There are lots of ways to get involved in supporting Something Chronic.
If you’re a pain sufferer, you can support our work by attending one of our workshops (coming soon!), events or fundraisers, connecting with us on social media and spreading the word about who we are and what we do.
If you’re an interested/sympathetic member of the public, you can engage with us online and attend one of our events or fundraisers.
If you’re a creative arts professional, you can get involved with one of our programmes and contribute your skills in various ways, such as creating a piece of original art (be it artwork, writing, music, photography, short films or any other art form) responding to one of our themes or donating your time and knowledge to help the charity and its volunteers produce its own arts projects. Contact us for more information. You can also attend our events and fundraisers, and help us to change the conversation around chronic pain.
If you’re a pain professional, you can contribute your expertise by getting involved in one of our events and engaging with our mission to change the wider public’s attitude and understanding of chronic pain conditions, and improve the experience of those living with pain.
We are looking for volunteers. If you would like to give some time to us and help improve the lives of people experiencing long term pain then please get in touch, we will be thrilled to hear from you.
If you’d like to donate directly to Something Chronic you can use one of the methods below, or visit the Charities Aid Foundation website and enter ‘something chronic‘ in the search box.
Bank Details for Donations
Bank name: NatWest
Branch: Oxford North, 249 Banbury Road, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7HR
Account Name: Something Chronic Reimagining Chronic Pain Through The Arts
Account Number: 75073080
Sort Code: 60-16-07
Virgin Money Giving Account
To donate via our Virgin Money Giving account, please follow this link.
As a small, volunteer-led organisation we strive to keep our running costs to a minimum. The vast majority of funds raised are channelled back into supporting the charity through commissioning artists and running our workshops, charitable events, fundraisers and the dedicated Something Chronic website.