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Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK charity working to improve life for all those affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). As a charity we raise awareness about CRPS amongst the public, health & legal professionals by providing awareness sessions, so diagnoses can be made quicker & treatment started more rapidly.
We also offer support & information by way of an evidence based website, support helpline, CRPS counselling service, virtual Befriending Scheme, Live Chat, online forum, email & social media support, an annual conference, fundraising support & online support groups.
Event dates: Friday 1st April – Saturday 31st December
Join Team Burning Nights for the Wagathon 9k with your K9!
For the first time, Burning Nights CRPS Support is excited to be taking part in Wagathon!
During August 2022, you can raise funds for our charity and the crucial services we offer including our Befriending Scheme and Counselling Service by completing 9ks with your K9s! Walk, roll, skip, run or jump... it's up to you!
Simply create your own fundraising page, share it with your friends and family, and keep everyone updated with your progress.
If you prefer, we have traditional sponsor forms we could send to you too, or you could create a page on Just Giving. Just contact us on social media or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Sponsor Form.
Remember, every £9 donated to your page could could answer a call to our Support Helpline, providing someone with vital support and information about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome or to provide a friendly ear.
Without your help CRPS patients or their loved ones with continue to suffer in silence. Receiving a diagnosis of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is life changing. By giving just £25 pounds you will help patients or their families deal with their feeling when they receive this devastating diagnosis.
“You are making a difference to lives on a daily basis and once in a while you save lives. This is something to be very proud of” – Anon, Twitter
We would love to see your photos of your 9k trips with your K9 companions, so don't forget to tag us in your social media posts!
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