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"I love being a trustee!"

Read an interview with Angela Style, one of Endometriosis UK's Trustees.

It’s Trustees’ Week

This week, from 10th to 16th November, is Trustees’ Week and we would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to our amazing Trustees.

Amazing results of the Mad Pants Tea Party Month

79 tea parties held across the country, tons of cakes baked, gallons of tea drunk and over £4,000 was raised as a result of the Mad Pants Tea Party Month which took place in September.

Pink Pants X London complete 23 miles

A group of amazing fundraisers power walked 23 miles from East to West London to fundraise for Endometriosis UK.

Endometriosis UK welcomes a new Chief Executive

Endometriosis UK is delighted to confirm the appointment of Jane Hudson Jones as Chief Executive. She joined the organisation in July 2014 as CEO and will work in partnership with the trustee board to achieve the charity’s ambitious goals. Jane has a wealth of clinical and leadership experience within the NHS and voluntary sector.

Endometriosis UK to receive funding to develop support services

Endometriosis UK is to get up to £188,000 over three years to develop new, innovative approaches to health and care, actively share excellent practice or improve integrated care and efficiency.

Voluntary sector organisations submitted funding bids to the Department of Health setting out how they could help meet the Departments objectives of better health and well-being and better care for all and how their proposal has potential for national impact.

Become an Endometriosis UK Helpline or Moderator Volunteer

We're recruiting more volunteers for the Endometriosis UK Helpline and to Moderate our HealthUnlocked Forum!

Endometriosis UK’s helpline is the only UK helpline dedicated solely to supporting those affected by endometriosis. It is a vital lifeline to those women, partners, parents and friends who need information, support or just someone to listen. HealthUnlocked is an online forum dedicated specifically to creating a safe space for those affected by endometriosis to share their thoughts and find out valuable information. 

Endometriosis UK Chief Executive to step down

After four years at the helm of Endometriosis UK, Chief Executive Helen North has decided to step down.

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