Find our more about some of our friends, supporters, and partner organisations.
Partners and Alliances PANDAS
“The Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) is a coalition of UK organisations committed to improving the mental health and wellbeing of women and their children in pregnancy and the first postnatal year. The MMHA currently comprises over eighty organisations, including professional bodies such as Royal Colleges and organisations that represent, or provide care and support to, parents and families.”. Visit their website for more information.
We are pleased to announce our partnership with Mush – the new, free way for Mums to meet local Mums with kids the same age. Mush is a new app that, based on what you tell them and any friends in common, will help you match with local new friends. It also contains funny, honest articles and guides – written by Mums, for Mums. Find out more or download the app here
PANDAS is a proud partner of MAMA Academy -a stillbirth prevention charity working alongside The Royal College of Midwives, with the aim of helping babies arrive safely. Their mission is to reduce stillbirth and neonatal deaths in the UK, and you can find out more about their vital and influential work here.
Friends and Supporters
Providing hamper gifts designed for new mums, full of all the yummy things they’ve not been allowed whilst pregnant. Mum’s Back understand that growing a tiny human is a miraculous, exhausting, emotional and crazy journey, and believe the least Mum deserves having performed this miracle is a little treat, purely for her. £1 from every sale goes towards PANDAS Foundation. Find out more here.
20% of all online orders placed between 20th-31st March, will be donated to PANDAS by Jenna, a PANDAS Support Group Leader and an independent trader for Phoenix Trading.
Please quote ‘PANDAS’ in the reference box at checkout! Visit her online store here
Little Magpies was founded by Mum Natalie, to provide baby proof jewellery that is designed to be tactile, chewable and interesting for baby while being stylish for mum to wear. A proud supporter of our work supporting people with Pre and Postnatal Mental Illnesses, from September 2016 10% of Little Magpies’ annual profits will be donated to PANDAS Foundation.
As seen in Vogue! Starting with an Instagram page. JadaBoutique was set up by Jade in 2014, to provide uniqe and stylish fashion choices for children that was unlike anything currently available in the high street. Having volunteering for PANDAS in the past, Jade now donates £1 from every sale to PANDAS Foundation.
Imperfect Is The New Black Official Tee
As part of the Imperfect Is The New Black campaign, in collaboration with Hannah Veale Photography and Mother Pukka, No More Shoulds is selling T-shirts to show your support – with 100% of the proceeds going to PANDAS! Click here for more info and to buy your very own tee.
As the Official Photographer for the Instagram campaign Imperfect Is The New Black, Hannah is offering to donate 20% of the proceeds of her Family Heirloom Sessions to PANDAS. Read more here
Helen runs All About Mama – Massage therapy based in Horsforth, Leeds. All About Mama is for “Pregnant Mums, exhausted, brand-new Mums, scooter-carrying toddler Mums, school-run Mums, Mums of non-revising teenagers, University Mums who are getting used to an empty nest.” She donates 5% of her profits to PANDAS Foundation – click here for more information or to book.
Seven Seventeen – Mood boosting candles for burnt out mothers. Created by Naomi Reilly and Sarah Slade, and handpoured in England, these luxury candles are the perfect gift (to yourself, or for a Mum in your life). Featuring five uplifting fragrances, Seven Seventeen donates £1 from each candle sale to PANDAS Foundation. Visit their website here.
Natural Magic Wear by Mama ROAR – the SUPERMUM Raglan Tee is now available ahead of World Breastfeeding Week, and Mama ROAR is generously donating proceeds to us at PANDAS. Because at the end of the day – We Are All SUPERMUMS!
An insightful look into parenting, postnatal depression, and everything in between. Hannah is a volunteer for PANDAS, and The Honest Mums’ Club is the story of her journey towards acceptance. Visit HERE for more information.