Campaigns Archive - PANDAS Foundation UK

Below are details of previous campaigns run by PANDAS, with collaborations from various organisations and supporters. Please get in touch if you want to get involved!


Previous Campaigns

Tightrope cover

Sandi Thom – Tightrope

Singer/Songwriter Sandi Thom’s newest single, ‘Tightrope’ – raising funds for PANDAS Foundation. To find out more about why Sandi chose PANDAS foundation, as well as information about the single and where to purchase, click HERE



Supporting PANDAS Foundation – for four weeks Bare Biology will be donating 10% of sales of Bump & Glory, to support those going through Pre and Postnatal mental illness.
Follow the campaign on twitter with the hashtag #IHadPND, or visit their online magazine for blogs and updates.



Imperfect Is the New Black Campaign

Imperfect Is The New Black

A collaboration between No More Shoulds, Hannah Veale Photography and Mother Pukka has created Imperfect Is The New Black – a campaign to show how beautiful the ‘reality’ or parenting is – The hardships, the tantrums, the eye bags, instead of the instagram photoshoots and the filters. Click here for more information on the campaign!



Mum Bag Campaign


Mrs Yellow – Mum Bosses, Mum Bags, Mum Blings. A blogger who loves a good ‘Mum Bag’, Annis is using our secret shame (the contents of our bags!) to help raise funds for PANDAS.

For more info, check out her blog post here



pndaw16, campaignsPND Awareness Week 2016

Between 5th and 11th September 2016, PANDAS launched and hosted the first Pre & Post Natal Depression Awareness Week (#PNDAW16) in the UK. 

It was an opportunity for us to highlight perinatal mental illnesses, the symptoms and how people get the help they need. [read more]


CheltenhamMamanCheltenham Maman’s November Charity of the Month

CheltenhamMaman is a website and events management site, established in 2016 by Kate Starkey, for local networking, support and events in Cheltenham and the Cotswolds.

CheltenhamMaman has chosen PANDAS as their November Charity of the Month, meaning 10% of their income throughout November will be donated to PANDAS. To find our more, visit the blog.

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