We are grateful for the support of our corporate sponsors and partner organisations. Without their support, we would not be able to provide the range of services that make such a difference to families living with Dravet Syndrome (including the grants and assistance we provide for families).
Huge thanks to XTX Markets for their continued sponsorship, which has enabled us to maintain a consistent range of services for families with Dravet Syndrome. Find out more about XTX markets here.
We're thrilled that Kid-A has chosen DSUK as a charity partner for 2021. Kid-A are winners of the Mobile Industry Awards 2020 Start Up of the Year. Find out more about what they do here.
Dravet Syndrome European Federation (DSEF)
DSUK is a member of the European organisation representing patient and family groups from across Europe. We are committed to collaborating with our sister organisations to improve the lives of those living with Dravet Syndrome, and their families.
DSUK is a member of the Embracing Complexity coalition, which brings together organisations working to improve the lives of people with neurodevelopmental conditions (NDCs).
Genetic Alliance UK
DSUK is a member of Genetic Alliance UK, the national charity working to improve the lives of patients and families affected by genetic, rare and undiagnosed conditions.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Great Ormond Street Hospital is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals. DSUK has partnered with GOSH Children's Charity since 2017 to fund pioneering gene therapy projects with the aim of addressing the underlying cause of Dravet Syndrome.
The Neurological Alliance
DSUK is a member of the Neurological Alliance, a coalition of more than 80 organisations working together to transform outcomes for the millions of people in England with a neurological condition.
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