Here’s a message from our CEO, Jon Neal
It is a difficult time for many of us at the moment, and during Mental Health Awareness Week, we want to let you know that we are still here if you need us.
We have adapted our services and provided more resources over the past two months to ensure those who need it are continuing to receive vital support. We have also launched new services, including counselling for our vital NHS workers.
But we also need your support…
Nobody is running marathons, climbing mountains or hosting bake sales at the moment. So we are asking for the support of the Suffolk community to enable us to continue providing as much support as possible, both now and for many more years into the future when we’ll be needed even more.
In the last two months we have missed out on around £50,000 of anticipated donations due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and if more and more fundraising events are cancelled, we predict that we will lose £150,000 in donations this year.
But you can support us in four ways:
- Make a donation to Suffolk Mind via our website.
- Follow us on social media and share our key information. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
- Sign up to our newsletter and receive helpful advice to support you and others around you.
- Talk about Suffolk Mind and your own mental health as much as you can to raise awareness.
Thank you for your support and stay safe.