for better mental health

Virtual Crafternoon

We're taking the nation's craftiest fundraiser online. Here's everything you need to know to join in our next virtual Crafternoon.

As we are spending a lot of time at home to help keep us safe, to look after our wellbeing, there are lots of activities we can do without going out that are fun and help us feel good - including crafting!

That's why we'll be taking the nation's craftiest fundraiser online. We'll be hosting our next virtual Crafternoon on Friday 19 June at 4pm. You'll be able to do something creative and take some time for yourself, while helping raise vital funds for better mental health.

Don't worry if you can't join us on Friday, we'll host more over this period. Our next session, and our final Virtual Crafternoon, is at 4pm on and Friday 3 July.

What to make

For our next virtual Crafternoon on Friday 19 June at 4pm, we'll be making tissue paper flower crowns. All you need is:

  • 12 sheets of tissue paper

  • Thread

  • Scissors and strong glue or glue dots

  • A thin plastic hair band (if you don't have this, you can also use the flowers to make a bunting style garland!)

Get the template

How to join in

Virtual Crafternoon will take place on Zoom. All you need to do is follow the link below at 4pm on Friday 19 June to join in.

You will be able to follow along as we craft and chat. Your microphone will be muted but you can chat using text, and please do turn on your camera so we can see what you're making and feel connected!

Join the Crafternoon

How to donate

It's free to take part, but more than ever we need your support to provide vital services for all of us experiencing a mental health problem.

We'd love it if you could help us by making a donation. Just £8 could allow us to answer one call to our Infoline.

When you're experiencing a mental health problem, supportive and reliable information can change your life. 

Make a donation

Get in touch with the team

If you've got any questions, we'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at [email protected]

You also might find what you're looking for in our FAQs.

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