Four-year-old Ezra was featured in his local newspaper to talk about his eczema and taking part in Walk Five to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive. Ezra is walking 5000 steps every day in May to raise money for his favourite charity and has almost completed his mission. He has smashed his fundraising target and been
Reagan shared his fundraising challenge with his local paper - and brought in lots of donations from readers to spur him on. Reagan (6) is doing a sponsored bike ride as part of the Walk 5 to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive campaign later this month. The Northampton Chronical and Echo shared his story, and
Eleven year old Olivia shared her story with the Scottish press to coincide with the approval of a new drug to treat eczema. Olivia has suffered from painful eczema since she was a baby but has found relief in immunosuppressants. The P7 pupil and mum Kirsteen were featured in The Scotsman and The Evening Times.
The appointment of our CEO Christine Roxburgh attracted lots of media attention. Christine, who has been involved with EOS for a decade, started volunteering and was delighted to be appointed CEO earlier this year. You can check out the story on the Evening News and Charity Digital website.
Amy's eczema story was printed in the Liverpool Echo to coincide with World Atopic Eczema Day. Amy, a member of Eczema Outreach Support's Youth Panel shared her journey from being diagnosed as an infant to now studying medicine at St Andrew's University and hoping to become a dermatologist one day. She said: “I hadn’t heard
Eczema Outreach Support was featured on STV News on September 21, 2021. Suzi from the EOS team and Amy from the Youth Panel discussed the realities of living with eczema and talked about the launch of our brand new animation 'More Than Itchy Skin'. Well done Amy and Suzi - you were both naturals!
EOS member Elizabeth MacKinnon took part in a reading challenge in 2020 for Eczema Outreach Support, raising £370! Mum of Iris (3) who suffers from eczema wanted to give back to EOS after finding the charity a source of support when her little one was struggling. The family from Inverness spoke to the Inverness Courier
EOS member Miya and mum Lindsey spoke to two national newspapers as part of World Atopic Eczema Day on September 14th. The family from County Down in Northern Ireland share their eczema journey and how EOS has helped the family. You can read their story in Belfast Live here. The Belfast Telegraph here. The NI
EOS member Macy has been in a flurry of local and national press and even appeared live on BBC Breakfast television this week. Macy's dream is to model eczema clothing and products after being frustrated that these were modelled by children without the skin condition. Now, she is signed to a prestigious inclusive child modelling
EOS member Alfie was featured in The Courier newspaper after raising £412 with a sponsored scoot. He did a two mile journey around his home town of Montrose with family and friends to raise money for EOS. You can read all about Alfie and mum Kimberley's fundraising here