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Fundraising

Support us

You can make a donation and support us by clicking the green donate button above.

“You can now donate to Leeds Mind via text.  It’s quick and easy & free.  Simply text LMND01 and the amount your wish to donate  (for example LMND01 £5) to number: 70070”. 

Sign up to an event

If you would like to support Leeds Mind by organising a fundraising event please contact: Gemma Green –  email gemma.green@leedsmind.org.uk / or Charlie Brunning – email – charli.brunning@leedsmind.org.uk or call on 0113 3055800

Just Giving is an easy and completely free way to set up a fundraising page. It only takes a few minutes to get up and running. You can write your own personal fundraising story, add photos & videos, and your friends and family can support and watch the progress of your fundraising event via the internet.

If you would like to set up a page in support of Leeds Mind, please click here.

Fundraising Stories

“We are lucky enough to have had a number of people and organisations fundraising for Leeds Mind. If you would like to show your support to those currently raising money for us, please visit their Just Giving pages – links can be found in our blog entries below.”

Stars take to the field for local Leeds charities

By | April 15th, 2019|Categories: Events, Fundraising, News|Tags: , , , |

May 19th will see a host of big names don their boots and shin pads to take to the pitch at Elland Road, all in the name of charity. The match is set to see

Leeds United v Sheffield United fixture dedicated to mental health charity Mind

By | March 14th, 2019|Categories: Events, Fundraising, News|Tags: |

We are delighted to be working with the #EFL and Leeds United this Saturday at the Leeds v Sheffield United fixture. We will be bucket collecting and helping to raise awareness among fans about mental health and

10k every day for 30 days raising funds for Leeds Mind – by Mia Oldroyd

By | March 4th, 2019|Categories: Fundraising, guest blog|Tags: , , , , |

  After a very low 2 years in my life due to unforeseen circumstances, of which are still ongoing, I decided to take control of the way I felt by pushing myself with my schoolwork,