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Fundraising as a group


Thank you for considering fundraising for Lancashire Mind.

Whether you’re a local choir, a Scout/Guide troop, or a football team, for any group, fundraising for Lancashire Mind is a great, feel-good activity for your members. It’s a brilliant way to bring people together and get everyone involved in planning and running your fundraising activity.

With 1 in 4 people experiencing poor mental health in any given year, there’s a high chance that someone in your group is either directly or indirectly being affected. Fundraising for a mental health charity is a good opportunity to also raise awareness and help reduce some of the stigma that surrounds mental health. By supporting Lancashire Mind, you could also be helping someone in your group or local community to seek support.

How fundraising helps

  • £100

    Could provide someone moving into one of our properties, who has nothing, with essentials such as towels and kitchen utensils

  • £400

    Could provide a child with 1:1 support from a wellbeing coach who will help them work towards goals to improve their mental wellbeing

  • £750

    Could provide a workshop for parents/carers whose children are experiencing poor mental health, enabling them to understand and support their child

  • Resources

    For tips, ideas and information please download our fundraiser's resources or contact our fundraising team

Fundraising Resources

Download the I represent a group that wants to fundraise PDF

Fundraiser's Support Pack - Tips, Planning & Activities


Fundraising Regulator

Lancashire Mind is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising. Established following the 2015 cross-party review of fundraising self-regulation, it works to ensure that charities who raise money from the public do so appropriately. As a charity, Lancashire Mind follows the regulator’s Fundraising Code of Practice.

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