’Dance Off Depression’ – Charity Event to celebrate the 30th Birthday of Lucy Rayner
Thursday 24th October 10pm – 5am
Raffles Club 287 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5EW
With a great lineup of DJs, plus a very special guest to headline the event (TBA)…
Welcome to The Lucy Rayner Foundation
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.
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
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…
MAKE A DIFFERENCE, HELP US RAISE AWARENESS AND PROVIDE SUPPORT
PROJECTS TO RAISE AWARENESS
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…
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.
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 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.