First Person Plural
Dissociative identity disorders association

Help FPP

Cash Donations


As a small and national charity which works in a specialised field of need which is not often familiar to grant funding organisations we do not usually fit into available grant funding streams, and if we do, we do not have the staffing levels and infrastructure needed to complete and submit the more complex funding applications. Thus, the work we achieve is sustained almost exclusively through the generosity of private donors, membership subscriptions, training fees and DVD sales. Please help us continue our work with a cash donation – small or large, it all counts.

You can make an online donation either through Charity Choice or PayPal, or if you prefer to send us a cheque please make it payable to “First Person Plural” and post to FPP. PO Box 2537, Wolverhampton, WV4 4ZL. Thank You.

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Become a Member


As a membership charity one of the ways we can demonstrate to potential funders and regulators that there is a need for our work and that what we are doing is for the public benefit is to have a growing membership. Your visit to our website indicates you are interested in complex dissociative conditions. We hope your visit has been informative and helpful. If you are not already a member of First Person Plural perhaps you would like to join us, both for the benefits of membership and / or to show your support for our work.

Search the web with EasySearch


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Did you know you can raise money for First Person Plural simply by using easysearch to search the internet instead of Google or other search engine. You can make a real difference. easysearch is completely FREE and by making just 10 searches a day, you could raise around £20 a year for First Person Plural. Click on the easysearch logo above to start searching and raising money for us. Then save the linked page https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/firstpersonplural/ to your favourites or make it your default search engine in your browser to return easily to make future searches

Shop online using EasyFundraising


Easy Fundraising LogoEasyfundraising.org.uk is a great way to raise money for First Person Plural just by doing your usual shopping online with over 2700 retailers, including many of the most popular sites e.g. Amazon, John Lewis, Argos, Apple, Next and many more. First you’ll need to register with easyfundraising as a supporter of First Person Plural.

Click the easyfundraising logo above to be taken to our cause page and then click the Sign up button. Once you have an easyfundraising account you will be given instructions about how to use it to raise money for us while shopping online. You don’t pay anything extra.

Sponsored or other fundraising events


We do not organise sponsored events, but we have previously had individuals or groups who have raised money for us this way, collecting sponsorship for events they have organised themselves or registered to participate in. To facilitate this we have a microsite at Charity Choice. From there you can set up your own event page to fundraise for us.

Submit articles or other items for our newsletter


Contributions to be considered for inclusion in our newsletter can be sent in at anytime. It’s less work for us if you can send by email to newsletter@firstpersonplural.org.uk.  (but sending by post is ok too).   We want your stories, resources, personal experiences, articles, coping/survival tips, poems, snippets, puzzles, jokes for the Play Centre, attributed quotes, artwork, incl. photographs. If contributions are your own work we will assume that by sending them in for consideration for inclusion in Rainbows End you are giving us permission to publish. If not your own work, it must be either copyright-free or you have obtained the author/artist’s permission for us to publish and this must be indicated.   Articles should usually be between 500 and 1500 words.

Wish to contribute a longer article? Contact us first to discuss.  Other written material can be shorter than 500 words.  Pictures & photos must be smaller than A4.  We can only use images that will not lose detail when commercially printed but if you are not sure please send in anyway and we will do the checks. Send an SAE if you want original returned.