Bartlett Property supports and has strong links with two charities helping to fight leukaemia.
Cure Leukaemia is a charity established to support research and international breakthroughs to transform the lives of patients at the Leukaemia Centre serving the West Midlands and based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. However, through its fundraising activities, it has helped these benefits to be more widely available and enables a world class team of doctors and scientists to work together to develop new life saving treatments. Alfred Bartlett is a Trustee of Cure Leukaemia.
Geoff Thomas is an ex-England International footballer who was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia and given three years to live in July 2003. Due to amazing medical care and support, Geoff is still here today. Alfred Bartlett is a founding Trustee of the Geoff Thomas Foundation which is dedicated to raising money for leukaemia research and specifically to fund essential research, nurses, scientists and clinicians at the five major Leukaemia centres across the UK. This will not only extend treatment options to patients, for whom no effective treatments currently exist, but also create a team of committed doctors and scientists who can work together to crack this disease and fulfil Geoff’s mission of ensuring everyone with this terrible disease has the same chance of cure as him.
Leukaemia Research Fund has incorporated The Geoff Thomas Foundation into its programme to fast track its research and trial of new drugs nationally.