Below are some of the projects or organisations that have received donations from the Trust. You can use the search function (top right) to find out more how our grants are being used by sponsored charities. Alternatively, click here for a 2022-23 snapshot.

Arts and Minds, Cambridge
Using the arts to support positive mental health and wellbeing through creativity within local communities.

Beder, London
Softly raising awareness around mental health and suicide prevention through exciting events and initiatives.

BowHaven, Tower Hamlets London
Supporting people to design community based initiatives together.

Break, East Anglia
Supporting young people and their families via therapeutic services, respite breaks, providing a resilient home or support with parenting.

Bridge Support, London
Bridge Support offer person centred mental health and wellbeing support ranging from floating support, in-house services and services for forensic mental health issues.

Cherry Tree Nursery, Bournemouth & Chestnut Nursery, Poole
A joint charity based on horticulture providing meaningful occupation and restoration to people with mental illness.

Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health.
A specialist community based service for people living with, or recovering from, mental ill health.

Derventio Housing, Growing Lives Project, UK
Growing Lives provides easy-entry skill-building activities including cookery, computers, gardening, arts & crafts and furniture upcycling. Poor mental health is the most common barrier faced by the people accessing the project.

Evesham and District Mental Health Support Services, Evesham
A ‘safe haven’ for people to heal and connect with their peers and provision of therapies such as massage, emotional freedom techniques and counselling.

Geoff Ashcroft Community Programme, London
Welcoming those who feel lonely and isolated, providing a safe place for growth and discovery through music, art therapy, film, story-telling and creative writing.

Grain Chain & Growing Well, Cumbria
Working with dough therapeutically to alleviate stress and build skills.

HELP Counselling, Wiltshire
Offering a low cost confidential counselling service to adults and young persons.

Hope Into Action, UK
Helping the homeless with a focus on improving or maintaining good physical and mental health, social relations and engagement with occupation.

Justlife, Brighton
Justlife’s vision is to make people’s experience of housing vulnerability as short, safe and healthy as possible.

Maggs Day Centre, Worcestershire
Aiming to be a place where homeless people can come to escape from social isolation. It gives them the chance to feel normal, have ordinary conversations and forget, for a while, about being homeless.

Maytree, Wiltshire
Befriending vulnerable and isolated individuals, including people with severe mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder, major depression and schizoaffective disorder in order to prevent suicide.

Music in Hospitals, UK
Music in Hospitals & Care is a UK charity bringing live music to people in hospitals and care settings across the UK.

Oakleaf Enterprise Arts Project, Guildford
A range of therapeutic and recreational activities are offered by the Charity, empowering clients to achieve their aspirations and provide a safe haven.

Off The Fence, Brighton & Hove
Antifreeze provides hundreds of clients with emotional support, practical advice, and essential items such as food, clothing and sleeping bags. Gateway provides a safe space for women to build friendships and receive practical and emotional support from a team of caring, committed staff.

Paintings in Hospitals, UK
Aiming to to transform the UK’s health by using great art to inspire hope and wellbeing for patients, carers and communities.

Resonate, Brighton
Resonate nurture creativity and well-being through music. Working in diverse community settings to lead interactive Music for Well-being programmes.

Retune, Hertfordshire
Inspiring young people to improve their mental wellbeing through creative outlets such as music and the arts.

Self injury Support, Bristol
Focusing on improving support and knowledge around self-injury.

Strength and Learning Through Horses, London
Offering life changing mental health & education services including equine therapy.

Tastelife, UK
Providing tools for recovery for those who struggle with eating disorders and for their supporters.

Tile House Counselling, Hertfordshire
Offers affordable counselling for those who can’t afford private counselling.

Tough Enough To Care, Dudley
Giving men a safe & non-judgmental space to be comfortable in opening up about their mental health.

Trust Links, Southend
Trust Links offers therapeutic gardening, recovery classes, social activities, employment training and support to people living with mental health conditions.

Wiltshire Mind, Wiltshire
Offers peer support groups, counselling services, mental health awareness training, mindfulness groups and mental health first aid training. See below for interim grant report.

You Are Not Alone (YANA), East Anglia & Worcestershire
YANA offers specific help for those involved with farming or other rural businesses by: providing confidential support & counselling, building understanding of mental health, and investing in Mental Health First Aid training & suicide prevention.

You Raise Me Up (YRMU), Sussex and Kent
Offering emotional & mental health support to families that have lost a young adult.