Peace of mind
Regular donors help provide us with the reassurance that we have a regular amount of money coming in to help us to maintain aspects of our work.
Donating online is the easiest and quickest way to support St. Helens Mind. You can choose to make a one off donation or set up a regular direct debit which helps us to plan for the future. We are in the process of setting up a new online fundraising platform. Watch this space!
Gift Aid makes a huge difference
If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid Scheme at no extra cost. How? Simply complete a Gift Aid Form and send it to us along with your donation.
Donate by post – send a cheque (payable to St. Helens Mind) to: St Helens Mind, 27 Hardshaw Street, St.Helens, WA10 1RW - don’t forget to ask for a Gift Aid form!
Legacies and Wills
By pledging a gift in your Will to St. Helens Mind, you can help us to be there to support local people in the future.
Donating in memory of someone special
Giving in memory of someone special is a personal way of remembering them. Donations made at the funeral, or during a celebration of their life are gratefully received. Every donation helps us reach out to people who need us, ensuring that no one is left to cope alone with a mental health problem.
We are working to create links with local businesses who may be able to help as well. This could be by helping financially or offering a service like a print run of brochures, printing some t-shirts or other promotional goods or offering some time to help us organise events and activities. All ideas will be most welcome! And we would thank you publicly!
One-off donations and Fundraising activities
Every donation, no matter how big or small can go a long way to helping someone. We aim to respond to every cry for help and you could make this happen.
We have received donations from businesses whose employees have raised money by holding raffles, cake sales, dress down days and even given us the profits from their team tuck shop. This helps us to nurture relationships with them and ensure they also have resources to provide support for each other in the workplace.
If you are feeling energetic you can run a half marathon or if you feel inspired, you could host a punk gig (just two examples of different ways to offer support). Previous fundraisers have organised a Ball, taken part in a craft fair and even togged up in fancy dress to pound the streets to raise funds. Let your imagination run wild!