News just in!

2nd March 2016

The 2016 Spring edition of our bi-annual News magazine will be dropping on doorsteps on 7th March

News magazine letterbox
News magazine features all the goings on from Meningitis Now, and details of what’s to come for the charity, including campaign updates, fundraising achievements and up-to-date information about our support services and volunteering.

Introducing plans for our 30th Anniversary year, the front cover shows a photo of four young people who will form part of our Futures Garden at Chelsea Flower Show. The issue also includes details of Vision 2020, Our Story Wall and upcoming events to mark 30 years since the charity was established.

Within this edition of news we bid a fond farewell to one of the driving forces behind Meningitis Now - our Chief Executive, Sue Davie. Sue will be stepping down as CEO after 14 fantastic years at the charity and will be welcoming Liz Brown, who takes the reigns in April. Sue will continue to have a huge impact on the charity moving forward as one of our ambassadors.

In the latest copy of News you can also find out more about the work we are doing with students, inspirational achievements from those we have supported over the years and some 'off the wall' fundraising taken on by our supporters.

If you haven’t had a copy already and would like one get in touch you can request a copy here
Or, if you’d like to read it online, you can do so here

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    Don't Google a rash

    Following potentially fatal advice given by Jeremy Hunt this weekend we are urging parents to seek medical advice if they are concerned about a rash

  • Our meningitis story

    Wall of achievement, inspiration and hope

    We’re celebrating thirty amazing years of the meningitis movement in the UK this year by asking you, our supporters, to help highlight the achievements and inspiration of the past three decades on an online photo-wall hosted on our website

  • London 10000

    London 10,000 top 10

    This year we have been lucky enough to secure FREE places to the iconic London 10,000 for anyone wishing to run for us

  • Chelsea

    Meningitis survivors take centre stage in Chelsea Garden

    Four young meningitis survivors will take centre stage in our 30th anniversary garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show