• HVN Rai
    As a user-led national charity who supports the development of these groups, we need your help to fund alternative support options for those who need and want them. We are applying for grants to support people too, but want to be able to launch the forum as soon as possible - but just don't have the cash. This campaign gives us the ability to move quickly and put support in place when it's needed. We can build on this if, and when, we get further funds.

    Please share this link with your friends, family and/or allies: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/hvn-covid19

    We are seeking donations to help us:

    Fund our new online support forum, in a secure platform that won't be flooded with spam. We have now launched this - but need help to keep it going.

    Create, print and distribute resources (newsletters, isolation-specific coping strategies, information and personal stories) that helps ensure those who do not use the internet are not forgotten and can stay connected.

    We have set our target at £500, but every penny we receive will go directly to supporting people who hear voices. We don't have any paid staff, and our main income streams are membership and donations ... every penny and pound makes a difference to us.

    Please only donate if, and what, you are able - we know these are difficult times for us all. Stay safe.

    If you would like to find out more about us, please see our site: www.hearing-voices.org.

    Is you, or someone you care about, struggling with voices/visions during the lockdown, see our Covid-19 Lockdown Survival Guide

    Please share this link with your friends, family and/or allies: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/hvn-covid19
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