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Closed 24/02/2020

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£20
raised of £500 target by 1 supporter

    Weʼve raised £20 to continue to support our community with mental health and wellbeing

    Bognor Regis
    Funded on Monday, 24th February 2020

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    Radio Respect supports everybody in our community with mental health problems. We do this via our online radio station, giving information, chat, interviews and good music.

    In our Vinyl record shop we provide peer support, volunteering opportunities, internet access and support with universal credit and housing problems. We aim to promote mental health wellbeing and reduce the stigma.We also want to reduce the isolation that poor mental health causes.

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      • Anthony Barber

        Anthony Barber

        Oct 1, 2019

        I suffer from social anxiety & depression but my show Dance Anthems on Radio Respect really helps my confidence and I really look forward to Friday nights with Mikey T and Ant Barber 7pm to midnight

        £20.00

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      Elizabeth Latter

      Elizabeth Latter

      Bognor Regis

      I started volunteering with Radio Respect back in January because I suffered with anxiety and agoraphobia. Since then I have received so much support from the team that I am now able to socialise normally and have gained so much confidence.

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