donations and fundraising supports mental health work

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Your donation could help someone find a way forward

No one should have to face a mental health problem alone. Your support means we can reach more people, answer more calls and continue speaking out for everyone with mental health issues. We’re a charity and we couldn’t continue our work without your help.

You can help people facing mental health problems by making donations online, in the post, in memory or by leaving a gift in your will. Find out how to donate below.

You can make a single donation quickly and easily. Thank you for your generous support.

Single donation

Our monthly donors want to ensure no-one has to face a mental health problem alone.

Monthly giving

 

£8

could help fund our work supporting young people with their mental health, promoting resilience and independence

£25

could help us put on our vital anti-stigma workshops, with people sharing their experience of mental health problems

Choose your amount

You can donate any amount you like to us - every donation helps us make a difference to people's lives

"If it wasn't for West Sussex Mind, I probably wouldn't be here now. You've helped me get my life back" Donate now

Donate in memory

West Sussex Mind receives a great deal of support from people leaving a gift in memory of a loved one.  Charitable donations are a way of honouring someone special.

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A gift in your will

You can support West Sussex Mind by choosing to leave a gift in your will. Leaving a charitable legacy in your will supports all our vital work with local people with mental health problems.

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Other ways to donate

  • By phone. Please call us on 01903 277000.
  • By post: please make cheques payable to West Sussex Mind and send to us at The Gateway, 8-10 Durrington Lane, Worthing, BN13 2QG.
  • In our collection tins: you can pick one up from us (call 01903 277000) and use for spare change from you and your friends or colleagues. Just drop it off to us when it's full. 

How to pay in event money

  • Thank you so much for raising money for West Sussex Mind. Your event and the funds you raised will help us support local people with mental health problems.
  • You can post us a cheque made payable to West Sussex Mind and send to us at The Gateway, 8-10 Durrington Lane, Worthing, BN13 2QG.
  • You can drop cash, cheques and collection tins and buckets in to us at The Gateway.
  • You can pay online by setting up a JustGiving page. You can include a short, personal story about what you're doing and why you've chosen to support West Sussex Mind. There's the opportunity to upload photos and give updates to make it more lively and you can share it on social media too to reach even more people. All donations on JustGiving come directly to us after your event or activity so you don't need to do any chasing. Set up your page at https://www.justgiving.com

Any questions?

Give us a call on 01903 277000 or email debbie.watkins@westsussexmind.org.

I'm interested in fundraising for Mind

Maybe you're feeling inspired to raise money yourself for our valuable work.

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No one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’re a charity and rely on your support to continue our work. Find out how you can donate and give someone hope.

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