At Lancashire Mind our vision is Mental Wellbeing for All and we won’t stop until everyone in Lancashire can achieve good mental health and wellbeing, people living with a mental health condition get the right support when needed and people aren’t differently because of their mental health.
Everyday our team are working with people across Lancashire but we can’t do it alone.
Why a regular gift?
By choosing to give a regular monthly donation, you will be helping us to look ahead and make long-term, sustainable plans to support the mental health and wellbeing of everyone in Lancashire.
A regular gift is so important to a charity like ours as it means we know that we will have a steady income stream that we can rely upon.
Regular gifts allow us to;
- Expand existing services so we can support more people across the county.
- Launch new wellbeing and mental health initiatives and programmes
- Provide more services free of cost
- Create more resources
Could answer a call to someone seeking support for their mental health and provide them with detailed signposting information
Could provide support for someone living with a mental health condition to be an active member of their community
Could give 30 minutes of coaching to someone who is experiencing poor mental health, helping them to overcome barriers
Could deliver a Happier Lancashire workshop in a local school, teaching children about the five ways to wellbeing
Even if you can't commit to supporting us regularly through a monthly donation, we are very grateful for all donations, no matter the amount. We will use your one-off donation to further our work across Lancashire where we want to achieve Mental Wellbeing for All.
£25 | £100 | £200 | Other amount
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.