Upcoming Events

Friday 17th May – Sunday 19th May – Annual Congress of the Swiss Societies UK (FOSSUK)

Suzanne Egloff, President of the Swiss Benevolent Society shall be presenting with H.E. Ambassador Fasel and Sarah Lagger about Brexit and citizen’s rights.

Free to attend at the Swiss Embassy, London. Reservation is required and spaces are limited.

Please visit the FOSSUK website for all Congress documents and the full agenda.

If you would like to attend, download the form below, complete and return to info@swiss-societies.co.uk by Friday, 10th May 2019.

Tuesday 21st May 2019 at 18:30pm – Annual General Meeting 2019

Members & friends invited.

RSVP required – please use the form below to confirm your attendance.

Location:
Swiss Embassy, 16–18 Montagu Place, London W1H 2BQ

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Wednesday 29th May 2019 – Swiss Benevolent Coffee Morning

The Swiss Benevolent Society hosts a friendly coffee morning on the last Wednesday of each month.

Our next coffee morning will take place on Wednesday 29th May at 10:30–11:45.

To register your interest and for more information, please contact Petra using the details below.

Phone: 0207 836 9119

Email: info@swissbenevolent.org.uk


Past Events

Wednesday 24th April 2019 – Swiss Benevolent Coffee Morning

The Swiss Benevolent Society hosts a friendly coffee morning on the last Wednesday of each month.

Our next coffee morning will take place Wednesday 24th April at 10:30–11:45.

To register your interest and for more information, please contact Petra using the details below.

Phone: 0207 836 9119

Email: info@swissbenevolent.org.uk

12th March 2019 – Bereavement Seminar, in partnership with Cruse Bereavement Care

Building hope for the future
A seminar to discuss bereavement, understanding grief, self-care and coping with loss to build hope for a new future. The discussion will be lead by the experts at Cruse Bereavement Care in association with the Swiss Benevolent Society. Support to help accept the reality of loss can be valuable as everyone’s’ experiences and responses are individual to them. Keeping in mind that bereavement can impact people in different ways whereby one might possibly experience reactions or a difference in feelings, behaviours, thoughts, physical reactions, or relationships for a period of time.

Various support sessions will be discussed from one-to-one to group.

28th September 2017 – Ageing Well – Dementia or Age-Related Memory Loss?

A seminar for Swiss citizens and their families/friends living in the UK explaining everything about dementia, including the difference between normal memory loss due to ageing and signs of dementia. Can it be prevented?

With over 850,000 people suffering from dementia in the UK, a figure due to rise to 1.1 million by 2025 and two million by 2050, dementia is likely to affect most families. 

Date: Thursday, 28 September 2017
Location: Embassy of Switzerland, 16–18 Montagu Place, London W1H 2BQ
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Cost: Free of charge