Posts Tagged ‘Contribute’

Help Mind in Salford This Christmas

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Did you know you can raise money for Mind in Salford by buying presents for your friends and family?

Easyfundraising gathers small donations from the places you shop at online, for example Amazon, E-bay, Argos, and John Lewis , to name but a few. – simply sign up with your name & e-mail and start shopping!

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Please sign up and invite your friends too – the more you invite, the more money we get!

Donating to Mind in Salford

We are looking for donations this year to help Mind in Salford support vulnerable people in the area through its advocacy and mindfulness schemes.

Our advocacy service has seen referrals treble recently, and our mindfulness program currently cannot afford to meet demand for help – and your contribution could make the difference.

Hit the donate button in the top right to see how you can donate.

How your donations can help

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£2500

completely funds an 8 week mindfulness course for 16 people in Salford suffering from mental ill health.[/column]

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£15

pays for the mindfulness course materials for one person (handouts, CDs & more).[/column]

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£150

funds a day’s advocacy, including travel and office costs – supporting disadvantaged people to be heard and treated fairly. [/column]
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Welcome to our New Website

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

I hope you all like our new website, we’ve tried to make it easy to use and find things, so do let us know if you have any problems.

The site uses WordPress, which means it’s much easier for us to update, and to put in news, blogs and media.  Markus has kicked off our blogs talking about his own mental health and how mindfulness has helped him – go to “Blog – Hugging the Black Dog” in the menu to the right.

Contribute a blog!

We want you to contribute as well – your experiences with mental health and/or using our services can help other people, and we want to help you share these.  Please e-mail james@mindinsalford.org.uk if you would be interested in guest blogging for us.

Praise given where praise due

A big thankyou to our excellent web designer & programmer Andrew Yee of www.citruscube.com for all the work he has put in to help make this user friendly and deceptively simple design.