We've created an exciting new fundraising magazine for our supporters!

Communicating effectively with our supporters is really important to us, so we looked at how we were currently communicating and decided to create United magazine. That way, we can keep supporters filled in on our work, upcoming events and campaigns, and how we’ve been spending your generous donations.

The magazine will also give us a place to celebrate what our fundraisers have been up to!

If you’ve previously supported United Response by donating, running a marathon, holding a 4tea party or in any other way, you should have received your magazine by now. 


If you would like to sign up to receive a PDF version of United magazine, which comes out twice a year, please subscribe to the United newsletter.

The need to fundraise has never been greater

United Response has been working for over 40 years, offering support to people with disabilities and mental health needs.  


We support people with more complex disabilities – people that other organisations may not be able to reach – to communicate and express, sometimes for the first time, what they want, even if it’s just a cup of tea. We support people who are able and willing to work but to whom those opportunities can be inaccessible, even in 2015. And our latest work provides support for young adults, helping them move from their family home into student housing so they can attend a local college or university as independently as possible.


We want to provide more of these services and move closer to a world where everyone has the opportunity to live the life they deserve. United is one more step closer to this goal, so we would love it if you could spread the word.


Sarah Riddlestone, fundraising assistant. 

Download the first edition of United