Lucy Marie Rayner, a beautiful, sensitive soul, a daughter, a sister, a girlfriend, a grand daughter, a cousin, an auntie, a best friend, a helper, a hard worker, a diva, a perfectionist, a wild child, a risk taker, a party animal, the list goes on. Lucy took her own life on the 05th May 2012 aged 22 years.
No one saw it coming. It was a total surprise to us all.
As heart broken as we all are, she explained how she felt in the letter she left in the moments before she took her own life. She loved us all but she didn’t love herself or her life, it was a struggle for her and she wanted some peace.
We all knew that she had mood swings and she did go to the doctor but she was not diagnosed as having depression or any form of mental illness.
Lucy didn’t talk about her feelings and found it hard expressing her emotions. This page is set up in memory of Lucy and for those who want to help donate and express their love and support for the ‘The Lucy Rayner Foundation’.
To promote and raise awareness of the physical and mental health of persons suffering from depression, in particular, but not exclusively young adults by such means as the trustees in their absolute discretion think fit.
‘Viva Las Vegas’ themed charity night
Each year we are plan to hold an annual Charity events to raise money for our Charity. As Lucy’s birthday fulls in October, this year it will be held at The Reigate Manor Hotel.
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Becky and sylvia run the Marathon for Samaritans in memory of Lucy raising £2,500
Christian cycled from london to paris in 24/7 for Mind in memory of Lucy
Last year we held our annual Charity ball raising £10,000 for TheLucyRaynerFoundation
Lesley run the Brighton Marathon for The Lucy Rayner foundation raising £300
Caspar took part in the tough mudders 12 mile obstercle course raising £155 for TheLucyRayner Foundation
Car wash organised by Lucy’S Friends raising £400 for the Charity
Up for a challenge and raising money for the Charity?? We have events up and coming throughout the year, so contact us if you are interested.
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