Contact the Centre for Health and Public Interest on their general enquiries telephone number 020 7324 4624 to discuss the process of making a donation, to ask whether there are any volunteering opportunities, or to check whether you will be able to write a blog posts on their behalf.
The Centre for Health and the Public Interest (CHPI) is a health and social care policy think-tank that is committed to upholding the founding principles of the NHS. Specifically, the primary focus of the CHPI is to influence policy in the interest of democratic accountability through select committees and when working with the Department of Health and NHS England.
Phone the Centre for Health and the Public Interest (CHPI) on their general enquiries number 020 7324 4624 if you would like to contact the charity about donations. For instance, donations are typically made online through PayPal or by using a bank account or credit/debit card but you may wish to ask whether you can donate over the phone. Similarly, callers can get in touch to ask whether they can instead participate in a fundraising activity on behalf of the CHPI rather than making a monetary donation. You may also wish to contact the Centre for Health and the Public Interest to check whether they are currently recruiting for volunteer positions. However, even if there are no volunteering roles currently available, the CHPI is still interested in people with skills specific to research and lobbying, and welcomes correspondence from individuals with this experience. Furthermore, the Centre for Health and the Public Interest commissions blog posts on a range of issues relevant to their mission of ensuring that health policy is correct and up to date. You can therefore phone their helpline if you are interested in writing a blog for the think-tank and would like to share your idea before getting started.
The CHPI helpline operates a geographic contact number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other local call from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However, you may be able to contact the Centre for Health and the Public Interest for free if you are using any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your telephone’s service provider. The think-tank is available to be contacted during the opening hours of 8am-6pm Monday to Friday, and is closed on weekends.
If you would prefer to write to the Centre for Health and the Public Interest then you can do so via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending your correspondence to the following postal address: The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square, Hoxton, London N1 6HT, United Kingdom.
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