The Lucy Rayner Foundation, PO Box 419 , REIGATE , RH2 2DT




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The Lucy Rayner Foundation has been approached by film production company called Fact Not Fiction based in Horsham, who want to do a short film about Lucy Rayner’s life and the work her family has done through her charity since her death, to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression in young people.

The documentary is going to be an educational tool to raise awareness of depression, anxiety and low self-esteem in young people.

The aim is to be able to show the documentary in schools, colleges and universities so that young people will know what action they can take, where to go, who can help them. To recognise the signs and symptoms in themselves, their friends and families. The main objective is to get them talk about their feelings before it is too late. The documentary will highlight how and hopefully save some lives.

Fact Not Fiction Production Company have agreed to fund 50% of the production and as a charity we need to raise the remaining 50% with equates to £40,000.

All donators will be credited on the film and will be invited to a premier showing  once the film is completed. The documentary will there for a lifetime and is a perfect way of donating and leaving a legacy to society.

Please donate by clicking here and give what you can to make a difference.

What we are trying to achieve

Lucy Rayner Foundation, Raise awareness

Raise awareness

 To raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression in young adults, and to keep the memory of Lucy Rayner alive


Work with charities

To work alongside other charitable organisations who have the same objectives as The Lucy Rayner Foundation


Fundraise & support

To fundraise to support our endeavours to meet the objectives laid out by the Lucy Rayner Foundation

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