2nd Recovery Street Film Festival

Following a successful first year in 2014, the 2nd Recovery Street Film Festival is launched today, with the theme ‘My Story’. It is a competition for people to tell their stories through film of how they achieved recovery from substance dependence.

The Festival has been organised by a partnership of drug and alcohol treatment providers and charities including: Angelus Foundation, Phoenix Futures, Turning Point, Action on Addiction, CRI, Addaction and Blenheim CDP. Link here >>>

Don’t Lose the Lot on Legal Highs – Festival Campaign – 4 May

The Association of Independent Festivals and Angelus Foundation has launched a new initiative to highlight the dangers of legal highs at festivals.

The new campaign follows last year’s successful ‘Don’t Be In The Dark’ initiative, which saw more than 20 festivals take part and 9 million people reached on social media. AIF has again partnered with legal highs charity Angelus for a 24-hour online blackout over the bank holiday. Link here >>>

Angelus Mudrun – Fundraising Event – 22 March

Fundraising for The Angelus Foundation
Douglas Fairchild (Intern) is fundraising by taking the trenches challenge and running 5k through the mud and over obstacles Sunday 22 March 2015.

Douglas is fundraising for The Angelus Foundation a charity which works to safeguard children and young adults by raising awareness of the dangers of ‘Legal Highs’. These are chemicals which have resulted in the death and long term illness of many children and young adults in the UK and throughout Europe.

Many use the substances with the misconception that because they are legal they must be safe; unfortunately this is not the case. The reason ‘Legal Highs’ are legal is due to manufacturers slight alteration of chemical compound of existing illegal substances and creating new substances which do not fall under the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act.

The Angelus Foundation lobbies to change UK legislation in order to ban Legal Highs across the whole of the country. To find out more about the charity’s work visit the websites bellow:

He is fundraising through Just Giving and any sponsorship will be appreciated. Please follow the link to the fundraising page and find out more: https://www.justgiving.com/Doug-Fairchild1