Health & Well-being

Nutrition, exercise, mental health.

Practical tips and life style advice to help you thrive with thalassaemia.

Resources & Publications

Publications, videos & information in different languages.

Find all UKTS publications, national clinical standards and other related information.


Magazine archive.

Read this season’s magazine or peruse through our archive.

Working together to create a better world

Facts about thalassaemia.

Informational videos and stories from our members and their families about what life is really like with thalassaemia

Ambassador’s Programme

Spreading the word about the charity

We suggest a minimum of 3 hours per month and a minimum of a one year commitment to the role, due to our investment of time and resources in recruiting, training and supporting you as an Ambassador.


Raising awareness
As an Ambassador, you will be part of a regionally based network, playing a key role in raising awareness of the UKTS within the wider community. This is a voluntary role which involves:
  • Liaise with patients, families and groups in the area
  • Organise local fundraising events
  • Deliver engaging talks about the work of the charity
  • Use social media to engage the community
Ambassador Role
Our Ambassadors work as part of a regionally based network and play a key role in raising awareness of our cause within the wider thalassaemia community and in leading regional support groups and fundraising initiatives.

Raising Awareness

Within the comunnity


Organise fundraising events

43+Years active
1771UK Patients
62UK Thalassaemia centres
2MInvested in Research

Our Causes

We need your help anytime anywhere


Vein finding equipment

Help us purchase the Airglove, enabling access to veins.



Supporting cutting edge research into the treatment of thalassaemia.


Education & Awareness

Educating patients, parents, health professional and stakeholders

National Thalassaemia Day

Virtual meeting 19th October 2021
Join us from the comfort of your sofa to celebrate national thalassaemia day

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Getting Social with the UKTS

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