easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into free donations. Just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising.org, then shop as normal. The retailers will then make a small donation.
Online game streaming can be a great way to raise funds for HEH Mind, while playing your favourite games. Twitch, Mixer and YouTube are all useful tools/ platforms to share your gameplay with supporters and to encourage them to donate.
This could be an individual or team challenge.
Kenwood care package
For every social media post with the tag #KenwoodCarePackage, Kenwood will give £1 to Havant & East Hampshire Mind. So it’s a great time to bake or cook a meal for someone who may need support. Check out our news story for more details.
Get messy with this gunge filled charity challenge and raise donations for HEH Mind. Record a video and/ or take photos as you are covered with gunge (or whatever you have access to).
Start the video by telling viewers why you are supporting HEH Mind and/ or why mental health is an important cause to you.
Messy4Mind was created by Tom Mills, who HEH Mind are collaborating with to promote this challenge.
If you have a musical talent, take it online to a virtual gig through Facebook or Instagram live. Set up a giving page so that those who join your gig can make a donation. Listening to live music is also a great way for others to look after their wellbeing.
Share your skills with others through online tutorials. You could hold a cooking/ foreign language/ flower arranging class. Ask for a donation in exchange for sharing your skills, which can be donated on your giving page.
Socially distancing yourself but still want to connect with your friends? Enjoy yourselves at your own virtual ball and support HEH Mind by donating your Ball Ticket profits.
Virtual book club
Take your book club online or set up your own new online club. Donate the money that you would have spent on drinks and snacks to HEH Mind.
Get together with your favourite people online for a virtual spin-off of Mind’s craftiest fundraising event.
Virtual physical activity
Lead an online class through Facebook or Instagram live. It could be yoga, aerobics or mindfulness. Set up a giving page and ask for a donation to HEH Mind for friends to attend.
Virtual pub quiz
Use Skype, FaceTime or Google Hangouts to hold a virtual pub quiz. Set up a JustGiving (or similar) page and ask your guests to make a donation to take part.
7k in 7 Days
Take on a 7k in 7 days challenge to help you build exercise into your new daily routine. Start the day with a jog around the living room or dance around the kitchen making lunch.
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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
HEH Mind would like to say a particularly large THANK YOU, to all of our volunteers, who continue to support us and our local communities. Your efforts are very much appreciated. Thank you, we would not be here without you 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
Good relationships are important for your mental wellbeing. They can: • help you to build a sense of belonging and self-worth • give you an opportunity to share positive experiences • provide emotional support and allow you to support others
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Being active is not only great for your physical health and fitness. Evidence also shows it can support/ improve your mental wellbeing by: • raising your self-esteem • helping you to set goals or challenges and achieve them • causing chemical changes in your brain which can help to positively change your mood
• 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