Pelvic Instability Network Scotland (PINS) is the only Scottish charity supporting people with Pelvic Girdle Pain.

A date for your diary : PINS Awareness Week 4th October -10th October 2010

Please  help  us  raise money by holding "Vanishing tea parties" and increase awareness of Pelvic Girdle Pain, reduce isolation and have fun at the same time!

Click here for further information.

We are currently raising funds to enable us to provide a telephone helpline, to distribute information leaflets to maternity hospitals and health professionals and to go and meet with midwives, GPs and physiotherapists to increase awareness of the condition and to discuss ways in which we can work together to support people with pelvic girdle pain. Our vision is for everyone affected by PGP to have  access to current, accurate information and  early diagnosis and treatment.

If you have found the information we have provided useful, please help us to reach more people with Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) and to help others like you by using any of the following methods.

You can help Pelvic Instability Network Scotland in a number of ways:

By making an online donation:

To make a donation to PINS now  using your credit or debit card, please click on the paypal button below:








 Alternatively to  make a donation  using the secure  everyclick site  please  click here

By Making a Singe Donation:

 By Post  - Please download and complete a donation form.   We can claim the income tax, if you are a tax payer on these donations. Please download our gift aid declaration form and return with a cheque payable  to "Pelvic Instability Network Scotland" to our registered address  Suilven, Southend, Argyll PA28 6RF

By fundraising on our behalf:

 Why not join us in raising funds?- our first fundraising event at the launch of the charity on the 25th April was a Virgin Vie party and raised £528. We were encouraged by the support and generosity of our local community and the feedback from everyone who attended was very positive. Since then we have had a sponsored 10km event, tombola stalls at the Southend Highland Games and Mull of Kintyre Music Festival and a car boot sale.

Options for fundraising are limited only by your imagination and include coffee mornings, sponsored walks or runs , bag packing at the local supermarket, car boot sales, selling home made cards,  sponsored toddles for the little ones etc.

 If you are taking part in a sponsored event we can provide you with T shirts and sponsor forms and we can help you set up a fundraising page on the everyclick site.  Please contact us for further information. We would be delighted to hear from you.

By Raising  funds for free with easyfundraising and easysearch

Using easyfundraising allows you to raise funds for free while you enjoy shopping online with over 500 popular retailers including amazon, NEXT, M & S, John Lewis, Debenhams, HMV, screwfix, woolworths, and many more. Click  here to complete the simple on line registration and start raising money now.

Raise money for Pelvic Instability Network Scotland when surfing the net by signing up to use easysearch. It is completely FREE and by making just 10 searches a day you could raise £20-£25 a year just by switching your normal websearching to easysearch.

Raises funds is more challenging than ever due to the current economic situation. in our first year we have managed to raise just over £120 through the easy fundraising site - just by doing our normal internet shopping. Many more retailers have now joined the scheme which includes insurance companies, banks and holiday companies. So if you are about to renew your car insurance or book your summer holiday why not have a look at the easy fundraising site first and see if your proposed retailer is listed.













The information on is for information only and is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified health professional. Pelvic Instability Network Scotland (PINS) is a registered Scottish Charity SCO 39222. Copyright Pelvic Instability Network Scotland (PINS) 2008