Your friends are fundraising. Don't miss out, opt in.
We are Solent Mind, Hampshire's leading mental health charity. We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services and raise awareness. We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
Solent Mind Registered charity number 1081116
Beat the blues and run every day in January to support Solent Mind's vital mental health services!
"In loving memory of Andrew Bamford who will be missed by us all. Thank you to Solent Mind for all that you do. Xxx"
Joanne, Loreen and Georgia Trelogan donated
£60.00 + £15.00 Gift Aid
"A great friend who will be sadly missed "
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
"Donated on behalf of mum who died in July and was supported with her Alzheimer by the Solent Mind team based at Eastleigh, so thank you from mums family"
Denise Brewer donated
£40.00 + £10.00 Gift Aid
"For Tom’s 28 miles. We are really proud of you!"
Elizabeth, Alex & Oliver donated
£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
"For Tom & Toby walking 28 miles - and such a wonderful cause!"
Lucy W donated
"For Tom, who walked 28 miles yesterday!"
Sam Webb donated
Deborah Heath has raised $3,818.94 so far
I'm I am raising money in memory of Mike for Deborah Heath because it was a charity close to his heart
Winchester Team has raised $2,720.83 so far
I'm Swimming the Channel as a Junior relay team for Winchester Team because mental health is so important
Southampton Phil Choir has raised $2,658.55 so far
I'm We are walking, running, riding or whatevering for Southampton Phil Choir because we can't support them through a concert as normal
Liz Eldridge has raised $2,511.45 so far
I'm Swimming in the sea for a year, NO WETSUIT! for Liz Eldridge because young people with mental health issues need a life
Philippa Morris has raised $2,118.70 so far
I'm Holding a charity ball for Philippa Morris because we want to help those in need of support.
Kate Randles has raised $1,906.09 so far
I'm We are doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge for Kate Randles because there needs to be more awareness for mental health