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Raising Awareness & Providing Support for Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges

Raising Awareness & Providing Support for Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges

Raising Awareness & Providing Support for Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges

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Our aims are to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression and mental health problems in young adults, to provide support services in the community, and to work alongside other charitable organisations who have the same objectives. Scroll down to find out more about our services, our fundraising, and the projects we are involved in.

SUPPORT SERVICES

Family Mental Health Support Banner
Surrey Suicide Bereavement Support Service logo

Our services provide practical and accessible help for people in need, from drop-in coffee mornings to a full support service for families bereaved by suicide…

WHO WE WORK WITH

SAMARITANS

Cruse

FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Family fun days, Music gigs, Community events, Fishing competitions, Golf tournaments, Gala balls, Social media campaigns, Prize auctions – We are always busy organising, or taking part in, fundraising events to support the work we do…

COMING SOON – 2020 EVENTS – WATCH THIS SPACE !

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PROJECTS TO RAISE AWARENESS

Lucy - Breaking the Silence film poster
Can Anyone Hear Me logo
Jenny Rayner raising awareness of mental health issues

Our projects help to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression and mental health challenges in young adults, and help change in the way mental health is perceived by society…

LATEST NEWS

We are delighted to announce that our very own Jenny Rayner has won the Mayor’s Volunteer Award 2019 (Individual Trustee Award).

The Mayor’s theme this year is ‘Working together for our great community’ and the judging panel are delighted to be able to recognise the work of our local volunteers, and the voluntary services.

Well done Jenny Rayner and everyone at The Lucy Rayner Foundation for all the hard work you do for the community. See more about this on Facebook.

See what we’ve been up to on FACEBOOK

The Lucy Rayner Foundation Charity Golf DayThank you to the following people who have purchased some LRF golf merch and will be looking fab the next time they’re on the golf course.

Russell Thomas
David Lewis
Gideon Ewers
Sean Lavery
Thomas McKercher

If anyone else is interested in any of the following please email Dave@nullthelucyraynerfoundation.com
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As we close and reflect on Mental Health Awareness Week - Remember there are people and charities who want to support you in anyway they can but you have to take the first step and ‘Say Something’.

Here’s some encouragement ❤️
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Thank you Fiona Clark and Maxine King 🥰

The Lucy Rayner Foundation
“SAY SOMETHING”

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week - If you are struggling with your thoughts and you are struggling to say something to someone. I hope this short video will give you the courage to reach out.

A massive thank you to everyone who has taken part 💋

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Wow go Richard Thomas - He has two more runs left to do tonight - 2am and 6am!! Running a total of 52 miles for our charity - AMAZING 💙

Good luck on the last miles 💙💙

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Wow go Richard Thomas - He has two more runs left to do tonight - 2am and 6am!! Running a total of 52 miles for our charity - AMAZING 💙

Good luck on the last miles 💙💙

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=RichardThomas87&pageUrl=2

Keymex in Reigate supporting our “Say Something” campaign launched during #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek to get people who are struggling to reach out. #saysomething‬ #followfriday ‬ Keymex Richard Stephenson ... See MoreSee Less

Charities Aid Foundation"We hope that we will be able to help as many people as possible within our community in dealing with their mental health issues before it escalates into something more serious. In doing that we can take some of pressure off the NHS, local police and ambulance services who are already working hard.” Mental health charity The Lucy Rayner Foundation continues to help people online and on the phone, and is seeing an increase in referrals for counselling services. We are proud we could provide some support through our Coronavirus emergency response fund. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek ... See MoreSee Less

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide - SOBSThe Lucy Rayner Foundation is encouraging us all to....Say Something 💜 Say Anything 💜 Just SAY SOMETHING 💜 #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #SuicideAwareness #saysomething ... See MoreSee Less

“SAY SOMETHING”

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week - If you are struggling with your thoughts and you are struggling to say something to someone. I hope this short video will give you the courage to reach out.

A massive thank you to everyone who has taken part 💋

Clip made by @factnotfictionfilms
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“SAY SOMETHING”

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week - If you are struggling with your thoughts and you are struggling to say something to someone. I hope this short video will give you the courage to reach out.

A massive thank you to everyone who has taken part especially award winning actress Darcy Jacobs - Missing A Note and Tamara Wall - Hollyoaks and Ambassador to our Charity 💋

Clip made by Fact not Fiction FilmsThis is "Lucy Rayner Foundation - Say Something" by Fact Not Fiction Films on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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ABOUT US

On the 5th May 2012, Jenny Rayner and her family were tragically faced with the impact of mental illness, when their daughter Lucy took her own life aged just 22.

This life-changing event inspired the family to begin campaigning to help address the mental health challenges faced by young adults.

LUCY’S STORY

Lucy Marie Rayner was 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… took her own life in 2012, aged 22.

No one saw it coming, it was a total surprise to everyone.

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