Charity of the Year

Select Anxiety UK as your Charity of the Year

Chances are you or someone you know has been personally affected by anxiety. Whether that be a colleague who struggles with panic attacks, a family member who has a phobia or your own difficulties with managing stress and anxiety. You might even be a membership organisation that is receiving an increasing amount of enquiries from your members struggling with anxiety and stress.

Anxiety UK was established in 1970 by Katharine Fisher who had personal experience of living with anxiety.  Today the charity still retains its original, ‘user-led’ ethos being run by and for, those living with or affected by anxiety, stress and anxiety based depression.

If your company, sports society or even your family and friends are looking for a charity to support this year, your help will go a long way to help us support the thousands of people experiencing anxiety that contact us.

Please feel free to download this list of ideas on how your organisation could raise money for Anxiety UK:  Charity-of-the-year.pdf

How your support helps:

£5,000 can enable us to give a grant to support research into anxiety through the Anxiety UK Katharine & Harold Fisher Anxiety Research Fund

£10,000 could fund the production of a tailored guide on anxiety, stress or anxiety based depression for 2,500 people

£20,000 could fund our national Infoline to answer over 7,500 calls from people experiencing high levels of distress and who need support to help with the management of anxiety and fear

By making Anxiety UK Charity of the Year, you will receive regular updates on how your funds are being used to support those living with anxiety, stress and anxiety based depression, in addition to coverage that we are able to offer your organisation/you, through for example, articles in our quarterly Anxious Times magazine, updates and engagement on our social media channels.

If you would like more information on how you can support Anxiety UK through a Charity of the Year initiative, please contact or on 0161 226 7727.