About LUPUS UK
Our StructureWe're the national charity helping people with the presently incurable immune system illness lupus. We support people affected by lupus through our Regional Groups and advise many others on the symptoms prior to diagnosis.
Who we areThe Trustees
Managing the charity's finances and ensuring LUPUS UK operates within the requirements of UK charity law. The Trustees govern the charity and meet four times in each year.
LUPUS UK's National Council includes representatives from each of the Regional Support Groups. They help to share important information to local members and contribute to LUPUS UK's planned activities through bi-annual meetings.
Medical Advisory Panel
LUPUS UK has appointed twelve prominent lupus specialists to advise on medical issues and on occasion to give expert opinion on grant applications which by their very nature are often scientific and complex. The twelve specialists cover a wide range of experience in lupus and allied conditions, and between them form an important part of the charity's strengths.
Helpful LinksIf you would like to read the LUPUS UK constitution, please click below:
READ THE CONSTITUTION
For access to our Annual Reports, please click on the link below:
READ THE ANNUAL REPORTS
The National Office
North Wales - Appointed to end May 2022
West Midlands - Appointed to end May 2021
Devon & Cornwall - Appointed to end May 2023
North West - Appointed to end May 2021
North London - Appointed to end May 2021
Pembrokeshire - Appointed to end May 2023
Strathclyde - Appointed to end May 2022
North West - Appointed to end May 2023
Essex - Appointed to end May 2021
Bedfordshire - Appointed to end May 2022
Suffolk - Appointed to end May 2022