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ADDRESS 10 Cuan Gardens Greyabbey Co. Down N. Ireland BT22 2QG
CONTACT e:info@helpingalopeciatrust.com f: 07752 029 940
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ONLINE SURVEY 

Survey on the impact of Alopecia The above survey is being carried out by a student at Ulster University. The purpose of the research is to get an indepth insight into the psychological impact alopecia can have on ones life. HAT would encourage everyone affected by alopecica to fill in the survey. Any research into alopecia can only be a good thing going forward.

SUPPORT MEETINGS

NEXT MEETING TUESDAY 20 MARCH 2018   @ 7.00PM - 8.30PM.  G3 Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast, Bt12 5GH HAlopecia UK (AUK) and Helping Alopecia Trust (HAT), a charity registered in Northern Ireland, are pleased to announce that they have entered advanced negotiations that both charities hope will lead to a potential merger. elping Alopecia Trust  host support meetings at regular intervals throughout the year. These are informal get togethers where you can meet other like minded people. While you may not be looking for support, by attending you might be able to help someone else. To register your interest please email info@helpingalopeciatrust.com or message our Facebook page. Everyone welcome.
Helping Alopecia Trust
Welcome to the Official Website of H.A.T.  Helping Alopecia Trust (HAT) was established in Northern Ireland in 2009, as a registered charity organised entirely by volunteers. Our team's aims are: To offer help & support to those affected by Alopecia  their families, friends & colleagues. To raise awareness of Alopecia among the general public. To provide funds for Medical Studies & Research into Alopecia.   We aim to provide up-to-date information about the various types of Alopecia & offer information on Alopecia to members of the public through a variety of advertising campaigns, and informative website, email and web mailings as well as the distribution of flyers. We also offer a counselling network with professional advice & guidance as well as support groups in a variety of venues in locations that are easily accessible & welcoming to all who wish to attend. We also aim to form relationships with other like minded charities around the world and raise money through various events to help fund research into Alopecia

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telephone  07752 029 940 email   info@helpingalopeciatrust.com
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c.2019 Helping Alopecia Trust

Alopecia UK and Helping Alopecia Trust Announcement

Alopecia UK (AUK) and Helping Alopecia Trust (HAT), a charity registered in Northern Ireland, are pleased to announce that

they have entered advanced negotiations that both charities hope will lead to a potential merger.  So far discussions have

gone extremely well, with a great deal of agreement on objectives and strategy from both sides.  It is anticipated that the

merger, if successful, will enable the combined charity to become the foremost organisation, within Northern Ireland,

dedicated to supporting all those with Alopecia, raising awareness and looking to drive research into a potential cure.

Whilst the final timetable has yet to be decided, both sets of Trustees are keen to see a successful merger within the next

six months.  Discussions are continuing and it is hoped that the charities will be able to agree a final structure that suits all

concerned in the coming months.

Simon Ray, Chair of Trustees, for AUK said: “We have always been impressed with the work done by HAT and as a result AUK never really had a presence within Northern Ireland.  This merger presents an opportunity for us to build on the considerable work already done by HAT and adds to our already strong links, and support, with alopecia organisations in the Republic of Ireland.  I truly believe we can use synergies of both organisations to provide greater support and awareness, whilst reducing the administrative overheads.” Stuart Long, Chair of Trustees, for HAT added: “We felt it was important that the time had come for HAT to be taken to the next level of its development and joining with our friends within AUK seems to be the best route to achieve this.  We are delighted that we have been able to have such positive discussions with AUK regarding the merger.  There is still much work to be done to help all those with Alopecia within Northern Ireland but, as a combined charity, we feel that challenge will be made easier.”
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ADDRESS 10 Cuan Gardens Greyabbey Co. Down N. Ireland BT22 2QG
c.2019 Helping Alopecia Trust
CONTACT email: info@helpingalopeciatrust.com t: 07752 029 940
SOCIAL

ONLINE SURVEY 

Survey on the impact of Alopecia The above survey is being carried out by a student at Ulster University. The purpose of the research is to get an indepth insight into the psychological impact alopecia can have on ones life. HAT would encourage everyone affected by alopecica to fill in the survey. Any research into alopecia can only be a good thing going forward.

SUPPORT MEETINGS

NEXT MEETING TUESDAY 20 MARCH 2018   @ 7.00PM - 8.30PM.  G3 Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast, Bt12 5GH Helping Alopecia Trust  host support meetings at regular intervals throughout the year. These are informal get togethers where you can meet other like minded people. While you may not be looking for support, by attending you might be able to help someone else. To register your interest please email info@helpingalopeciatrust.com or message our Facebook page. Everyone welcome.
HELPING ALOPECIA TRUST
Welcome to the Official Website of H.A.T. Helping Alopecia Trust (HAT) was established in Northern Ireland in 2009, as a registered charity organised entirely by volunteers. Our team's aims are: To offer help & support to those affected by Alopecia  their families, friends & colleagues. To raise awareness of Alopecia among the general public. To provide funds for Medical Studies & Research into Alopecia.   We aim to provide up-to-date information about the various types of Alopecia & offer information on Alopecia to members of the public through a variety of advertising campaigns, and informative website, email and web mailings as well as the distribution of flyers. We also offer a counselling network with professional advice & guidance as well as support groups in a variety of venues in locations that are easily accessible & welcoming to all who wish to attend. We also aim to form relationships with other like minded charities around the world and raise money through various events to help fund research into Alopecia
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ABOUT

FACTS

Alopecia UK and Helping

Alopecia Trust

Announcement

Alopecia UK (AUK) and Helping Alopecia

Trust (HAT), a charity registered in

Northern Ireland, are pleased to

announce that they have entered

advanced negotiations that both

charities hope will lead to a potential

merger.  So far discussions have gone

extremely well, with a great deal of

agreement on objectives and strategy

from both sides.  It is anticipated that

the merger, if successful, will enable the

combined charity to become the

foremost organisation, within Northern

Ireland, dedicated to supporting all

those with Alopecia, raising awareness

and looking to drive research into a

potential cure.

Whilst the final timetable has yet to be

decided, both sets of Trustees are keen

to see a successful merger within the

next six months.  Discussions are

continuing and it is hoped that the

charities will be able to agree a final

structure that suits all concerned in the

coming months.

Simon Ray, Chair of Trustees, for AUK said: “We have always been impressed with the work done by HAT and as a result AUK never really had a presence within Northern Ireland.  This merger presents an opportunity for us to build on the considerable work already done by HAT and adds to our already strong links, and support, with alopecia organisations in the Republic of Ireland.  I truly believe we can use synergies of both organisations to provide greater support and awareness, whilst reducing the administrative overheads.” Stuart Long, Chair of Trustees, for HAT added: “We felt it was important that the time had come for HAT to be taken to the next level of its development and joining with our friends within AUK seems to be the best route to achieve this.  We are delighted that we have been able to have such positive discussions with AUK regarding the merger.  There is still much work to be done to help all those with Alopecia within Northern Ireland but, as a combined charity, we feel that challenge will be made easier.”