The Thalidomide Trust currently supports 467 beneficiaries between 52 and 59 years of age

These are a remarkable group of people who have made outstanding achievements in their lives despite living with varying levels of disability

We are a registered charity committed to ensuring that all our beneficiaries have access to the resources and support they need to maximise their quality of life.

Becoming a Beneficiary

If you believe that you were damaged by your mother taking Thalidomide during her pregnancy, you can contact the Thalidomide Trust to find out if you are eligible for support.

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These service providers and reviews have been provided by our Beneficiaries. The Thalidomide Trust does not take responsibility for their recommendation.

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Opposition to Enoch Powell plaque

Thalidomide Trust beneficiary Catherine Bulmer has expressed her opposition to the proposed blue plaque for MP Enoch Powell. The […]

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Stannah Stairlifts has launched a free app to help you monitor and improve your balance. It can be downloaded onto […]

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