly offered to deliver this inaugural lecture on the theme of creating new and exciting partnership opportunities between Business and Charity.

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