UPDATE: Please note that the text donation service is no longer available. The text donation service company through which the Charity processed donations received via text terminated this service on 28th February 2023. After this date, existing and new text donations were no longer processed.
Thank you for being a valued supporter of Burning Nights CRPS Support through your regular donation by text. The text donation service company through which the Charity processed donations received via text terminated this service on 28th February 2023. After this date, existing and new text donations were no longer processed.
This means that your regular giving amount via text will have stopped after the final donation before the termination date. Donations will have stopped automatically. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this change.
However, your generous support doesn’t need to end here. There are still many ways that you can donate to Burning Nights CRPS Support – supporting our work with the patients and families affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and helping to raise awareness.
To find out more about how you can support our important work in raising awareness and ensure that we can be there for anyone affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), visit our Donations page and take a look at Ways To Donate.
We hope that you will be able to continue to support us as we endeavour to ensure that no one diagnosed with CRPS or their families or loved ones lives with it alone. Your kindness and generosity help us to be there for the people that need us – raising awareness, providing information resources and support services.
Money can't pay for it, invaluable service for people going through hell, lives changed for the better. Best help around speaking to those who get it.
- David*, Virtual Befriending Service. Every penny of your donations will go towards supporting people like David* who accessed our Virtual Befriending Service. With your help, we can provide befriending support for even more people affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and work towards reducing the isolation and loneliness that can come with this condition. (*not their real name)