SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICT COUNCIL of the SPIRITUALISTS
' NATIONAL UNION

 

Could you participate in Healing Awareness Week?
We invite you, as a healer or supporter of Healing, to hold your own events to promote and publicise Healing.

Getting Involved

You can organise a number of events that bring awareness of Healing to the public, for example:

Demonstrations of Healing
Talks about Healing
Coffee mornings where Healing is discussed
Visits to clubs, schools, leisure centres to give talks about Healing
Promoting Healing by disseminating leaflets and posters in your local area
Participating in a fundraising event that brings attention to Healing
Writing an editorial piece for a local publicity journal, which focuses on the benefits of Healing
Approach your local GP surgery / hospital / hospice / care home to arrange a demonstration of Healing or a talk or both

Supporting Your Events

Four leading healing organisations have come together to support Healing Awareness Week,
to publicise the initiative and encourage healers around the country to run events locally during the week of 1st to 7th May 2017.

Promoting Healing Awareness Week

We will publicise Healing Awareness Week through our existing marketing and social
media channels, advertising, public relations, websites and newslettters

Promoting your events on our websites

There will be a specific Healing Awareness Week page on each of the four organisations' websites where events can be listed
All money raised during this week will be returned to a central contact and distributed to the chosen charities:
Healing Hands Network: www.healinghandsnetwork.org.uk
Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust: www.cancertherapies.org.uk/SBSHT


Getting In Touch

To find out more and request publicity materials, contact us at any of the participating organisations or visit our websites below:

www.britishalliancehealingassociations.com
www.ukhealers.info
www.the-cho.org.uk
www.snu.org.uk

Email: snu@snu.org.uk

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