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ServicesSANE is delighted to have developed partnerships with a range of Trusts and Foundations. These partnerships have supported key projects including emotional support services, mental health research, and core funding to maintain existing services. There are some examples below.

There are four key topics relating to SANE's organisational model and the type of funding we need to attract:

  • Specialist mental health services
  • Integrated structure of Services, Research and Campaigning
  • Recurring and/or medium-term funding
  • Core or project funding.

To discuss making a grant to support SANE and better mental health, please contact Paul Flitcroft on:
020 7422 5544 or at:

City Bridge TrustCity Bridge Trust

In January 2015 the City of London Corporation's Charity, City Bridge Trust confirmed a grant of £99,000 over three years, towards a pivotal role in the organisation; the Head of Services. SANE is delighted to have been awarded this grant, and is very grateful to the City Bridge Trust for their support. 

Garfield Weston Foundation

Garfield Weston

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.


John Ellerman Foundation

John EllermanSANE continues to receive generous support from the John Ellerman Foundation towards core funding of the charity. In December 2012 we were delighted to receive confirmation of a further grant of £50,000 over two years.

The Sobell Foundation 

VolunteersIn 2014 The Sobell Foundation granted £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 4 year suicide research project - A New Focus for Suicide Prevention: Harnessing Personal Experience.

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