FUNDRAISE FOR MINDWISE

We deliver over 30 key services, run by more than 100 staff and 80 volunteers who care. With the backing of more than 300 members we raise awareness, campaign for change and help more than 1000 people each day affected by mental health issues in their recovery. We need your help so we can keep being there in the community, in our housing services and in the public campaigning for change and demanding that people at risk of and affected by mental illness receive the support they need and deserve. 

There's no limit to what you can do to raise money for MindWise.  You can hold a bake sale or coffee morning, or challenge yourself by taking part in a challenge event, or come up with your own!

I want to fundraise! How do I get started?

To sign up to any event, or if you're holding your own event, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by clicking This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to email her, or ring her on 02890 402323. We'll support you every step of the way and send you everything you need to raise money and promote your event.

Need a little inspiration?

Christine held a coffee morning for MindWise in her local parish hall

Sheena did a tandem skydive for MindWise and raised over £3000!

Tracy and El walked 400 miles from Mizen Head to Malin Head raising over £5000!

Upcoming events

Belfast Castle Abseil - 9 September 2018

Got a head for heights or want to challenge yourself? Sign up today by emailing Samantha iconic Belfast Castle on the 9th September 2018. Sign up today by calling 028 90 402323 or emailing Samantha This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Minimum sponsorship for this fantastic event is £100 per person.

Donate to MindWise

If fundraising isn't for you, you can still support MindWise by donating.  Every single penny goes towards supporting people across Northern Ireland at risk of and affected by mental illness. Donate here on our JustGiving page.

 

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