Take part in your next challenge by running, walking or cycling for the National Osteoporosis Society
Working in partnership with the National Osteoporosis Society as a Bone Builder you'll be engaged with our ambition to achieve excellence in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.
There are three main pillars to the Bone Builder programme:
As a supporter, you will receive regular updates on our work and progress in these key areas as we work towards a breakfree future for all.
There are three tiers of support in the Bone Builder programme:
Our Advocates, Benefactors and Investors receive regular bulletins. They will also be sent a personal copy of our Annual Report.
Our Benefactors and Investors additionally receive a unique enamel lapel pin.
Our Investors also receive an invitation to our prestigious Annual Lecture.
All our Bone Builders receive a smart folio in which to store their Bone Builder information for future reference.
We believe in the importance of collaborating with our Bone Builders, keeping you up to date with our work and listening to your thoughts and ideas. We welcome any comments, thoughts or questions you may have.
Most importantly of all, as one of our Bone Builders you’ll be helping to sustain our long term strategy.
To find out more about becoming a Bone Builder please contact Jo Ferris on 01761 473138 or email mailto:email@example.com
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