Weʼve raised £645 to fund free/subsidised places at AD4E events for those who are not in a position to pay and event publicity.
- Funded on Tuesday, 26th May 2020
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Our events bring together people from diverse backgounds who are passionate about changing the way we respond to emotional distress. Opposed to the mass labelling and first resort medicating of people, AD4E contributors support a socially responsible way of understanding distress that asks what’s happened in someones life rather than labelling them with a pathological ‘illness’.
AD4E has always given out as many free places as we possibly can but as an unfunded event that relies solely on ticket sales to make viable we struggle to say yes to everyone who wants a free or significantly cheaper place.
Any donations would help to fund free and reduced places at the events for people who are not in a position to pay and essential event publicity.
For more information about the events please visit www.adisorder4everyone.com
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May 24, 2020
May you always be courageous/stand upright and be strong 👍 👍 ☺
May 18, 2020
Thanks for doing this important work Jo
Apr 1, 2020
Happy birthday Jo xx
Ruth E Dixon
Apr 1, 2020
Happy 50th Jo!! Thank you for AD4E and all you do...and your poetry, Ruth xx
Mar 29, 2020
Mar 25, 2020
Hippy, hoppy, happy birthday Jo. I just know your 5th decade will be fabulous darling! Love and hugs Irene and Niamhxxxx
Mar 15, 2020
Happy birthday Joe 🥳 Long live the Drop the Disorder movement! Thank you for all you do and for ‘being’ who you are. 🙏🏼
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