Big gifts - significant impact
Make a big gift and become a major donor
Whether you feel passionately about recovery and support services for individuals, overcoming limitations in policy and legislation or educating the wider public about mental health, there are many ways to support Mind.
A gift of £5,000 or more makes a significant impact and is a very rewarding way of supporting our work. We will work with you to find a project that matches your interests and brings about measurable results.
Your generous gift could...
- help challenge discriminatory laws
- support local Mind associations
- extend our range of over 80 support publications
- ensure the Mind infoline is available to all callers
- train employers on the mental health needs of their staff
- help campaign for people's rights and challenge discriminatory attitudes.
Team meetings and visits
- You can meet the staff involved in any of the projects in which you are interested and learn how your gift will be used to help people living with mental distress.
- Enjoy an exclusive visit to our funded projects or a meeting with one of our trustees to discuss Mind's future direction.
We also welcome enquiries relating to new projects or other areas of our work that you may wish to fund.
Make your gift worth more
We may be able to arrange matched funding so please contact us before making a donation to find out if your gift could be worth even more.
Mind is committed to an honest and transparent relationship with our donors. Please see our donor charter for more information.
The difference you can make
- £5,000 could pay for the establishment of a support group for people affected by anxiety, depression and bereavement.
- £10,000 could fund the development and production of 20,000 copies of a new title in Mind's award-winning mental health resources series.
- £30,000 could pay for one MindInfoLine worker for one year. Mind infoline receives over 40,000 calls annually from people in need of information and support.
Trusts and foundations
Mind relies on the generosity of charitable trusts and foundations to continue our vital work supporting people with mental distress in communities across England and Wales. With over 50% of our income coming from voluntary sources, we need your continued support to develop and deliver this work to respond to ever emerging new needs.
If you or an associate have links with a charitable trust you may be in a position to help Mind provide vital support, information and services to some of the most marginalised members of our society.
Please contact us on 0208 215 2234 or email us.