Become a Suffolk Mind regular giver to help us in our mission to make Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health.
Why regular donations matter
Regular gifts, by direct debit, give us predicable income so we can commit to helping more people in Suffolk. We help over 50,000 people a year, but we want to support everyone in our county.
We are an independent charity that does not receive direct funds from national Mind. Instead, we need to raise our own money to develop services, education, advice, and support for people in Suffolk*
When you become a Suffolk Mind Supporter you will receive many exciting benefits. All we ask is that you support us by donating a minimum of £5 a month to help us continue providing vital services to the people of Suffolk.
Signing up couldn’t be easier. Just click here to go to our donation page and choose an amount you would like to donate on a monthly basis. We will then be in touch to say a huge thank you and provide you with your welcome pack.
Our overall mission is to make Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health. The logical starting point to achieving that is to ensure our young people know how to look after their mental health so they can take these tools into adulthood.
In a worrying survey of 26,000 young people in Suffolk, 45% said they have experienced poor mental health – that’s nearly half of our young people struggling mentally. Many adults that develop mental health problems first started to experience them as a child.
You can help us change this by becoming a Suffolk Mind supporter, so we can go into more schools to help more children to learn more about how to look after themselves, helping generations to come.
Your support could also help us create and provide lots of other vital services to adults to ensure we are there for everyone in Suffolk who needs our help. And we need to raise money all the time for our counselling bursary fund, so that adults can access talking therapy without having to wait, or to pay private fees.