Supported Charities

We are passionate about supporting charities in the lymphoedema community and our founder, Matt Hazledine, has personally raised almost £20,000 for various causes so far.

Lymphoedema United Ltd pledges to donate 25% of annual pre-tax profits to lymphoedema charities and organisations, to aid them in continuing their work in helping people with this lifelong condition.

All the charities that we support are listed on this page. If you wish to donate directly to any of these charities, click on “Donate Now” which will take you directly to the charity’s “Donate Here” page of their website.

Lymphoedema United Ltd does not receive any money from your donation. We are purely sign-posting you to the appropriate charities, for you to donate directly with them if you choose.

We can all make a positive difference.

Lymphoedema Research Fund

Managed by St George’s Hospital Charity

St George’s Hospital Charity is working hard to raise income to support and promote medical and scientific research focused primarily on lymphatics and the lymphatic system with a view to achieving advances in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of lymphoedema and other disorders of the lymphatic system.

With Your Support we aim to help the 200,000 plus people who suffer from lymphoedema and other disorders of the lymphatic system each year.

To begin the research process, we need to raise a minimum of £250,000.

British Lymphology Society

The BLS is registered charity, the purpose of which is to preserve and protect good health of people living with lymphoedema / chronic oedema.

The BLS provides a strong professional voice and support for those involved in the care and treatment of people with lymphoedema and related lymphatic disorders, including lipoedema.

We seek to achieve high standards of care across the UK, raise awareness of the condition, promote early detection and intervention with supported self-management.

Lymphoedema Support Network

The Lymphoedema Support Network is the charity in the UK that supports anyone living with or affected by lymphoedema. Promoting and facilitating self-management, providing high quality information, making and taking opportunities to educate health care professionals and working with researchers. Website, social media, YouTube videos, quarterly magazine, telephone and email help line, patient conferences, support groups, Schools packs, nursing home packs and much more. We believe lymphoedema matters and hope you do to.

MLD UK Lymfund

Lymfund established in 2005 is the charity arm of MLDUK

Lymfund raises money to help people with chronic conditions like lymphoedema access Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) treatments, when they cannot get the treatment on the NHS, and when they cannot afford to pay for it privately.

Our Purpose and Aims, Benefits
The Aim of the Lymfund is to help provide MLD treatment for people Living with chronic conditions like Lymphoedema who could not otherwise afford the financial outlay. Applications are not open to the public but must be made by an MLDUK registered member who can submit a Lymfund application on behalf of a patient, allowing the therapist to provide up to 15 sessions of MLD.

Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN)

The Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN) is an internationally recognized non-profit organization with a mission to fight lymphatic diseases (LD), such as lymphedema (LE), lipedema, and lymphatic malformation (LM), through education, research, and advocacy.

Supported Charities

We are passionate about supporting charities in the lymphoedema community and our founder, Matt Hazledine, has personally raised almost £20,000 for various causes so far.

Lymphoedema United Ltd pledges to donate 25% of annual pre-tax profits to lymphoedema charities and organisations, to aid them in continuing their work in helping people with this lifelong condition.

All the charities that we support are listed on this page. If you wish to donate directly to any of these charities, click on “Donate Now” which will take you directly to the charity’s “Donate Here” page of their website.

Lymphoedema United Ltd does not receive any money from your donation. We are purely sign-posting you to the appropriate charities, for you to donate directly with them if you choose.

We can all make a positive difference.

Lymphoedema Research Fund

Managed by St George’s Hospital Charity

St George’s Hospital Charity is working hard to raise income to support and promote medical and scientific research focused primarily on lymphatics and the lymphatic system with a view to achieving advances in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of lymphoedema and other disorders of the lymphatic system.

With Your Support we aim to help the 200,000 plus people who suffer from lymphoedema and other disorders of the lymphatic system each year.

To begin the research process, we need to raise a minimum of £250,000.

British Lymphology Society

The BLS is registered charity, the purpose of which is to preserve and protect good health of people living with lymphoedema / chronic oedema.

The BLS provides a strong professional voice and support for those involved in the care and treatment of people with lymphoedema and related lymphatic disorders, including lipoedema. We seek to achieve high standards of care across the UK, raise awareness of the condition, promote early detection and intervention with supported self-management. 

Lymphoedema Support Network

The Lymphoedema Support Network is the charity in the UK that supports anyone living with or affected by lymphoedema. Promoting and facilitating self-management, providing high quality information, making and taking opportunities to educate health care professionals and working with researchers. Website, social media, YouTube videos, quarterly magazine, telephone and email help line, patient conferences, support groups, Schools packs, nursing home packs and much more. We believe lymphoedema matters and hope you do to.

MLD UK Lymfund

Lymfund established in 2005 is the charity arm of MLDUK

Lymfund raises money to help people with chronic conditions like lymphoedema access Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) treatments, when they cannot get the treatment on the NHS, and when they cannot afford to pay for it privately.

Our Purpose and Aims, Benefits
The Aim of the Lymfund is to help provide MLD treatment for people Living with chronic conditions like Lymphoedema who could not otherwise afford the financial outlay. Applications are not open to the public but must be made by an MLDUK registered member who can submit a Lymfund application on behalf of a patient, allowing the therapist to provide up to 15 sessions of MLD.

Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN)

The Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN) is an internationally recognized non-profit organization with a mission to fight lymphatic diseases (LD), such as lymphedema (LE), lipedema, and lymphatic malformation (LM), through education, research, and advocacy.

 

How to LIVE BETTER with LYMPHOEDEMA

The new book by Matt Hazledine is available to buy NOW!

25% of pre-tax profits from book sales will be donated to the lymphoedema Research Fund.

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How to LIVE BETTER with LYMPHOEDEMA

The new book by Matt Hazledine is available to buy NOW!

25% of pre-tax profits from book sales will be donated to the lymphoedema Research Fund.

Become a member

Sign up as a Free Member to receive Exclusive Benefits, including access to Articles and Videos from the Experts, a Unique Discount Code from the Suppliers, Members’ Offers and a Quarterly eNewsletter with the latest news from the lymphoedema community.

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