Archive June 2019

Collaboration with Messy4Mind

Havant and East Hampshire Mind is delighted to collaborate with Messy4Mind founder Tom Mills.

“Our collaboration means we are able to offer supporters the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for HEH Mind by taking part in the Messy4Mind challenge.” Mike Lock, Community Development Officer, HEH Mind.

Find out more about fundraising for HEH Mind, including our other activities/ events, resources and support by visiting our website or contacting [email protected] 

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Emma’s Gin Festival

A huge thank you to everyone that attended Emma’s Gin Festival on Saturday 8th June. It was great to see you all enjoying the evening and the lovely atmosphere at Titchfield Festival Theatre.

Your donations make a real difference in peoples’ lives. Thank you.


We would also like to say a massive thank you to Emma for all the fundraising efforts, events, planning, donation collecting and for the future events she has planned. 

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Our Unsung Hero – Bruce

We are delighted to round off #VolunteersWeek by mentioning one of our amazing volunteers, who recently received the 2nd place certificate for ‘Unsung Hero’ at the Havant Volunteer Awards.

Bruce helps in many ways at HEH Mind and we are very pleased to see him recognised by Havant Borough Council. Bruce is a volunteer that goes above and beyond, and never asks for or expects thanks/ recognition.
Many local charities, including ourselves, rely on people like Bruce to keep us positive, motivated and smiling. A huge thank you and well done to Bruce.

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Sandra abseils the Spinnaker Tower

At the end of April Sandra completed the quite remarkable 100 metre abseil of Spinnaker Tower.  In doing so Sandra raised awareness and over £360 for Havant and East Hants Mind.

We would like to say a huge thank you to Sandra for abseiling Portsmouth’s iconic Spinnaker Tower and sharing the message that its ok to need support.

Sandra stated “I’ve known so many people that have had and still suffer with mental health issues including myself. It’s heartbreaking when you can’t take the pain away, but one thing I have learnt is that it’s good to talk and that it’s definitely ok not to be ok

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