Become a MyBeat member today and help us beat eating disorders
Our My Beat membership scheme has been given a boost by TV Presenter Zoe Hardman who has become an honorary member of My Beat. Zoe will be helping us to promote this scheme during our 25th anniversary.
"I’m delighted to be a member of My Beat. Beat is a charity really close to my heart and, because of my own experience, I am passionate about helping people with eating disorders and doing everything I can to raise awareness of these serious mental illnesses. Becoming a member of My Beat keeps me up to date and involved in their vital work and enables me to be a part of their vision that eating disorders can and will be beaten."
Honorary MyBeat member, Zoe Hardman
Why become a member?
Becoming a member of My Beat offers you the opportunity to be more involved in our work, to join a network of support and information and to access the latest news and advances in research.
Annual membership is just £25 for waged individuals and £5 for unwaged individuals (unemployed, receiving benefits, retired or a full time student).
As a member you will receive:
- Regular e-newsletters, including opportunities to take part in research, join campaigns and make your voice heard
- Invitations to supporter events
- Opportunities to take part in fundraising
- Invitations to take part in surveys, questionnaires and to share your own experiences
- Our Upbeat magazine
- Voting member opportunity for anyone over 18
How do I join?
Click here to set up an annual direct debit
You can download and complete the My Beat Membership Form and return to Beat with payment or call Liz on 01603 753336 with your credit or debit card details.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your payment has been received you will be sent your My Beat membership pack.
"Being a member of Beat is a great way to give something back to a charity that has helped my family."
Professional Network Membership
Beat also provide a membership scheme for professionals working in the field of eating disorders. Our Professional Network Membership scheme connects you to colleagues and provides you exclusive discounts on our conferences and training events across the UK. Find out more and sign up now by clicking here.