Tommy’s25 is a membership scheme for individuals who are willing to make a multi-year commitment to Tommy’s that will achieve long term impact in medical research. We know that answers won’t be found overnight and the only way to give more parents and babies a chance is through sustained funding into pregnancy health. We are sincerely grateful to our members for their generous support and keen to welcome new members.
"By joining Tommy’s25 you will be helping reduce the heartache for couples who struggle to have healthy babies. You will be able to say “I made a difference, I transformed lives”.
Ron Dennis CBE, Tommy’s Patron
- A unique opportunity to shape the future of pregnancy research and collaborate on which projects receive priority on funding
- The chance to visit a Tommy’s centre to meet the team at the heart of these pioneering projects
- Exclusive priority updates on Tommy’s news and important developments in our research
- An invitation to networking events to meet fellow members
Paulo and Melinda Almeida became founding members of Tommy’s25 after benefiting from pioneering research and care at Tommy’s Maternal & Fetal Research Centre in London:
'Tommy's25 is a great initiative. Tommy's does amazing work in the UK and its research is often the first or best in the world. The Almeida family has benefited immensely from this research and is delighted to support Tommy's.'
If you want to read more about Paulo and Melinda, you can read their story here
How to join
By pledging your commitment with an annual donation of £5,000 for five years, or a monthly donation of £416 for 60 months.
For further details please contact Kate Beck, Major Gifts Manager at [email protected] or by telephone on 020 7398 3463
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