Our Chair, the Very Revd John Richardson, directed a joint Board meeting this morning between the Trustees of Mildmay UK and Mildmay Kenya. These meetings review past performance of the two sister organisations, and engage in strategic deliberations and approve plans of action to provide ongoing support to both organisations throughout the year.
Information about this can be found through this link: https://www.tht.org.uk/our-services/online-services/work-and-skills From February they will be running a series of webinars: Upcoming webinars: Below are links to register for each event. They are open to anyone living with HIV who is unemployed, looking for work or volunteer opportunities and wants to gain skills and confidence to apply for them. These are safe confidential spaces to share with peers. They can attend wit
Wednesday 27 January HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY This is a day of remembrance for people who suffered, chiefly at the hands of the Nazis during the Second World War but also in other persecutions. It aims to keep memory fresh and ensure that no such atrocity ever happens again. Each year at Mildmay we remember this occasion by holding a special service, during which we came together to pray, to ponder, and perhaps to include a visitor who would share memories. A PowerPoint Present
January 2021 update from our Chief Executive: Dear Mildmay Supporters, This winter has been one of enormous challenges for every hospital in London and across the country. At Mildmay Mission Hospital, we have seen record numbers of admissions, above the previous records set in April last year. But the number of COVID referrals seems to have reached a peak and we are hopeful that over the coming weeks we will begin to see numbers stabilise and start to go down. So, with that i
Rosemary saw our appeal for stories from former staff and patients to add to our archive, and kindly sent us the following remembrance and accompanying photographs: “I worked at Mildmay for a short period of time in 1980-81. The highlight of my time there was working with the children who had special needs. It was such a joyful place to be, seeing the responses of each of the children as they grew in their own way, receiving the love and care given to them. Every year they wo
Mildmay continues to provide it’s unique Homeless and Covid-Care Pathways for London’s homeless and rough sleeping population. However, there are concerns that the homeless population is much greater than thought. “Officials working on the Everyone In scheme to find accommodation for those at risk of being left on the street relied on a survey which found that 4,266 people slept rough, the National Audit Office said.But between the end of March when the scheme was launched an
Love never fails Even in the darkest moments, love gives hope. Love compels us to fight against coronavirus alongside our sisters and brothers living in poverty. Love compels us to stand together in prayer with our neighbours near and far. Love compels us to give and act as one. Now, it is clear that our futures are bound together more tightly than ever before. As we pray in our individual homes – around the nation and around the world – we are united as one family. So, let u