How would you like to have an impact on other people's lives, by sharing your story? Talking about your experience as a MedicAlert member in a short video might just do the trick.


MedicAlert aims to support people with medical conditions to feel independent and remain active and YOU can help us achieve this.

We would love for you to tell us about how your life has improved by joining MedicAlert and how it has allowed you to become or remain active.

Remember, there is no such thing as ‘too small an achievement’. There are so many people that may be facing challenges just like yourself. What you’ve already faced and conquered might be just what they need to hear! From trying a new sport or joining a community activity, to simply walking the dog or tending to your garden, each of these activities are sometimes taken for granted and you only realise that when you don't feel safe enough to do them. 

We would love to share real stories to inspire others to gain confidence too!

Simply use your smartphone, tablet or video camera and capture yourself in a 1 minute video, talking about:
- Why is being active is important to you?
- What activities do you take part in?
- How does MedicAlert membership support you in that?
- Why do you love MedicAlert?

Don't worry about providing an Oscar worthy performance, or using a professional camera. All we expect is real people and real stories - your phone will be enough and we want you to be just... you!

Video Instructions


We will be sharing the best videos on our website, social media channels and with other organisations who are helping to raise awareness of MedicAlert.

In addition to the sense of satisfaction that will come from being directly involved in improving other people's lives, we will also be offering a prize to 10 lucky winners: a £15 voucher to spend with MedicAlert.

So what are you waiting for… send your videos to marketing@medicalert.org.uk by Sunday 3rd March and help us shout from the rooftops about how MedicAlert supports those with medical conditions to live an active life!



Contest Terms and Conditions

1. The contest is open only to MedicAlert UK members.
2. Participants can submit just one video, either as an individual or a team. However, just one prize will be awarded per video.
3. Video submissions will be accepted until Sunday 3rd March.
4. The winners will be announced on Wednesday 6th March, with a notification via email and a public post on Social Media.
5. Up to ten winners will be selected. All winners will receive a £15 discount voucher each, which can be used towards a piece of MedicAlert medical ID jewellery of their choice, or as a discount off their membership fee.
6. MedicAlert’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
7. By submitting your video, you consent to your name being published on our website and/or social media pages should you be a chosen winner.
8. All stories submitted will agree/consent to have their videos shared on our website, our Social Media Pages and with other organisations in order to raise awareness regarding MedicAlert.
9. By submitting your video, you consent to your video being published by MedicAlert on our website and/or social media pages, or by other organisations for the purpose of raising awareness of MedicAlert without prior consent for each posting. If you wish for MedicAlert to no longer use your video you have the right, under GDPR, to request this. This can be done by emailing marketing@medicalert.org.uk, who will also inform you of your additional rights under GDPR.
10. By submitted your video, you understand and agree that MedicAlert has no obligation to publish your video.
11. For full privacy information, please refer to: https://www.medicalert.org.uk/Cookies-privacy-policy/
12. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. You are providing your information to MedicAlert and not to any other party.

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