Support those affected by mental health issues

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In the UK, mental health services are stretched to breaking point and the official waiting list for those seeking support is at 1.6 million. Every year during Mental Health Awareness Week, people across the UK come together to shine a spotlight on this issue and break the stigma.

Please join us in supporting the charities, organisations and individuals making a difference all year round.

Mental health projects in need of your support

The Drug of Art

Artist and disability campaigner Alison Lapper is crowdfunding to combat isolation and loneliness through art, improving the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

She is working with three internationally renowned artists, Rankin, Marc Quinn, and Gary Mansfield, who have each designed an exclusive T-shirt to support the project.

Your donation can help bring the Drug of Art to schools and communities through workshops, masterclasses, exhibitions and a podcast.

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Double your donation

This project is being supported by National Emergencies Trust Local Action Fund who will be doubling all donations.

Plus the BA Community fund is also providing an additional £25,000 if they meet their target meaning that your support could release even more funding.

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75% of young people experiencing a mental health problem aren't getting the help they need.

Source, Royal College of Psychologists
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Organic Blooms

In 2020-2021, only 9% of people using secondary mental health services were employed. Additionally, just 5.1% of working age adults with a learning disability who received support were in paid employment.

Organic Blooms need your help to grow their social enterprise and create more life changing jobs at their organic flower farm.


Strongmen aim is to support men following bereavement. Grief can cause severe emotional and physical health conditions which are often overlooked and even ignored, especially in men.

It is with personal experience in these issues that the team behind StrongMen has created incredible services to help men going through the toughest of times.


Mental health charities for you to support

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Linking Lives UK

This national charity is working to reduce loneliness which impacts mental health amongst older people by creating befriending schemes, events and activities which are set up in partnership with local churches and other agencies.

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Help for Heroes

They support men and women who have been physically or psychologically wounded while serving in the British Armed Forces. They also provide the help that they and their families need to recover and get on with their lives.



Through their helpline, PAPYRUS -  Prevention of Young Suicide, provides information and practical advice to any young person who is feeling suicidal and to anyone who is worried that a young person they know may be suicidal.

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