The Lights Camera Action Foundation

by Gregor Gillespie in 

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Providing support for those in the entertainment industry & people suffering in the public eye.

by Gregor Gillespie in

As an audience we are inspired & entertained by the people we see on TV -

But it's not all as glamorous as it seems.

We are seeing huge increases in Suicides & Mental Health issues from people who are victim of the entertainment industry & being in the public eye. The studios & production companies behind our biggest TV shows do not have an organisation in place that helps the contestants and people in the public eye with the difficulties they may face after being exposed to millions of people in the spotlight or the aftermath of being in the spotlight.

Just recently we saw the loss of Love Island Star Sophie Gradon through suicide , followed by her boyfriend several weeks later. The hit dating show "Take Me Out" also saw a suicide last year from one of the male contestants Charlie Watkins. 

We also have a plan to have our own retreat in the middle of the UK for entertainers & victims to escape and receive any support they may require. The retreat will also be accessible for entertainment industry people who are in a transition period between contracts ending and a new contract starting which may leave them temporarily homeless. 

Any celebrities or anyone in the entertainment industry that would be interested in becoming a patron or would like to support the foundation please get in touch.

If you are not able to donate, a simple share on your social media goes a long way & would be much appreciated.

We need to raise £5,000 in order to qualify as a registered charity organisation. 

I am more than happy to answer any of your questions.

Some links of interest as to why we need this foundation

I wish i'd never went on reality TV

Judy Garland's daughter Lorna Luft believes mom 'was a victim of the studio system'

Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle is being cruelly taunted, intimdated and attacked by a gang of youths

THE heartbroken boyfriend of tragic Love Island star Sophie Gradon has today been found dead - just weeks after her 'suicide'.


This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£50 or more

Lana Wood Signed "Thank you" Photo

Donate £50 and you will receive a personal thank you signed photo from our Patron & Bond Babe Actress Lana Wood.

£150 or more

LCA Foundation Membership for 1 year

Donate £150 and you will receive a membership with the foundation. Your membership will cover you with a direct contact with someone at the foundation without the need to register, or go through any application process if you find yourself in need of immediate help. A membership is recommended if you are actively working or in the public eye. You will also be invited & informed of any of our events we may be involved with.

£500 or more

Premium LCA Foundation membership for 3 years

The premium membership is ideal for those who find themselves in regular situations whilst working in the entertainment industry. With a premium membership you can expect to be contacted on a monthly basis by your assigned coach to ensure you are safe and check up on your well-being. You will also have a direct line to your coach out of normal operating hours. You will also be entitle to all benefits that come along with being a member.

£5,000 or more

Lifetime Premium Membership & Roll of Honour

You will receive a lifetime premium membership of the Foundation. You will also be recognised for your substantial donation which will help the foundation reach its goal of setting up a retreat. You will be listed on our Roll of Honour page which will acknowledge those who have made a significant impact on the growth of the foundation. You will also be invited to our annual meetings and be invited to see our progress.

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