The Trust is profoundly grateful for its many supporters and sponsors, but remains reliant on donations. Small contributions can make a big difference. The MindEd Trust BT My Donate site has no management charges and is fully Gift Aid compliant.
Please note: The MindEd Trust will never employ cold-calling, begging letters, blanket mailshots or third party, charity boosters.
The MindEd Trust has received incredible support from many individuals and organisations, reflecting both the terrible tragedy which led to its foundation and the depth of the problems of psychosis in young people in our society. The calls for reform are now overwhelming and the Trust’s objectives enjoy widespread support.
One of the Trust’s primary objectives is the destruction of the stigma surrounding mental illness. The Trust is keen to support and participate in any and all events and activities which bring people together under a mental health banner. Fundraising itself helps to eradicate stigma. This makes the activity as important as important as the monies raised.
The Trust would welcome suggestions and proposals regarding fundraising – please contact us
Current Initiatives include:
The Leys School in Cambridge has selected The MindEd Trust as the beneficiary of its annual Lenten Appeal for 2016. Following a number of concerts, events and lectures, The Leys’ students, staff and parents are engaged in a wide variety of fundraising and awareness activities.
Cambridgeshire charity, Hoohaah are devoting the proceeds of their 2016 series of 10km runs and a half-marathon to The MindEd Trust. There are four events in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Suffolk with each likely to be attended by several hundred runners and supporters. The events are open to all ages and all abilities, attracting both pleasure runners and committed competitors. Donations may be made either direct via registration and participation of via individual sponsorship and participant websites. The MindEd Trust are grateful for the support of Tesco plc in this programme.
For further information, see their site