Thank you for your interest in joining the HEH Mind Fundraising Team; and supporting us with your efforts and passion. Together we can make a meaningful difference to people in our local community. Please browse our website to gain an insight to HEH Mind.
Our fund and awareness raising activities ensure we continue to be able to deliver much needed support to local individuals and groups (families/ workplaces/ clubs/ teams).
When you fundraise that can be for: HEH Mind generally (we will use the funds where they are needed), or you can specify a particular area/ project you would like your funds to be used. In the past we have had donations for particular projects such as: our Children and Young People’s Safe Haven and the Ambassadors Project.
If you are interested in supporting us and would like to discuss this further, please complete the expression of interests form.
If/ when you support us we can provide you with branded material (flyers, posters, booklets), which we can tailor to you/ your event. Additionally, we are available to discuss ideas/ thoughts for potential activities and events.
Every pound you, your friends, colleagues and/ or family raise for HEH Mind will make a huge difference to the lifes of local people and families.
We hope you enjoy your experience of fundraising for, and with HEH Mind. If you need any further information or support, please contact us on: [email protected] or complete the expression of interests form
We are affiliated to National Mind, but importantly we are a separate charity. Please search for ‘Havant and East Hants Mind’ when donating. Donations to National Mind are not directly accessible by our local services.
About Havant and East Hants Mind
We are a small to medium sized charity and we are not able to purchase any places ‘en bloc’ at events, so we hope that fund/ awareness raisers will pay their own entry fee.
There is no pressure to fund raise for us. We feel it’s incredibly important to raise the profile of the work we do. Any funds raised are a bonus, and help to support our wellbeing service provision.
We can provide you with a HEH Mind T-shirt, fundraising forms, links to our fundraising pages (on Amazon Smile, easyfundraising, Facebook, Just Giving and Virgin Money) and some promotional material; which will help raise awareness of your fund raising and our charity at your event and hopefully afterwards as well.
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This week is Volunteers’ Week. An annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. Although the coronavirus pandemic has stopped or changed many of the volunteering opportunities we would usually do, you can still get involved and support our local communities.
Resources are being shared at volunteersweek.org and volunteerwessex.org
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• There is also ‘We Are Undefeatable’ a movement supporting people with a range of long term health conditions, developed by 15 leading health and social care charities. Their purpose is to support and encourage finding ways to be active that work with each person’s conditions, not against them. (weareundefeatable.co.uk) ... See MoreSee Less
David, our Ambassador, talks us through his match day experience. If you are missing friends, football, and the outside; this audio may help bring a smile to your face. Is David's match day experience similar to yours?
As part of our Ambassadors Project, some Ambassadors have produced their own wellbeing resources. This audio/ video is one of those resources.
Find out more about our Ambassadors Project and the other projects, services, support at HEH Mind by visiting www.easthantsmind.org
Research shows that learning new skills can support improved mental wellbeing by: • boosting self-confidence and raising self-esteem • helping you to build a sense of purpose • helping you to connect with others
Even if you feel like you do not have enough time, or you may not need to learn new things, there are lots of different ways to bring learning into your life.
An annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. Although the coronavirus pandemic has stopped or changed many of the volunteering opportunities we would usually do, you can still get involved.
Good relationships are important for your mental wellbeing. They can:
• help to build a sense of belonging and self-worth
• give you an opportunity to share positive experiences
• provide emotional support