Our brand-new partnership offer recognises our close working relationships with organisations across the health and care sector. We work together to strengthen the voice of patients, service users, carers, their families, and the voluntary organisations that work for them.
Interested in becoming a sector partner?
To discuss partnership with the National Voices team email firstname.lastname@example.org
Why become an official National Voices Partner?
Accelerate our impact Use our National Voices Partner badge to let the world know you support us and are committed to the power of the patient voice in healthcare
Access our network, and seek advice on how best to approach patient voice representation in your work
Insight Meet our CEO for a 1-2-1 briefing once a year
Engage with the collective insight and experience of our members via dedicated events, networks and online forums.
Save through our discounted day rates for consultancy and project support including early bird access to our brand new lived experience coaching programme
Boost your proposals - be our preferred co-bidder on grants and tenders – we will always seek to work with our official partners first
Stay informed of the latest developments and opportunities in the sector with access to our bank of data and policy resources, and partner-only policy briefings and e-newsletters.
Our partners say:
`We really value our partnership with National Voices. They help us think through our work from a community perspective and have excellent networks that have connected us to people we would otherwise struggle to reach.’
Richard Murray, Chief Executive of The King's Fund
“We are proud to be Partners of National Voices. Together we have worked on projects which have amplified the voices of people living with ill health throughout the pandemic, with a focus on those experiencing the greatest inequity.”
Claire Kennedy, PPL
“We benefit from working in partnership with National Voices. They provide constructive challenge to our plans and can connect us to their diverse network.”
Alice Williams, Head of Patient and Public Involvement (Innovation, Research and Life Sciences), NHS Accelerated Access Collaborative