1 in 6 women and 1 in 12 men will experience stalking at some point in their lives, making stalking one of the most common forms of interpersonal crime. Stalking is terrifying, isolating and insidious – sometimes all a victim wants is to be heard and believed.

Currently, 68% of the people who call the National Stalking Helpline can’t get through due to high demand.

With your help, we can:

  • Reach more victims of stalking with guidance and support.
  • Help someone being stalked to reach out and pick up the phone, rather than suffering in silence.
  • Reach out to someone when they need it most.


With 68% of calls going unanswered, we urgently need to increase the Helpline’s capacity.

Click here to download the Reach Appeal leaflet


You can help now!

Donate by clicking on the donate button above


Or you can send a cheque (made payable to Suzy Lamplugh Trust) to Suzy Lamplugh Trust, The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London SE11 5RR. Please mark your envelope with the words ‘Reach Appeal’. You can click here to download a gift aid form and make your donation worth an extra 25%.


The National Stalking Helpline

The National Stalking Helpline will respond to over 3,000 victims of stalking this year. A small team of highly trained staff and volunteers provide – by phone and email – information and guidance on the law, how to report stalking, gathering evidence, staying safe and reducing the risk.


I would just like to say many thanks so far for your advice; it is just so good to be believed after five years of hell. Thank you.” National Stalking Helpline user


Click here for more information about the National Stalking Helpline.