Anxiety UK

Anxiety UK are a self-funded charity who strive to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression. We rely entirely on the generosity of our supporters, members and beneficiaries to continue this valuable work, and help make the despair caused by anxiety a thing of the past.

Formed in 1970 by someone living with agoraphobia for those affected by anxiety disorders, today the charity is still a user-led organisation, run by people with experience of living with anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression, supported by a high-profile medical advisory panel.

Anxiety UK is a member of the Association of Mental Health Providers. We work to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy. We work regularly with external agencies and healthcare professionals to improve services for those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression and also campaign to raise awareness of the conditions.

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Every Life Matters

Every Life Matters is a Cumbrian suicide prevention and suicide bereavement support charity.

We deliver suicide prevention training, campaigning and awareness raising through a network of Suicide Safer Community Projects across the County.

Relate Derby and Southern Derbyshire

Relationship breakdowns can ruin lives, and families can be torn apart by the aftermath of a divorce or seperation.

Relationship breakdown can lead to:

  • Mental and physical ill health
  • Debt
  • Loneliness
  • Unemployment and problems at work
  • Homelessness

Relate helps to prevent relationship breakdown, and when things go wrong we are there to pick up the pieces. We do this through conselling, and other support services. By donating to Relate you could change someone's life in your local area-help us to give the gift of a healthy relationship.

At Relate Derby and Southern Derbyshire, our children and young people's service is called Safe Speak. It is widely recognised that emotional and mental health problems developed in childhood and adolescence go on to affect adults in later life. At Relate Derby we help children and young people explore and develop coping strategies for issues such as family breakdown, bullying and peer relationships, bereavement, the formation of new families or the absence of a family member in their life.

Help us continue to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and their families.

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Samaritans volunteers have been a lifeline for over 60 years. We support anyone struggling to cope, any time of the day or night so that fewer people die by suicide. Today, we will receive over 14,000 calls for help.

Every day, Samaritans supports people to explore their feelings and options, so that they can find their own way through. Our trained volunteers are everyday people who listen when people reach out by phone, email, text or by coming into a branch. Our helpline is available round the clock, every single day of the year, for anyone going through a difficult time.

Suicide is not inevitable, it's preventable; we know that our service can help people before it's too late. As well as our listening service, we also work in partnership with schools, the media, prisons and the rail industry to reduce suicide.

It's the public's kind donations and over 20,000 trained volunteers that mean we're always there for anyone struggling to cope. But demand for our services is increasing and we need support so that we can train and support our volunteers to be there for people, however they need us, in the future.

Every death by suicide is a tragedy. By supporting Samaritans in the Unity lottery, you give people someone to talk to when they need to most. And that can be a life-changing gift.

Thank you.

For more information about Samaritans please visit our website at

A company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales (757372) and a charity registered in England & Wales (219432) and in Scotland (SC040604).

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Step One

Step One supports people to fulfil their potential through specialist mental health, employment and supported living services.

We are motivated by seeing people making progress. We work positively with people to identify their individual needs and support them to manage their wellbeing and take positive steps forward.

Our diverse services and teams have expertise ranging from mental health crisis care and recovery, to one-to-one enabling support and employment mentoring.

We consider a person's wider wellbeing which could be affecting their mental health, their ability to work or be a part of their community.

We are a charity based in Devon working across the South West and North West of England and south Wales.

We have many years' experience in providing specialist support and adapting what we do to meet people's needs in the most effective way. We continue to do this through research and trialling new approaches.

Step One is the new name for St Loye's Foundation and its subsidiary Community Care Trust (CCT). The two charities merged in 2015 because of increasing recognition of the links between support for people with disabilities and mental health conditions.

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The Mental Health Lottery

The Mental Health Lottery is run by North East Charity Anxious Minds who is a member of the Association of Mental Health Providers and an organisational member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Like lots of smaller charities, it struggles to raise sufficient funding to support the people they serve. The Mental Health Lottery establishes a new and nationwide source of financing to allow supporters to impact mental health support directly.

It will allow Anxious Minds to expand its counselling services both for adults and children across the UK and support these smaller grassroots mental health charities that work directly within our communities.

Please PlayThe Mental Health Lottery.

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The Wolfpack Project

The Wolfpack Project is a new, ambitious charity dedicated to reducing loneliness & social isolation amongst younger people & adults.

What We Do:

Provide our members with one-to-one support through our Buddy Scheme. Identify the loneliest in society and help support them to engage in activities/hobbies, pursue their interests, attend events and access the one-to-one support of our Buddy Scheme.

We plan of develop a ‘’Wolfpack’’ group in our hometown of Nottingham - and thereafter across the UK - in which members can socialise with a wide-range of people who are also looking to grow their friendship and support networks.

Take away message? We’re different! We recognise that each and every one of us will have experienced loneliness and social isolation at some point in our lives (and we all need to talk about it more!). We’re here to promote increased social contact and a deeper connection with the members of the community around us.


  • More than nine million people in the UK say they always or often feel lonely (Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness)
  • 1 in 4 student have mental healths problems (77% of which have depression, and 74% have anxiety) (YouGov)
  • Nearly half (46%) of UK students feel lonely during their time at university compared to 32% globally (HESA)
  • People aged 16-24 are three times more likely to feel lonely than those aged over 65 (Office of National Statistics)
  • 42% of British people say they don't have a single friend at work
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York Samaritans

York Samaritans provide emotional support to anyone going through a difficult time in their lives, perhaps even feeling suicidal, and need someone to talk to. Samaritans don't give advice, don't judge people and never tell them what to do.

What we offer to anyone who makes contact, is the opportunity to talk about what is worrying them and perhaps help them think about their options.

Sometimes being able to do this helps our callers to either arrive at their own solutions or come to terms with the situation. This service is provided by telephone, email, text or face to face in the branch.

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