Why Partner With Us

The Benefits of being a patron

Our Patrons are incredibly important to the work of the Charity. They not only provide essential funding but help to drive new initiatives, work together to raise awareness and provide the rock on which we can drive future research and ultimately find a cure for osteoporosis.

We keep our Patrons in touch with our work and invite you to meet fellow Patrons, high profile supporters, research pioneers and our Executive Team. Our magazine and Patrons' e-newsletter will also keep you in touch with our advances in research, care and support.

The Benefits of being a patron
With your support we will continue to develop better treatments, support and professional services for millions of people living with osteoporosis, their families and loved ones.

Claire Severgnini, Chief Executive

Events and Receptions

We hold a number of events and receptions throughout the year, to which you will be invited. These vary from evening receptions to update you on our latest achievements, to glamorous events. Our events are an opportunity to enjoy the company of your fellow Patrons as wll as high-profile personalities who support the Charity's work.


You, as The Patrons' Club have already raised an amazing £600,000

Current Patrons

The National Osteoporosis Society would like to thank the highly valued members of The Patrons' Club. We are extremely grateful to all of our Patrons for their kind and generous support including those who wish to remain anonymous.

  • Mohamed Amersi and Nadia Rodicheva
  • Lord and Lady Bamford
  • The David Brownlow Charitable Foundation
  • Wendy Craig
  • Edwin Dunlop, OBE
  • Maureen Evans
  • Karen Hambro
  • The Kohn Foundation
  • Geoffrey and Caroline Munn
  • Iris Prout
  • Professor David Reid, MD, FRCP
  • Lady Valerie Solti
  • Galen and Hilary Weston