Elise Brown cycled 45 miles from Glasgow to Edinburgh to raise money for Eczema Outreach Support. Elise, who suffers from eczema herself, took part in Pedal for Scotland cycle race in September and has raised £260 so far with donations still coming in. Elise, from East Lothian, said: "I chose to support EOS as it
Member Matthew shared his eczema story and how Eczema Outreach Support has helped him with two newspapers. Matthew and his mum Donna spoke to The Belfast Telegraph and Belfast Live about how the condition affects his every day life. As a result we have lots of new members from Northern Ireland and can't wait to
Kind member Macy gave up a day to fundraise for EOS and held a tombola at her local David Lloyd gym. The 8-year-old organised the whole event herself, from choosing what toys and prizes there should be, to running the tombola all day. Macy also ran a name the teddy game and raised £81.50 for
Eczema Outreach Support won an award at a glittering London ceremony to recognise the impact small charities have. EOS won the Highly Commended award at the FSI Small Charity Big Impact Awards earlier this year. The event is in its third year and EOS beat hundreds of other small charities to be announced as a
Children in Need came to EOS headquarters and also met with one of our members, Alana. Alana shared her eczema story and dad said lots of kind words about the support he has got since joining EOS. Alana's story was broadcast on the BBC! You can see our superstar here.
Magali Redding, the CEO of Eczema Outreach Support, spoke to the BBC about caring for a child with eczema. She also discussed bath emollients following the news that studies showed they had 'no evidence of clinical benefit' against eczmea. You can read all about it here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-43987875
The end of summer holidays is looming - and by now most Scottish schools have returned - which means it's back to early rises, frantically ironing shirts at 8.45am and asking if homework has been done on repeat. But a return to school is also an opportunity to fundraise for EOS. Some schools chose a
Eczema Outreach Support is helping more people than ever before - providing support and advice for families dealing with eczema. As a charity, we rely on our members and the public to raise funds for us so we can continue to be there for families when they need support. If you could help we have
NHS England have made changes to items that can be routinely prescribed in primary care and it has impacted some eczema treatments. In particular we’ve heard from families now struggling to get emollients, bath/shower emollient and silk garments on prescription. If this has happened to you, and your child’s eczema has suffered as a result,
Christopher was 6 months when eczema started. It looked like he had a big red beard on his face at first but then it spread all over his body. At 7 months he was hospitalised for the first time because his eczema escalated out of control when he developed hand, foot and mouth disease.