#GivingTuesday is an annual movement created in 2012 that encourages people to do good – “a global day of giving”
Giving Tuesday falls on Tuesday 29th this year.
Rochdale and District Mind are an independent charity and rely on donations, supporters and sponsors to keep our services running for those who need us most, but this isn’t easy! The cost of living crisis has hit us all, including charities, and the need for mental health and wellbeing support has never been greater. We have seen a rise in demand for services since COVID-19 and to ensure we can keep delivering our groups, support and counselling sessions we need your help!
Ways you can support Rochdale and District Mind this #GivingTuesday
Fundraising for Rochdale and District Mind is easy! If you are planning to take part in an event or a campaign and would like to raise money for us, please fill in our online Fundraising Campaign form and our Fundraising Coordinator will get in touch. We have lots of resources and a Fundraising pack, and will support you 100% of the way! To find out more, click HERE
Donating is easy and stress free! Choose a one-off amount of set up a monthly direct debit – whichever suits you best! You can donate via our website HERE
Via Easy Fundraising:
Sign up with Easy Fundraising and every time you shop online with a huge range of retailers, you can nominate us to receive a donation, and it doesn’t cost you any extra! Find out more and set up HERE
Donate your chosen amount directly to us on our JustGiving page HERE
If online banking and online payments aren’t your thing, you can still donate to us! Please contact us on our Infoline on 01706 752338 or email [email protected] for our account details. Simply take these to your bank who will help you set up a direct debit amount of your choice that will directly fund Rochdale and District Mind services.
Volunteer with us!
We understand not everybody who wants to help is in the position to be able to donate, or maybe you would just like to get involved in person! We recognise the importance and benefits of having a diverse and inclusive work force, and therefore particularly welcome applications from the following, currently un-represented groups: culturally diverse communities, disabled people and diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. We are also committed to welcoming all applications from those with lived experience of mental health issues. See our Volunteers page HERE
Posted on: 28th November 2022