The London bombings led to the creation of a non-profit organization

Today marks the 15th anniversary of the devastating London bombings which shook the city and country to its core. In response to these events, a non-profit organization was created to help those affected by terrorism in the United Kingdom.

The organization, simply known as ‘Survivors Against Terror’, provides counselling and care for people who have been injured or traumatised by acts of terror in the UK, as well as offering advice on issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and depression. They also offer families bereaved by terrorist attacks both emotional and financial support.

The organisation was founded in 2005 by Londoner Liz Carnell MBE. Having been left severely traumatised following the attack on the capital in 2005, Liz used her experience to establish a support system that would parallel what she had been through herself. The support method that Survivors Against Terror provide is linked closely with traditional psychological therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Despite only being operational for 15 years, survivors Against Terror has grown rapidly in reach and influence. As well as providing services for those affected by tragedies nationwide, the organisation works closely with governments forces globally to prevent future fatalities brought about by terrorist attacks.

The work done by Survivors Against Terror speaks volumes of the British people’s resilience against terrorism and violence in all its forms. Every year on this day of commemoration a national minute of silence is observed in memory of those who lost their lives in 2005 said attacks. Survivors Against Terror’s efforts bring us hope – hope that we never forget those who suffered due to terrorism but instead strive to prevent further pain from reoccurring in this way ever again.

On July 7th, 2005, London was rocked by a series of coordinated terrorist attacks which killed 56 people and left more than 700 others injured. In the wake of this tragedy, a non-profit organization called Survivors for Peace was created to help those affected as they worked to process their traumatic experiences.

Survivors for Peace (SfP) offers a range of support services designed to foster healing, including group counseling sessions, tutoring and lifelong learning workshops, introductions to new interests and passions, emotional support, and financial assistance. The charity works closely with survivors, their families and the wider community in order to build bridges and create a safe space for dialogue and understanding.

SfP also raises awareness about the lasting effects of terrorism within Britain. The organization seeks to educate people about the realities of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), emphasizing the importance of psychological support. It serves as an advocate for those afflicted by PTSD, including survivors of the London bombings.

The organization is a shining example of how communities can come together in the aftermath of a tragedy and work towards a more peaceful future. It remains committed to providing support, hope and understanding to those impacted by the London bombings in an atmosphere of respect and dignity.