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#HowFar Paris remembrance single launched in aid of the Foundation

December 23, 2015 | Nick Taylor

The terrible events in Paris are to being commemorated in a new single release by singer-songwriter Chase Williams.

In 2016, Chase, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is planning to record an album at the legendary cottage road studios in Leeds.  The productions are being put together by the Music Study Records and they have agreed to pre-release a very special single dedicated to the Paris disaster.

The profit will be donated to the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace to further our charitable work in assisting victims and survivors of terrorism, including those affected by recent events in the likes of Paris and Tunisia and in support of our work to prevent violent conflict.

Please but the single to support the Foundation – BUY HERE

Please find the music video link below:

CLICK HERE – BUY THE SINGLE NOW

How we will help the people affected by Paris

On Friday 13 November, a number of terrorist incidents took place in Paris, France resulting in widespread casualties.

The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace manages the national Survivors Assistance Network (SAN). SAN is a social, health and welfare self-help membership network for people affected by terrorism. It brings together those who share the same experience and trauma and provides a self-help forum and way to assist each other.

The network offers a series of structured interventions that aims to share information and experience, and encourages self-help and thus reduces the severity of treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress and improves recovery time, enabling people to find a way to cope and recover.

Advice to those affected by this and other incidents:

Please feel free to contact SAN by e-mail SAN@foundation4peace.org or by phone on 01925 581 240

What we offer:

Telephone and email support

Access to our current SAN programme of support for victims of terror which includes an initial assessment of needs via a face to face appointment at the Peace Centre or a home visit

Ongoing email and telephone support (which focuses predominantly on giving you information, listening to your situation and the identification of any immediate needs)

Actively promoting links to other support services and encouraging engagement with these organisations

Liaison with GPs and statutory and non-statutory services locally and nationally to ensure that the needs of the survivor/family member are met

Chase Williams:

Follow Chase on Twitter: @chasewofficial

On the web at: www.chasewilliams.co.uk

All enquiries re Chase: bookings and future releases etc: Paul Waite

Paul Waite
i-Stage Group
www.istagegroup.com
0844 8026585