The Camden Psychotherapy Unit is a charity providing free and low fee psychoanalytic psychotherapy. We are a busy service which is very much in demand, particularly amongst people on low incomes, as the kind of long term help which we offer can otherwise be very hard to access.
In recent years, The Pixel Fund has generously supported the work of Muscular Dystrophy UK. Most recently they granted £10,000 in total towards a four year research project, which advanced a promising potential genetic therapy for the childhood muscle-wasting condition: spinal muscular atrophy. We are delighted and extremely grateful to receive the support of The Pixel Fund once again…
We are an independent local mental health charity operating in West Sussex. Our work is driven by the needs and experiences of people with a mental health problem. We provide information and support to anyone experiencing mental health issues and campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Hearts & Minds are so very grateful to The Pixel Fund for their support and generosity of our Elderflowers programme in Scotland. Elderflowers use unique therapeutic interactions with ladies and gents suffering from dementia to increase movement, communication and bring light, joy and hope to individuals isolated by the illness.
The Pixel Fund is kindly supporting Dogs for Good’s Family Dog service. Family Dog benefits families who have a child with autism and is delivered through workshops and aftercare support. The service advises families how to train their pet dog to help the child cope better with daily life and facilitate a calmer home environment for the family as a whole.
More than 100,000 people in the UK have multiple sclerosis – the most common neurological condition in young adults. In MS, the body’s immune system damages the myelin sheath surrounding and protecting nerve fibres. This interferes with messages travelling from the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body.
PSPA is the only UK charity dedicated to supporting people living with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. PSP is a degenerative disease of the brain and nervous system which leaves people unable to move, speak or swallow unaided. Most people with PSP will die within about seven years. There is currently no cure or any effective treatment.