The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity selects Mesothelioma UK for a grant of £3,000

The Goldsmiths’ Company supports the precious metal and jewellery crafts, industry and trade in the UK. As part of its charitable activity delivered through the Goldsmiths’ Company Charity, the organisation has selected Mesothelioma UK for a major grant.

The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity will donate £3,000 to Mesothelioma UK to enable the charity to address the equality of access to care for mesothelioma patients and their families by providing specialist nurses, funding vital research into mesothelioma treatment and patient experiences, and promoting clinical trials and assisting patients financially to access them.

Ciorsdan Brown, Head of Charitable Partnerships & Strategy at The Goldsmiths’ Company said: “The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity is proud to be able to support Mesothelioma UK with a grant of £3,000 towards their core work in supporting those suffering from the asbestos-related cancer. The integrated work they do on the frontline alongside the NHS, via their specialist Mesothelioma nurses is vital. The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity recognises the importance of providing core cost grants to charities that carry out essential support services such as Mesothelioma UK.”

Liz Darlison, Head of Services for Mesothelioma UK added: “We’re extremely grateful for the grant of £3,000 from the Goldsmiths’ Company Charity. Grants like this are vital to us as we rely entirely on donations and fundraisers to fund the running of the charity. This funding will help us to continue the work that we do in supporting people affected by mesothelioma across the UK, in terms of supporting a team of specialist nurses, treatment for patients, research and clinical trials.”


About The Goldsmiths’ Company:

The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, more commonly known as the Goldsmiths’ Company, is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London and received its first royal charter in 1327. The purpose of the Goldsmiths’ Company is to contribute to British national life by supporting its related crafts, industry and trade and through wider charitable and educational activity.