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Whether you’re a trust, foundation or individual, you could hold the key to unlocking groundbreaking advances in women’s reproductive health research by making a significant donation.

Help us answer the questions of today and find the answers of tomorrow. 

The James Tudor Foundation

We are extremely grateful for the James Tudor Foundation’s support for our research into under-funded and under-researched areas of women’s health. Their current grant pays for a Clinical Research Nurse to recruit patients for our research project at Edinburgh University trialling cancer drugs already in use to treat endometriosis.  This grant will help our researcher, Professor Andrew Horne, to make the first real breakthrough in effectively treating endometriosis, a chronic, debilitating disease, which affects 1.5 million women in the UK alone.

Burdett Trust for Nursing

Wellbeing of Women and the Burdett Trust Burdett Trustfor Nursing share a commitment to developing the nursing profession and to ensuring that women get the best possible maternity care. The Burdett Trust supports our Midwifery Research Programme with a generous grant of £138,000 over three years. This has enabled us to double the number of International Fellowships, Entry-level Scholarships and Elective Bursaries we award to promising young midwives and midwifery students.

The Garfield Weston Foundation supports us with a generous grant of £200,000 over three years to support a Research Training Fellowship.

The Connie and Albert Taylor Charitable Trust has made a fantastic contribution of £100,000 towards a Research Training Fellowship at Birmingham University. 

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The Priory Foundation has given a generous donation of £150,000 towards a Research Training Fellowship at University College London.

We are also very grateful to the Welton Foundation and the Eveson Charitable Trust for their generous support of Wellbeing of Women Research Training Fellowships.

GET IN TOUCH

We are seeking major strategic partners to help our charity achieve its ambitious growth plans. To hear more, please phone Anna-Maria Mullen on 020 3697 6341 or email amullen@wellbeingofwomen.org.uk