Saving Faces and BAOMS launch the world's first national study centre to further research into facial and oral disorders.
Our patient helpline
Tom was attacked by a dog and had to undergo several painful reconstructions to his nose.
There are lots of ways to get involved with Saving Faces. We are always happy to hear from patients and general supporters.
Our Christmas cards are now on sale for 2017! This year we are offering a whopping 40% off on all our cards at just £2 for a pack of 10.
From cyclists to sky-divers to competitive poppadum eaters, our fundraisers never cease to amaze and inspire us.
There are a number of ways that you can support the work of Saving Faces, and fundraising can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable. Take a look at our fundraising ideas and get inspired.
WAYS TO DONATE
Saving Faces relies upon the help of a wide variety of supporters in order to continue its work. Donate today and make a real difference to people suffering with facial diseases, deformities or injuries.
Run for Saving Faces in 2018! We still have charity places available. More information about both events and on how to apply can be found here.
We offer great value for money for all the activities our charity does. This is because so many surgeons and their staff act as researchers and data collectors free of charge. But, the National Facial, Oral and Oculoplastic Centre (NFORC) will increase our annual spend by £350,000 to a total of £800,000.
The additional £350,000 a year will be spent on:
£60,000 to NHS Digital for data collection and storage.
£160,000 for additional research staff.
£85,000 to make small ex-gratia annual payments to nursing and secretarial staff at 100 UK hospitals for their help in assisting their surgeons discussing research with patients and collecting patients' data.
£45,000 rent and overheads for offices.
This is where you can help. Your support will help us to continue our research in combating facial diseases, disfigurement, injury and improve patient treatment worldwide. See below for all the ways that you can donate.
Saving Faces relies upon the help of a wide variety of supporters in order to continue its work. Without their help and dedication, we would not be able to carry out our life-changing research projects. There are a number of ways in which you can support the work of Saving Faces, and fundraising can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable.
One of our most valuable groups of fundraisers are students, who nationwide are raising money in all kinds of unique and inspiring ways. Fundraising can be not only a truly rewarding and satisfying experience in itself, but also looks great on your CV, and can be tailored to any individual or team's strengths and interests.
Saving Faces would like to say a huge thank you to all those who have been giving their time and money to help raise funds for us.
We would not be here were it not for all the amazing Saving Faces supporters who have run, jumped, swam, cycled, rowed (and rode), sung, danced, entertained and baked to raise funds for us. Here are just a handful of those who make it possible for us to carry out life-saving research. See how our supporters have had fun raising money for Saving Faces.
Without the fundraising efforts of our wonderful supporters we could not carry out our life-changing research. If you would like to organise an event on our behalf but don't know where to start, we would love to hear from you. Alternatively, you can check out what some of our amazing supporters have done to fundraise for us here for inspiration.
We rely on patient advisory groups to help us develop our research projects and ensure that patients' best interests are always at the core of everything we do.
We have also set up a patient helpline which puts patients about to undergo surgery in contact with a former patient who understands. We are always looking for volunteers who can share their experiences and offer emotional support. Click here to find out how you can get involved.