Raising funds for PTSD Resolution
Hi my name is Suzie
Firstly I would like to thank you all for clicking on my link.
The support I've received from so many people has really moved me.
Ive seen so many people willing to support our Military friends, and show them, just how much we care, support and appreciate them.
I'm excited to tell you that I will be fundraising for an organisation that is helping many of our military persons suffering PTSD called PTSD Resolution.
The aim of the fundraising will be to raise as much funds to help military PTSD sufferers, obtain the help they need through PTSD Resolution.
Being a suffer of PTSD myself, brought on by my dramatic, abusive childhood, has made me realize two things. The suffering the Soldier goes through is considerable. Also that it can be a very lonely experience, with not a lot of avenues to turn to for help .
I've set myself a challenge to create a music album and video. I've shared this journey publicly on my facebook page. Im not a musician, I've been told I cant sing, so it seemed to be a great challenge. I've written 5 songs and covered several songs and commissioned a music video. This project was funded by my father, who sadly passed away 13th august 2015. He served as a Coldsteam Guard. He wanted to help his fellow brothers and sisters.
I feel so passionate that support is made available to our Military. To do that I need, with your help, to raise money to fund their treatment, I want to help these very important people in our lives, who went above and beyond to keep us safe and sacrificed all.
If this is something you feel you can help me with please click the link below and support with your generosity.
I want to thank you in advance for all your help and support and together, we can make a difference.
It will be the tracks without a print or album artwork.
All donations are gratefully received.
14 original tracks. 4 co- written.
An amazing album of good quality with a fab A4 print and an 8 page booklet.
It's taken me just almost 3 years with a year at college to complete.
So many people have helped to complete this project.
I could have just handed over money as a donation to the charity but instead I wanted to raise money but I wanted to complete my challenge. Being a cptsd sufferer myself I found this journey extremely challenging but rewarding. Being creative has relaxed my analytical mind and given me a sense of peace and a sense of purpose. I'm so proud of what I've achieved with this journey. Against so many odds I've achieved my goal.
Now I need to promote the album and reach the target.
Well done so far Suzie.....keep up the good work.....
Su come on smule and do a duet with me. I heard you on Motiv8 radio with the Bossman and Graham. Without going into too much detail, ptsd, yeah it's horrific. I was diagnosed with it in 1997 after 13yrs of absolute torture... I don't want to say too much as you know its not something sufferers do. Wish you well, keep going, you'll get there. People who give other people negativity, comments like you can't sing are jealousy, you've proved that comment wrong... Love what you're doing, love your music.... Best wishes Gary.....