Our work has been making a difference to the lives of people affected by psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis for over 50 years.
Through the work of our staff and trustees, the support of our members and the generosity of our fundraisers and individual donors, we have been able to increase the range of services we offer over time, and we continue to work hard to improve our offering, year on year.
Did you know that our main website has had over 10 million page views in the last 10 years? Or that we have funded over £4.5 million in research grants since our foundation and consulted on the assessment of every biologic to treat psoriasis since they began in 2004?
The impact of our work takes many forms, from empowering people to make decisions regarding their psoriasis, to helping to shape NHS guidelines that affect patient care, or funding research that drives change such as making personalised medicine a reality. But don't just take our word for it, the first-hand accounts from our members, supporters, colleagues and research partners speak for themselves.
Use the links below to discover more about the true impact of our work here at the Psoriasis Association. You can read about our achievements from each of the past three years, or if you'd like to delve a little deeper, why not take a look at our recently published 10 year impact report (2010 - 2020)?
A lot has changed since we were founded in 1968 but what hasn’t changed is how much we need and appreciate your support. Our achievements would not have been possible without the generosity of our fundraisers, members, donors, and individuals who have left legacies.
Do you have a story that you are willing to share about how our work has made a difference for you? If you do, we would love to hear about it! Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.