No Panic would like to thank the following organisations who have provided Grants to use recently:
No Panic would also like to say a special thank you to the late Mrs Marjorie Berger for the legacy that she left us.You can read our full thank you on our dedicated page.
No Panic would like to say Thank You to Mrs Doreen Coulson and to Miss Fay Davies for leaving us legacies. To be put into their wills means a great deal to us, to both know we had a profound effect on them and that they would think so highly of us that they would remember us in such a way.
No Panic survives on grants and donations and can’t thank everyone individually, so we would like to say a most gracious thank you to all the kind people who have donated to No Panic over the last year.
No Panic would like to say thank you to Cotswold Lavender who have graciously decided to partner with us to give our members 20% off Lavender oils. Check out our blog on the partnership here and contact Nicki if you’re a member for the coupon code.
No Panic would like to say a big thank you to David Orchard and http://Weblad.uk for our hosting and website support.
No Panic are eternally grateful for the support that Speakserve provides, they are one of No Panic’s longest running partners and provide their services to us. They also are the providers for our youth helpline. We can’t say thank you enough to them.
We would like to say a huge thank you to Everything Branded for their very generous donation of wristbands.
No Panic would like to thank all those who raise funds for us through JustGiving:
Kink are proud to be holding their 9th Annual HAIRathon in aid of two amazing charities, No Panic and the Bernice Cowen Charitable Trust.
These two charities are very important to all of us at Kink, whether a family member who has experienced anxiety and associated issues or perhaps a friend who developed cancer; we all know someone who has been affected in some way.
No Panic offers a full range of services for people who suffer from
Panic Attacks, Phobias and Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder including,
literature, CD’s and DVD’s, a membership scheme and “contact” book
service wherein members are able to make pen-friends or phone friends
with other people who have similar problems. They also offer telephone
recovery groups which are of special benefit to people who live in rural
or isolated areas where access to local face-to-face self help groups
or statutory support is very limited.
The Bernice Cowen Charitable Trust is a small charity run by family and friends to keep their promise to one extremely special person, Bernice Sandra Cowen.
In the short time they have been established they have raised a staggering £37,000 for Action Against Cancer.
This charity was set up by Bernice’s oncologist, Professor Justin
Stebbing . Justin treated Bernice at a time when all other doors had been shut to them and they were told that nothing else could be done for Bernice. Justin is looking to block the cancer genes to prevent people from developing the disease; hoping that one day cancer will be something that you live with rather than you die from. His team is already working on one such gene.
Everyone at Kink is excited to do all they can to help raise money for this year’s chosen charities and our clients, friends and families never fail to disappoint with their generosity and support.
Lets make this HAIRathon the biggest one yet!
Kink’s Salon raised £7,425.45.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.As part of my Senior Shropshire Youth Health Champion role I am holding a fundraising and awareness concert on Saturday 18th April in Shrewsbury to help No Panic set up a specialised helpline for secondary school pupils to discuss and get help with their anxiety and panic.The event is ticketed please contact Cara Povey via email on email@example.com to find out more. If you can’t attend the event this page is a great way to show your support and donate to set up this specialised helpline.Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.Thank you in advance for your generosity and support.
Cara raised £1590.37 for No Panic.
We are holding craft sales and carboots for No Panic because urgently require financial help
Michelle & Rebecca raised £295.50 for No Panic.
We are donating wedding gifts for No Panic because we want others to share in our happiness
Deborah & Steven raised £325.00 for No Panic.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
I am doing a Triathlon in Spain to raise money for No Panic so people can receive the help they need & no family will suffer as our family has after the loss of our beloved Etienne.
Etienne had PTSD,Anxiety & panic attacks and didn’t receive the help he so desperately needed,as a family we supported & loved Etienne as he did us…He suddenly became unwell with stomach pains and was too scared to get medical help..which resulted in his stomach ulcer bursting and he sadly passed away on 4th April 2016 aged 35.
So Myself,my sister Jessica and a few other friends and family members will be taking part in a triathlon which will consist of 1k Swim,10k bike ride & 5k run so that we can raise awareness and also funds to help people get the help and support that is often not given so freely.
Leon & Jess raised £285.00 for No Panic.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
I’m doing this because so many people are living with the darkness and in the crippling grip of anxiety and panic disorders. And the nature of these conditions means those suffering struggle to seek help, often falling under even darker shadows of depression and addiction.
Someone who was very special to me, who was a huge part of my life, died, aged just 35, because of damage caused through self-medicating his condition. And because he was too frightened to call a doctor or the ambulance that might have saved his life.
So I’m doing this for him. For Etienne.
He had turned his life around, given up alcohol and was striving to be happy. He was strong enough to do that, so I am trying to be strong, too.
Ella raised £1116.80 for No Panic.
No Panic would like to thank the follow people for giving significant donations:
- The Basingstoke Air Rifle & Pistol Club
- Mr Dearman
- Every other generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous
- Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire Freemasons
No Panic would like to thank https://wristbandcreation.com/ for their generous donation of wristbands.