Your mental health during the festive season
For many of us, the festive period can be a testing time mentally, emotionally, physically and financially, especially during the pandemic. It's common for people to find themselves feeling overwhelmed by their mental health and money problems. That's why protecting your mental wellbeing, and supporting others, is so crucial.
We won’t stop until everyone has the tools they need to live their best possible life.
We bring together the heritage and experience of four charities from across the country who’ve been supporting people with their mental health for nearly 50 years.
Your donation will make the difference
£5 could help us update our information hub with essential information to help people who
may be feeling anxious to manage their mental health
£10 could help us answer a call to our advice and information line, supporting someone in
need of mental health support
£20 could allow 50 people access to the Mental Health and Money Advice website where
they can find support and resources to improve their financial and mental health
£30 could help us promote an online support group on Clic, connecting people who may be
feeling isolated or experiencing a mental health crisis for the first time
£50 could provide materials for art therapy sessions, helping people relax and build new
£3 a month could help us promote an online support group on Clic, connecting people who
may be feeling isolated or experiencing a mental health crisis for the first time
£5 a month could provide seeds and equipment for our gardening projects across Wales
£7 a month could help a specialist advisor offer tailored advice, information and support to
someone for their mental health and money problems
£10 a month could help 2 people be part of a peer support group for a year, offering them
acceptance and reassurance
How much would you like to donate monthly?
"It didn’t take long for me to realise that I had found a safe, relaxed and very friendly place to be."
"It just felt like everything came at once, and I had nowhere to turn. I felt as though I had failed as a dad."