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- I removed the bolding as we generally avoid it unless there is a really important point to me made. Lots of bolding makes the page too hard to read.
- I have added the full references for those that were included with the text.
- The original text had a mention of SANE taking funds from GSK. It stated "such as GlaxoSmithKline  and various others shown below." I removed this as the reference link was to the "CEO's EHS excellence awards" page which stated that "In 2003 winning project teams nominated the following charitable organisations to receive donations:" and then included SANE. So while the funds were technically from GSK it is a little more tenuous link than the other identified projects as the winner could have given the $ to any charity and SANE didn't necessarily seek them or have prior knowledge about it. While they could have returned the funds, I would put this financial connection at the softer end of the spectrum compared to where they have applied for and been granted funding for a joint project with a drug company.
- "In December 2006, SANE and the Depression Alliance, in partnership with and funded by Lilly UK  and Boehringer Ingelheim ..." - again that link doesn't mention SANE so I have removed it. --Bob Burton 00:10, 26 September 2007 (EDT)
Thank you Bob, it looks a lot better than it did and the help is really appreciated :)