SANE has been fortunate enough to gain the support of a great many trusts and foundations over the years.  Some fund particular projects on a one-off basis, enabling us to conduct ground-breaking research or expand our invaluable frontline services.  Others provide us with the on-going core funding we need to keep providing emotional support and advocating for improvements in statutory mental health services on a day-to-day basis.

Whatever the basis of the funding they provide, the trusts and foundations who lend SANE their support play a crucial role in our continuance.  If you work for a trust or foundation and would like to discuss making a grant to support SANE in it's efforts to improve mental health across the UK, please contact the fundraising team on 020 3805 1790 or

Below are some examples of just a small number of those funders who have had a significant, ongoing positive impact on our work:

Garfield Weston Foundation

The Garfield Weston Foundation has provided core funding for SANE's activities on a number of occasions. We are very grateful to the trustees for their consistent and generous support.


The Sobell Foundation 

The Sobell Foundation generously granted us £60,000 over three years towards SANE's volunteer recruitment and training. The trustees' generosity is greatly appreciated. 


SANE on SuicideBIG Lottery Fund

SANE was delighted to have received a grant of £387,282 from the Big Lottery Fund towards a four-year suicide research project titled A New Focus for Suicide Prevention.

Read about SANE's suicide research, and explore the result of that research, a new online resource: SANE on Suicide