Get involved Fundraise for us Fundraising ideas How Can You Help? £5 could buy a young person a journal book to log their feelings which can help to make support more effective and to diminish symptoms of anxiety, and eating disorders. £40 could pay for a one hour support session with a trained staff member of First Steps. £50 could pay for a young person to attend a two hour group therapeutic workshops which provides self help techniques and strategies to manage and cope with their eating disorder and its affects on their health, education and social life. £200 could pay for an Skills for Carers workshop to provide support for up to 10-15 parents/carers £500 could provide a young person with 10 sessions of one to one intensive peer support with a trained young person who has personal experience of an eating disorder. First Steps aim is to improve the quality of life and create positive and lasting change to the lives of people affected by eating difficulties and disorders. This service is extended to increase education for carers and families. We support people all ages with any type of eating disorder. Fundraising is vital to the charity because without this, First Steps could not provide the wealth of services that they do. Donate As You Shop Easy Fundraising Easy Fundraising offers a unique service in which you can donate to First Steps every time you shop online with a range of their partners - from Sainsbury's and Morrisons to Next and M&S - at absolutely no additional charge to you. Please do sign up to help us by joining here. AmazonSmile AmazonSmile donates 0.5% of your net purchase price of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation of your choice every time you shop, with no extra cost to you. Why not support First Steps and help us continue the important work we do to help those suffering with Eating Disorders. Adrenaline Junkie? Why not tick something off that bucket list and help someone else in the process? Skyline Events provide a range of sky dives, parachuting, London to Paris bike rides and open treks around the world. You can find out more about them here.