Great companies who encourage their staff to volunteer

Today was lively at the allotment with the guys from BAM Construction starting their work on transforming the site and the and the 2 ladies from Call Credit weeding the very overgrown beds. all in the name of volunteering and working for companies who encourage community action from the employees. here are the 'Before' photos. Watch this space for the transformation over coming weeks.

Dig this!

Whey hey! The shed is in place, the tools are on their way and the garden is ready to go at the Mansion House Garden. Anyone already attending our social groups on Monday, Tuesday or Friday can pop into the garden for a potter. We will send out details of other times you can go along when we have them, maybe a day of gardening can be arranged in the near future to get us all back into the swing of it. what do you think? This was made possible by shoppers at One Stop shops and their Carriers for Causes scheme. Anyone interested in joining us should get in touch at We are looking for volunteers with an interest in supporting people and maybe some gardening experienc

Big thanks to St.Helens Tri Club

It was great to meet up with some members of St.Helens Tri Club this week. We would like to extend a massive thank you to Eddie Hirst and his team mates for raising £285 at their first fund raising evening in aid of St.Helens Mind. This will go a long way to helping us to support local people who are experiencing mental health difficulties. We are delighted to have been chosen as a charity to be supported by such a great bunch of people T H A N K YOU !

Helping us to help others

The last several months have been interesting and colourful for St.Helens Mind. As well as becoming the Mayoral charity for 2017-18 we became the Charity Partner of St.Helens Town AFC. The Mayors Gala Dinner saw many local businesses, artists and entertainers donate auction and raffle prizes. The guests gave generously and we raised vital funds from ticket sales, an auction and raffle. Other donations to the Mayor have come from individuals, and organisations such as Soroptomists. Not only has our gain been financial, it has provided us with publicity and the chance to raise awareness of our work in St.Helens. We have also been the beneficiaries of donations from individuals who have run m

What happens to donations made to St.Helens Mind?

We all like to know that we are spending our money wisely. Below is a list of ways in which donations to our local charity could be spent to support those in St.Helens who need it most. Donations help us to: Maintain & develop our projects * Help us to start new activities Maintain good standards of training and support for volunteers Train more volunteers to help us fundraise & attend events * Support more people ​ Below are just some of the ways money that is donated to us is spent to help local, vulnerable people. As you can see, any donation you make, big or small, will make such a big difference to the lives of the people who use our services. ​ £5 to provide volunteer expenses for

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