Our corporate partners

We are proud to be supported by so many companies who share our goals and help us to make a difference to people's lives.

Here are some of our partners and the ways we are working together.

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Astellas Pharma

With support from Astellas Pharma we were able to undertake research into continence services across the UK. This project helped us to learn more about the experiences of those involved in continence care. Together our aim is to ensure continence care services remain a high priority and that patients’ needs are being met.

Attice Self Storage

Our thanks to Attic Storage who have generously, by way of a donation, allocated The Urology Foundation some free and much needed business storage space.  Attic Self Storage is a company who offer a range of storage options for personal and business use in London, with free 24-hour access.


In partnership with Coloplast, MS Trust, Spinal Injuries Association we held a one-of-a-kind event at the House of Commons to get policy makers talking about catheters and bladder issues. Paul Bristow MP hosted the event, and we were joined by Parliamentarians to participate in the Catheter Care Challenge, an escape-room style ‘challenge’, competing against colleagues to access a toilet, answering quick-fire questions about catheters and ultimately racing against the clock to complete the quiz and ‘catheterise’ safely.

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We are delighted to have support from Convatec who have been working with us to raise the profile of our key campaigns, World Continence Week and Urology Awareness Month. Together we have produced a series of posters and a social media campaign to raise awareness of continence and urinary tract infection (UTI) issues.


Knowlex provides a wide range of educational resources and activities for the healthcare community and commissioning organisations including conferences, panel debates, webinars, and an excellent online resource centre. Together we are helping to educate the medical community, we have hosted a series of webinar and we presented at Knowlex 2023 Infection Prevention and Control Conference.

Lloyds Online doctor

With help from Lloyds, we are reaching more people each day with our vital health messages.  Last year, we were pleased to team up with Lloyds Online doctor, which offers on- demand online healthcare, to highlight key stats on erectile dysfunction.  Together we are working to educate and inform more people about their urological health.

Peak Medical

With the support of Peak Medical, who specialise in continence care products and services, we have designed a card to help those that need to gain quick access to a toilet when the urge comes. Peak Medical have also awarded us two educational grants enabling us to run a ’Unlocking Potential – The Power of Successful Communication’ courses designed specifically for urology nurses.


We are excited to be working alongside Peppy to help transform awareness of urology conditions and specifically men’s health. Peppy is the leading health app that connects employees to real, human health experts. With Peppy, employees can chat, attend video consultations, join live events or watch videos from specialist nurses, counsellors, consultants, or other health professionals.

Together we hosted a series of ‘Lunch and Learn’ sessions to support Peppy’s clients, some of the organisations that support their employees with Peppy are Santander, Vitality, Aviva, Novartis, BNP Paribas, NHS, Wickes and Edelman – collectively Peppy supports over one million employees.


During Men’s Health Week we teamed up with Male Health platform TRTed. The aim of the campaign was to raise awareness of the underlying symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction and get men to talk about this important issue. Our survey revealed that the stigma associated with erectile dysfunction is resulting in a neglect by many men to seek medical advice and treatment for the urological condition.  We were delighted to see features on Huffington Post on-line, Daily Mail Online and Daily Star Online.  We also launched a new Factsheet on erectile dysfunction – sincere thanks to Mr Hussain M Alnajjar, Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist and Honorary Associate Professor at University College London (UCL) for providing content.

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