The District Chairman’s Charity for 2018-9 is Amyloidosis Research
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UCL’s registration number with HMRC is X6243
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The Association President’s Charity for 2018-19 is Jessie’s Fund
 
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© Jessie’s Fund 2018 – Registered Charity No. 1045731
The National Amyloidosis Centre (the NAC) is part of the University College London (UCL) Division of Medicine and is situated at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London. The NAC has been at the cutting edge of treatment and research into all aspects of amyloidosis for over 25 years. Since 1999 the NAC has been responsible for the UK national caseload of amyloidosis. The NAC is a highly specialised NHS clinical service funded by NHS England to provide a diagnostic service for amyloidosis patients throughout the entire UK.
Jessie’s fund helps children with additional and complex needs or serious illness to communicate by using music. Music can provide a powerful and profound way in which children can express themselves and connect with the world around them. Jessie’s Fund is a registered charity working all over the UK.
The District Chairman’s Charity for 2018-9 is Amyloidosis Research
Click here Click here
The National Amyloidosis Centre (the NAC) is part of the University College London (UCL) Division of Medicine and is situated at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London. The NAC has been at the cutting edge of treatment and research into all aspects of amyloidosis for over 25 years. Since 1999 the NAC has been responsible for the UK national caseload of amyloidosis. The NAC is a highly specialised NHS clinical service funded by NHS England to provide a diagnostic service for amyloidosis patients throughout the entire UK.
UCL’s registration number with HMRC is X6243
For further information
The Association President’s Charity for 2018-19 is Jessie’s Fund
Click here Click here
For further information
© Jessie’s Fund 2018 – Registered Charity No. 1045731
Jessie’s fund helps children with additional and complex needs or serious illness to communicate by using music. Music can provide a powerful and profound way in which children can express themselves and connect with the world around them. Jessie’s Fund is a registered charity working all over the UK.
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