More survivors are seeking support than ever before, and NAPAC wants to be there for them. With your help, we can meet the growing demand for our support services and online resources, and invest in helping them recover.

Help us support more survivors today

Fundraising stories

Dan's Dartmoor Ultra Marathon

Chris runs in support of survivors

Ayomide cycles London to Brighton

What does your money do?

Even a small donation has the potential to transform a life. We aim to provide direct support to 10,000 survivors a year via our support service, with hundreds of thousands more accessing our online resources. Here’s how your money can help.

  • £10 will post a set of NAPAC’s booklets to a survivor.
  • £25 will answer a call to our survivor support service.
  • £175 will fund a volunteer shift, so they can answer calls and emails, supporting multiple survivors at a time of crisis.
  • £500 will fund a volunteer for a month, including their training. 
  • £1,000 will fund a place for a survivors in one of our support groups. 

Your support is vital to maintaining our services and develop new resources that help reach more survivors. 

We understand that not everyone can support us financially, even a social share on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn is hugely beneficial to us reaching more survivors!

How to create an online fundraising page

An online fundraising page is an easy way to collect donations from friends, family and colleagues.

Set up a fundraising page for NAPAC on JustGiving.


Share your fundraising pages

Share fundraising pages on your social media accounts.

As well as raising more money, this will help more people find out about NAPAC, enabling them to reach out sooner and begin the recovery process.


Gift Aid donations

If you are a UK tax payer, please be sure to use Gift Aid, as this means we’ll receive at least 25p on top of every pound you raise!


Ask about match funding

Many companies are willing to support your fundraising as part of their social programmes and employee benefits packages. Ask if your employer would support you, through match-funding or in-kind. One scheme you can try is Big Give match funding.

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