Spend, save and raise: Raise free donations for Bipolar UK whenever you shop online…

Bipolar UK statistics

  • Sheila Woodland and Philomena Germing started Bipolar UK in 1983 after each one reached out to the general public asking to form a society. The idea behind setting up the organisation was to dispel the stigma, secrecy and widespread ignorance of manic depression.
  • The charity needs donations to keep conducting high-quality research to improve its services, as well as lead service and policy developments.
  • The charity also runs online support centres and services to help employers and employees deal with bipolar in the workplace with support over the phone and via email. Together, we can help support Bipolar UK by signing up to Savoo and selecting it as your charity to receive free donations whenever you shop online.

How to raise free donations for Bipolar UK

  1. Sign up to Savoo for free to start saving money and raising free donations
  2. Click 'Support a Charity' to browse our charity directory
  3. Search for 'Bipolar UK', browse by category, or select another charity close to your heart
  4. Ensure you're signed in to your Savoo account and click 'Support this charity' on the page of your choice
  5. Begin using our discount codes and deals to save at your favourite stores
  6. Check out your account to see how much you've raised so far every time you place an order through Savoo!

Signing up to support Bipolar UK with Savoo

Learn more about Bipolar UK

Peer support is at the core of Bipolar UK's work. Whether you need help, advice or guidance, or a loved one is, the experts at Bipolar UK can be there alongside the 1,000 other individuals they support every month. If you're eager to help and raise money and awareness for its cause, there are many ways to get involved to help them make an everlasting difference.

How they support: Get one-to-one peer support via telephone and email from Bipolar UK's trained supporters

Bipolar UK's telephone one-to-one service pairs someone with Bipolar or their loved one with an expert. The experts provide them with the tools to help manage their condition, help them develop coping strategies, and talk you through any issues you're currently experiencing.

Ways you can help: Become a volunteer

Provide hands-on support to Bipolar UK by becoming a volunteer and helping the charity run its hundreds of peer support groups nationwide. You can volunteer within its Peer Support Groups, either online or in-person or through its call-back support line. Alternatively, you can be a moderator within the Bipolar UK online forum, or even an events assistant. The types of roles available are endless, allowing you to make a change in your own way.

Other ways to donate: Find a Bipolar UK fundraising event to join

So many different and exciting fundraising opportunities are happening all over the U.K. via Bipolar UK. Whether you want to run to raise money for the cause or cycle, skydive, or paddle, there's an event for you. Thousands of people participate in them every year, so you won't be alone. Perhaps choose World Bipolar Day on 30th March as your fundraising day and join the many who are proactive in making a difference.


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