Charity

Bipolar UK
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. We provide a range of services to enable people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses to take control of their lives. Each year we reach out and support over 65,000 individuals through our services and information/advice publications. We also work in partnership with research organisations and campaign for new developments to tackle key issues. Our services encompass a national network of self help groups, self management training courses, a mentoring scheme working with hospitals and psychiatric units, members services incorporating a dedicated Helpline, a youth service workplace training and our vibrant e Community, a web-based discussion forum for individuals affected by bipolar to share their views and experiences.


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Explore Bipolar Fundraising Page

Fundraisers: 
Ashley Toft, David Green, David Halsall, roland wootten, Martin Pearcy, Bryan Black, Peter Crane, Tim Hornby, Bruce Singleton, Rick Britton, Rob Christopher, Andrew Marshall, mike kennett, johnny rath, Ric Williams

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/explorebipolar

Hi - thanks for visiting our page.

Through Virgin Money Giving, you can make donations for any of the events that we are organising in 2012, to raise awareness and cash for those suffering from Bipolar Disorder.

If sponsoring the End 2 End cycle you can either choose to sponsor the team as a whole or an individual rider.

All donations will be processed quickly and sent directly to Bipolar UK, the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of Bipolar, their familes and carers.

Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim any gift aid on the charity's behalf.

Thanks for your generosity in supporting this very worthwhile cause.

The Explore Bipolar Team

Find out more about us, our events & fundraising at www.explorebipolar.org

Recent donors

06.03.13 Found this £75 donation from last year sitting in a forgotten envelope - thanks to whoever else it was that supported our end to end ride. Epic!

17.11.12 Cash collected from all pledges and paid to VMG by Bruce. Total paid online to VMG = £1388. Bruce making his own donation of £112 to round up Bruce's total sponsorship to £1500.

17.11.12 Neda Molai paid Shahla £20 who then paid Bruce £20

17.11.12 Shahla Birch gave Bruce £20

14.11.12

11.11.12 Thanks for the reminder Anna :o)

17.10.12 One Golden Ticket please...feels a bit like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!! Amazing total and I'm sure Huw will enjoy this evening!

17.10.12 Congratulations on raising such a huge total. Have a great evening tonight.

16.10.12 Malcolm, god bless you. thank you for your support

16.10.12 The final £25 I needed to give you.

16.10.12 A worthy cause - very well done four reaching such an excellent total. Looking forward to the golden ticket draw!

15.10.12 One Golden ticket please

14.10.12 2 golden tickets

12.10.12 Jo, I hope you win the dream ticket

12.10.12 Well done great effort

12.10.12 A very worthy and excellent cause, keep pushing as hard as you can.

11.10.12 4 Golden Tickets please Johnny

11.10.12 Congratulations on the monumental achievement.

10.10.12 So glad to see you're nearing the £150k target - keep going Super Man! Annie x

10.10.12 £20 dropped into the Explore office by Aussie representative Anna Hazel when she was in last week. Thanks Anna!

09.10.12 Good luck Amanda!

09.10.12

09.10.12 Well done guys

09.10.12 you ought to fundraise for a living!

09.10.12 Nearly there- keep pushing!

£127,733.31

Running total

Target:
£150,000.00
Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£141,914.94
Total donors:
786
Biggest donor:
Anonymous
£5,300.00  
Last donor:
Dave G
06.03.13  
Offline fundraising:
£47,674.19