The main reason for joining Anti-Smoking International Alliance is to become part of a world where smoking and its dangers do not exist.
Everyone knows that smoking is harmful to smokers and to those around them.
Anti-Smoking International Alliance is dedicated to achieving such a world and is working to this end. From its start, Anti-Smoking International Alliance where hospitals were its first objective, it made smoking cesstion its ultimate objective. After the great success of the model, the Alliance opened the award to other sectors including corporate, sport and culture clubs, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, collages, universities, cinemas, theater, etc.
We believe this SMOKE FREE world can be achieved so please join us to make our world a better place to live in.
Anti-Smoking International Alliance
Registered Charity No. 1004061
WHY WAS IT FORMED?
To protect, preserve and improve the health of individuals, by helping to protect them from the risks and injurious consequences of tobacco smoking, including fire risks.
Anti-Smoking International Alliance acts in cooperation with international bodies, such as the International Hospital Federation. The Anti-Smoking International Alliance’s annual Tom Hurst Award for the best smoke-free hospital initiatives of the year has been won by hospitals in Sweden, Austria, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Later on, this award became open to be awarded to other sectors including corporate, sport and culture clubs, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, collages, universities, cinemas, theater, etc.
The Alliance held its first seminar in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on 18th April 2016, with the participation of 15 speakers from 10 countries. A great success has been achieved, and the participation of the individuals and media was noticeable and reflected a united spirit to walk forward towards a smoke-free world.
HELP THE WORLD
By supporting the Anti-Smoking International Alliance
You can become an individual member, a corporate member or a donor.
The annual subscription for an individual member is £20, for a corporate member £100.
Download the application form below, fill the details and send to email@example.com
WHY A REGISTERED CHARITY?
Being a registered charity under British law means that the Anti-Smoking International Alliance is a voluntary, independent body which is supervised by a legal regulatory body, the Charities Commission.
WHO RUNS THE ALLIANCE?
A committee of unpaid volunteers. The Chairman is Abdul Salam Al Madani, from the United Arab Emirates, V.Chairman, treasurer & trustee Prof. John Stephens, a British Academic, General Secretary, Mr. John Bickerstaff, and Dr. Roberto Masironi from Switzerland, a retired World Health Organization official. The other board members include Dr. Leland L. Fairbanks MD.President of ACAS from Tempe USA. Heading the Alliance is industrialist Sir Peter Walters, its Patron.
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