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Making a regular monthly donation, or a one-off donation, really does make all the difference to the adults we support.  A regular monthly donation means we can add value to our existing services, as well as identify and respond to the needs of our clients as and when they arise.  Donating to a cause you care about not only benefits the charity, but it can be deeply rewarding for you too.  Millions of people give to charity on a regular basis to support a cause they believe in, as well as for the positive effect it has on their own lives.

WE WANT YOU TO FEEL CONFIDENT THAT WE’RE SPENDING YOUR MONEY IN THE BEST WAY POSSIBLE.

£5 could help us put leaflets about our services in local community hotspots, helping someone to take the first step towards getting the support they need.

£10 could help fund an initial meeting with a qualified member of staff, and start their journey to improve their mental wellbeing.

£25 could fund a session worker for a peer support group, so they can meet like-minded people with whom they can share their experience.

£50 could help run a skill-building workshop, providing the skills the clients need to look after their own wellbeing.

COULD YOU GIVE  A REGULAR MONTHLY DONATION OF JUST £5 EACH MONTH TO MFT? Imagine what we can achieve if many of our supporters give £5 each month - as a collective, the total amount could make such a difference.

To set up a regular monthly direct debit, please click on the donate button on this page.  Thank you.

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As a charity, we rely on the generosity of our supporters donating either a regular amount each month, or a one-off donation.  We simply couldn't offer the support we do without your donations.  Thank you for being part of our mission to to be able to provide person-centred services to people experiencing any kind of mental and emotional wellbeing difficulties.

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