Fundraise for us

Ways to raise money for No Panic

Take part in a fundraising event on our behalf

You could set up your very own JustGiving page, so anyone wishing to sponsor you can do so easily online. They can even gift aid these donations which means No Panic will receive an extra 25% on eligible donations. This will mean you’ll not only be raising awareness for us, but raising vital funds for our charity.

Set your home page and search engine to raise money for free

By using EasySearch instead of Google or any other search engine, you can make a real difference. EasySearch is completely free and by making just 10 searches a day, you could raise around £20 a year for your chosen cause.  Find out more ….

When you make online purchases donate for free

Let’s says you want to do your weekly shop? Well instead of going direct to your chosen store website, go to EasyFundraising or Giveasyoulive, find your chosen store and it will simply take you to their website to complete your shop, but No Panic will receive a percentage of the money you spend. The amount will vary depending on the store you are shopping at and it won’t cost you a penny. Easy Fundraising  or. Give as You Live

Collection boxes

Do you, your friends or family, work or know somewhere that would be happy to put out a No Panic collection box? Contact us to find out more.

Taking your medicine

No Panic was the first UK organisation to begin fundraising via the DrugStars App. DrugStars is an app that donates to charity every time you remember to take your medication. With Drugstars you get even more out of your medication, and at no extra cost. Find out more.

Thank you

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 or provided grants to No Panic.

We would also like to thank  all those that have left 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.

Thank you also to for their generous donation of wristbands.

No Panic would like to say a big thank you to David Orchard and 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 raised funds for us through JustGiving

Kink held their Annual HAIRathon in aid of two amazing charities, No Panic and the Bernice Cowen Charitable Trust.

Kink’s Salon raised £7,425.45.

As part of Cara’s Senior Shropshire Youth Health Champion role, she held 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.

Cara raised £1590.37 for No Panic.

Michelle and Rebecca held a craft sale and carboot for No Panic.

Michelle & Rebecca raised £295.50 for No Panic.

Deborah & Steven donated wedding gifts to No Panic so others could share in their happiness

Deborah & Steven raised £325 for No Panic.

Leon & Jess, as well as family and friends, did 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 their beloved Etienne. Etienne had PTSD, Anxiety & panic attacks and didn’t receive the help he so desperately needed. As a family they supported & loved Etienne as he did them… 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.

Leon & Jess raised £285 for No Panic.

Ella Buchan fundraised for No Panic 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 Ella 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 she did this for him. For Etienne.

Ella raised £1116.80 for No Panic.