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We are so excited that you have chosen to fundraise for us. After 40 years it is still our passion to ensure everyone in our communities achieves better mental health. Ongoing support from fundraisers is vital for this. Thank you for all your help and please get in touch if you have any questions.
Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind Registered charity number 1123549
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind are celebrating a very special birthday. A massive 40 years of helping the local community with their mental health and wellbeing.
"Looking forward to completing RED January, good luck to everyone else joining in. 👍"
Lee Senior donated
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid
"Money raised from St.Albans school reunion Oct 2016"
Shaun Gartland donated
£110.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"A donation in the memory of Samantha Macdonald. Hoping Sammie has found peace now, lots of love Aunty Doreen Uncle Arthur Counsin Andrew and Sheila xxxx"
Jane Macdonald donated
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
"In memory of Samantha MacDonald"
friends at Tameside Council donated
£60.00 + £15.00 Gift Aid
"In memory of Samantha Macdonald x"
Michelle Bowler donated
£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid
"Wimped out of my Ice Bucket Challenge"
Laura Vose donated
Charles Stewart has raised $6,902.82 so far
I'm Raising awareness for Mental Illness for Charles Stewart because Laurian would want to help others.
Samantha Smith has raised $3,138.98 so far
I'm We want to raise awareness for mental health for Samantha Smith because We have lost too many loved ones to this disease
Matt Hoyle has raised $2,662.15 so far
I'm We are having our 2nd annual fundraising BST class for Matt Hoyle because we lost our beautiful Chloe to a mental illness.
Muslim Community Events has raised $2,144.04 so far
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Dawn Nisbet has raised $1,754.74 so far
I'm I am doing the Great Manchester 10km Run for Dawn Nisbet because we don't know what battles each person is fighting
Helen Thornhill has raised $1,421.55 so far
I'm Running the equal elevation of Everest 29,000ft for Helen Thornhill because