Make a donation
Your generous donations help us to reach more people affected by poor mental health with advice, support and information.
Choose how you'd like to donate:
£10 could allow 25 people to access the Mental Health & Money Advice website to help them improve their financial situation and mental health
£25 could help us answer a few calls to our advice and information line, supporting someone in need of mental health support.
£50 could enable five young people to take part in our 8-week programme, giving them the tools they will need to manage their own mental health.
£75 could provide a listening ear and friendly chat for three people in the community who needs support with their mental health.
How much would you like to donate?
£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?
What will my money go towards?
The money you give makes a real impact on people’s lives. Here are some of the things we spend donations on.
Improving access to support groups across the UK.
Running our Mental Health and Money Advice service.
Providing access to information, such as our mental health information guides.
Your donation will make the difference
Just £10 could help pay for a call to our advice and information line, supporting someone living with mental illness who may be feeling in distress during this time.
Other ways you can help
There are lots of ways you can help us to reach more people. Get involved and help us raise awareness of our work.
Real life stories
Hear from some of the inspirational people we’ve helped move forward.
"Another reason why I love volunteering with Clic is because it helps me too – I’m still human and have periods where I’m struggling, and to have that support there 24/7 makes such a big difference. "