Donations

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Your donations will help us to continue supporting young people’s mental health in so many ways.

Whether £2 - which pays for a pack of our literature on wellbeing to be sent to a school, university or other youth organisation, or £100 - which pays for a parent peer supporter to help facilitate 4 support group sessions, your donations allow us to continue our work, and mean a great deal to us at Charlie Waller.

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Donate online today

The Trust relies on the support of many individuals who give their money and time to enable us to continue our work.

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Ways to donate

Thank you for choosing to donate to us. There are a number of ways to pay in the money you have raised.

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Pay in your fundraising money

You have completed your fundraiser and would like to pay in the money you have raised offline.

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Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving, or Give as You Earn, is a great way to support our work teaching people about mental health.

"Katie was an excellent trainer, she was incredibly clever, patient, and understanding. She clearly is passionate about the topic."

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"Jenny was personable, engaging, interesting and knowledgeable...she engaged the students well: her delivery was confident and her content relevant and useful."

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"Andy was enthusiastic and passionate. Staff and pupils found the workshops engaging and informative."

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"Dick was excellent. He shaped his presentation to suit his audience and responded to feedback from us to adapt his video so that it was perfect for his audience."

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"Inspirational trainer who gave a powerful presentation and real, lived experience which helped me understand. Thank you Annabelle, you are making a difference to mental health."

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