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Fundraising income helps us support more people. Find out here how to get started

Getting together with friends, family and neighbours or taking on a personal challenge is a great way to support us - and it feels good too. There are so many ways you can raise funds towards our work. The only limit on what you do is your imagination.  (Please note that we are a separate charity to national Mind so any donations to them will not come to us.)

So why not organise your own activity? From cycles, zumbathons and tournaments to community events such as musical showcases, craft stalls, sponsored walks and cake sales, the options are endless.

Whether you're taking part in an organised event, setting up a page in support or in memory of someone, putting on your own activity or raising money to mark a special occasion, our community fundraising team is here to help you make it a success.

I'd like to do some fundraising. What do I do next?

You can email or call Debbie on 01903 277000 for a chat about your ideas. Or, if you are ready to register your event with us, download the Event Registration Form here and then email it to us once you've completed it.

I'd like to set up an online fundraising page

If you'd like to set up a page to fundraise for us through Just Giving, click here to get started - and remember to select West Sussex Mind as your chosen charity. Thank you.

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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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