2020 has had a huge affect on charity fundraising with an estimated over £4 billion loss to UK charities.
At HEH Mind we have felt that with cancellations and postponements to this years community activities at workplaces, sports clubs, youth projects and community events such as the Great South Run and the Hayling Billy 5.
While many of us have returned to work or education, most community events and activities are still not possible.
We need your support. We have a range of online/ virtual fundraising activities and ideas including: crafting, gaming, streaming, baking, book clubs and gigs.
If fundraising is not for you right now, maybe you know someone that might be interested. Sharing our information ready helps, so please do share this with your social and professional networks.
Thank you Flick Drummond MP for sharing our #WMHD #DoOneThing campaign information. It has been encouraging to see so many people sharing resources and signposting to our local services in East Hampshire, Havant and surrounding communities.
“We also understand that sport plays a crucial role in relieving stress and anxiety, that it increases health benefits, physically, socially and psychologically”. @HampshireFA_CEO. Find out more about our partnership with @HEH_Mind: https://www.hampshirefa.com/news/2020/oct/09/havant-and-east-hants-mind-charity-partners-with-hampshire-fa
[email protected]_Mind are affiliated to the national Mind charity and work in collaboration with other local Minds across England and Wales, providing an array of mental health services, projects, training and campaigning. Find out about our partnership here: https://www.hampshirefa.com/news/2020/oct/09/havant-and-east-hants-mind-charity-partners-with-hampshire-fa