FASD AWARENESS would like to thank the following people and organisations for kindly supporting us:

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SEIB Insurance Brokers


We Are Family Adoption


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Kent Community Foundation


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Tunstall Jubilee Foundation


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New Planet Film & Media


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TPA Supported Living


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Medway Voluntary Action


Hurst-Brown Family Fund

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Medway Neurological Network


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Allied Fabrications Ltd



Five Acre Wood Schools


A special thanks to these individuals, whose support is greatly appreciated:

Raj Mukherjee

Consultant Psychiatrist SABP NHS

As well as thanking our past trustees:

Michael Garcia

Pamela Rorison

Colin Newbold

Brydee Butler

Grace Allen



FASD Awareness are very excited to announce that employees at SEIB Insurance Brokers were recently given the chance to donate £10,000 to a charity of their choice. The SEIB team decided that Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Awareness would be the worthy recipients of this generous donation.

Financial Director at SEIB, Bipin Thaker said: “SEIB has supported various small charities over the past few years and it is satisfying to see the difference our donations make to the work done by these charities. It is always inspiring to see the dedication of the volunteers and the outcomes that they achieve for those they are helping.”


FASD Awareness seeks to support and educate both parents and children affected by FASD. Tracy Allen, Co-founder of FASD Awareness, said: “We are so grateful to SEIB. We rely heavily on donations to continue our work and this amazing donation really means a lot to us and will enable us to grow the services we offer to those living with FASD and their parents and carers. Thank you so very much from us all.

“The SEIB donation will enable us to fund a part-time member of staff to manage the increase in demand from services users and kick start a major social media campaign highlighting FASD. It will also enable us to train new volunteers, purchase sensory play equipment and organise more family activities, as well as giving us the resources to reach out to professionals to raise awareness of FASD and offer bespoke training where required.”

Sales Executive at SEIB, Steven English and his family have personally benefitted from FASD Awareness. Steven said: ‘’We’ve known the charity FASD Awareness since my wife started writing blogs for them in early 2018. We’ve attended events and Tracy has been a massive support to us whilst we’ve had various issues with our son especially through education. This charity is very close to our hearts as we live with FASD each and every day and we help wherever we can to promote awareness of the disability and to show how it is 100% preventable.”