PTSD Resolution Big Give

Big Give

PTSD Resolution is taking part in the Christmas Challenge 2020 which is a match funding campaign run by the Big Give.
Please help us by making a Pledge now, so the charity can get funds doubled for the Big Give challenge.
A Pledge is a promise to pay – the payment is not due to be made until January 2021

Please visit the Big Give website to make your Pledge:
The Big Give 2018
Please confirm your pledges by 28th August 2020

Big Give 2020:

Midday December 1st to 8th

When you donate between December 1st and 8th through the Big Give your donation will be DOUBLED.

But only when you donate on the Big Give dates.

So before then, if you want to help:-

1.    please raise funds,
2.    retain the money,
3.    then donate on line, with a credit card on the day.

Why People choose Big Give to help PTSD Resolution to help Veterans

1.    A unique opportunity to DOUBLE your charitable donation – to DOUBLE the great work it supports
2.    Your donation is used very carefully, for veterans’ therapy – we have no assets, pay no salaries.
3.    We get no Government support – we are petitioning them now – so your support is essential
4.    Only with your help can we provide FREE therapy to Veterans, Reservists and their families
5.    Donations are used to pay for local therapy, through our UK network of 200 therapists
6.    Compassion: we treat Veterans with addiction issues and in prison, and families who are suffering 
7.    Success: in nearly 8 out of 10 programmes, no further help is needed by the veteran

Tell us about your fund raising and we will support you, through social media and other means!


Help us help veterans like Stephen.

After 22 years’ service in the Gulf, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Iraq, Stephen says he didn’t know how to function in normal society.

He was slipping down to a very dark place and finding it hard to get support:

“I went to my local GP who wasted my time. I was prescribed pills. A doctor told me to get more exercise. A mental health nurse told me I had autism. I don’t.
“Then I found PTSD Resolution…
“As soon as I approached them I was recognised as having PTSD… they helped me understand WHY I was anxious and depressed. It put me back in control. Now I know I can switch off the bad memories. I don’t feel guilty about things anymore. I am focused on looking forward.
“More Veterans should be made aware of them! I got ‘me’ back.”