Campaigning with others
We often join forces with other charities across the UK to call for improvements in healthcare and more action to prevent lung disease.
Age Alliance Wales is a powerful alliance of 21 national voluntary organisations committed to working together to develop the legislative, policy and resource frameworks that will improve the lives of older people in Wales.
The Association of Medical Research Charities is the national membership organisation of leading medical and health research charities
We help our members to meet their charitable objects by interpreting and influencing the regulatory, policy and research environments, and connecting members to encourage collaboration and share learning. Our vision is charities delivering high quality research to improve health and wellbeing for all.
The Care and Support alliance represents over 80 of Britain’s leading charities campaigning alongside the millions of older people, disabled people and their carers who deserve decent care. We believe there is a strong case for change and are working with our members towards reform.
Air pollution in the UK harms our health and causes tens of thousands of premature deaths every year. The Healthy Air Campaign are calling for urgent action on air pollution.
The Richmond Group of Charities is a collaboration of 14 of the leading health and social care organisations in the voluntary sector.
We work together as a collective voice to better influence health and social care policy and practice, with the aim of improving the care and support for the 15 million people living with long term conditions we represent.
Scottish Tobacco-free Alliance is Scotland's forum for information exchange, discussion and collaboration on all aspects of tobacco control and health promotion relating to smoking. The STA gives all those working with tobacco related issues a voice to influence the development of policy and practice across Scotland.
The Smokefree Action Coalition is a group of organisations committed to promoting public health. We came together initially to lobby for smokefree workplaces and are now committed to reducing the harm caused by tobacco more generally.
The Taskforce for Lung Health is a a collaboration of the largest ever group of organisations and individuals who have come together, as a team, to improve lung health. The focus of the Taskforce is to influence policy makers and services to implement its recommendations, which were published in December 2018.
The UK Lung Cancer Coalition is a coalition of the UK’s leading lung cancer experts, senior NHS professionals, charities and healthcare companies.
Established in November 2005 to help bring lung cancer out of the political, clinical and media shadows, the organisation’s long term vision is to double one year lung cancer survival by 2015 and five year survival by 2020.
The Wales Tobacco Control Alliance is an action group, coordinated by us, which aims to enable all third sector and professional organisations involved with tackling tobacco in Wales to inform and influence policy development and implementation, at both a UK and Wales level.