We love kicking off the new year with exciting events and campaigns, and this year is no different to last! Our annual campaigning week OCD Week of Action, will be running this year from 19th-25th February, and we want you all to get involved!


OCD Week of Action (OCDwoa) is a...

Posted on: 31st January 2018 by: Olivia

We’re looking for people to get involved in an incredible fundraising event, the Charity Walk for Peace 2018 – and you could be one of them!

Taking part on Sunday 29th April 2018 in Royal Windsor Great Park, Surrey, the Walk for Peace is an inspiring occasion which brings together...

Posted on: 25th January 2018 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising

5 years ago, a documentary called Extreme OCD Camp hit our screens, and not only showed the true nature of the condition and the various manifestations it can take, but also showed that it could be treated successfully with good quality recommended therapy. The documentary followed 6...

Posted on: 19th January 2018 by: Olivia
Categories Get involved

The OCD Action Helpline provides support and information to people who have/think they may have OCD or a related disorder, and their friends and family. The Helpline is operated by a fantastic team of volunteers who give up their spare time to support other people, often because they have...

Posted on: 18th January 2018 by: Olivia
Categories Get involved

In just over six weeks time, we will be hosting our next National Conference in London, and tickets are selling fast!

Held on Saturday 3rd March from 9.45am-5pm  (doors will open at 9am with refreshments provided), at the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury in London, Conference is set to be our...

Posted on: 17th January 2018 by: Olivia
Categories Our Events

The new year has just begun, and 2018 already looks like it's going to be an amazing year for fundraising. And here's some fantastic news to kick it off!

For the first time ever, OCD Action will have somebody running in the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 22nd April. We're...

Posted on: 9th January 2018 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising