Contact the fundraising team
Want to speak to the team about giving in memory?
Contact the fundraising team on: 0207 089 5050
Collection at a funeral
Receiving donations instead of flowers or simply collecting at a funeral can really help us. Please send cheques (made payable to YoungMinds) to: YoungMinds, 4th Floor India House, 45 Curlew St, London, SE1 2ND
Regular giving is also a great way to help ensure that we plan ahead for the future. You can easily set up a direct debit for as little or as much as you like.
You can also make an online donation to YoungMinds or create a tribute fund to remember a loved one.
Leaving YoungMinds a gift in your Will is a special way to make a lasting impact. It will ensure that we can continue to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people for many years to come.
If you are considering supporting us in this way, please visit our page for more information.
MuchLoved allows you to create a special tribute page where people can share stories and donate in memory of a loved one. Creating a tribute page is a meaningful way to honour the memory of your loved one and can bring comfort to everyone affected by their passing.
Seeing your tribute page grow by adding photos and videos or sharing stories can give such a sense of achievement and is a lasting legacy in your loved one’s name.
The donations through your page also help to make a real difference. They provide the much-needed support to other young people that may be suffering with their mental health.
Funeral notice pages offer people the chance to make a donation as a funeral gift instead of giving flowers etc.
Creating a funeral notice page is a meaningful way to give back in memory of your loved one and can help to provide a focus through this difficult time.
We have posted a lot of photos, thoughts, memories and music onto the page ourselves, both in the immediate aftermath of Eloise’s death and the subsequent four years. We have also visited the page to see other people’s memories of Eloise. Both of these activities have helped us through the grieving process.
I found that by setting up Matthew’s tribute page it gave me a way to communicate with all my friends & family. It also gave them a way to pay their respects to Matt by posting photos & messages. It gave us a focus on how much we were raising for YoungMinds as a tribute to Matt.
Bringing together friends and family is a lovely way to raise funds and awareness of children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing in memory of someone you have lost.
"Bringing together friends and family is a lovely way to raise funds and awareness of children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing in memory of someone you have lost."
Helen has been unbelievably supportive of YoungMinds raising funds and awareness in memory of her husband Jamaine.
As a charity close to Jamaine’s heart, vital awareness about early intervention has also been a main focus for Helen. Along with sister-in-law Kollis, Helen took part in a skydive – watch the video below.