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Community Fundraising

If you’re full of energy and want to inspire others in your area, there are lots of creative ways you can raise money to support people affected by mental illness.

For help, advice and more information, email fundraising@sane.org.uk or call us on 020 3805 1790.

Here are just some ideas for you to get started.

Host a tea party

Janet, a SANE supporter of 30 years

Whether you are a baking connoisseur or prefer to buy from a local supermarket, host a tea party and raise money for SANE.

Janet, a SANE supporter of 30 years, organised an entertaining raffle alongside a grand selection of homemade cakes at her tea party, creating the perfect recipe to talk about mental health, openly and safely.

Organise a gig

Magdi, frontman of rock-band Cairo Son

Want to show off your musical talent for a good cause? You could hold a concert in aid of SANE!

If your music has been inspired by your mental health journey and you want to share and support SANE’s work, then this could be your perfect fundraising opportunity.

SANE has had the support of some talented musicians. Magdi, frontman of rock-band Cairo Son, organised a rockin’ night to raise awareness of suicide. 

You will receive leaflets, info cards, balloons, collection buckets and collection boxes as well as a fundraising pack full of ideas that can be used at your event.

Just email fundraising@sane.org.uk and let us know more about your musical evening.

Donate in celebration

If you are celebrating an anniversary, birthday, retirement or wedding, you can make it extra special by asking family and friends to donate to SANE. It’s a wonderful way for those you love to help mark the occasion.

You can donate online, create an In Celebration page through JustGiving, or ask people to send cheques made out to SANE to: St Mark’s Studios, 14 Chillingworth Road, London, N7 8QJ.

For more information on giving in celebration, please email fundraising@sane.org.uk or telephone 020 3805 1790.

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