"It is only with the help and dedication of people like you that we can hope to advance treatments and work towards a cure for this debilitating condition."

- Miriam Margolyes, Ambassador

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THE PATRONS’ CLUB

The Patrons’ Club is a giving club that raises significant funds to drive our ground-breaking services and pioneering research. Our Patrons share our passion for transforming the lives of millions of people affected by osteoporosis.

Created in 2016, our 30th anniversary year, The Patrons’ Club aims to raise £4 million over five years to help extend our work into the areas of prevention and cure.

To become a Patron, we ask you for a donation of £1,000 upwards per annum, though many choose to give more. Since its launch, our Patrons have already raised an amazing £600,000.

If you would like to find out more or join The Patrons' Club please use the circular buttons below.

1 in 3 people

who have long term pain from fractures describe it as severe or unbearable

42% of people

said their osteoporosis made them feel socially isolated

1 in 5 women

who have broken a bone will break three or more before being diagnosed

Patrons' Newsletter Signup

A message from our chief executive

By becoming a Patron you are helping to drive forward our knowledge about this devastating condition.

As a Charity we provide superb care and support for those living with osteoporosis and, in partnership with the NHS, we are helping to deliver groundbreaking services.

The Charity is extending its focus into the areas of prevention and cure for osteoporosis. To meet this challenge our goal is to raise £4 million through The Patrons’ Club over five years.

I know this is no small task, but people living with osteoporosis continue to need our help. With your support we will achieve this. Please join us as a Patron and help us to end osteoporosis.

A message from our chief executive

"Our target is to raise £4 million over five years to enable the Charity to extend our work in prevention and better diagnosis, and explore the research that will take us towards a cure."

Claire Severgnini - Chief Executive