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Fundraising and donations

Fundraising and donations

Fundraise for us

Each year, we support people in Cornwall with their mental health, by providing a range of services that help people improve their wellbeing.

Much of this wouldn’t be possible without the people who give their time, money, energy and passion to make sure Cornwall Mind can be there for everyone who needs us.

When you take on a 5k run, organise a cake sale or choose Cornwall Mind as your Charity of the Year, you’re doing more than just raising vital funds. You’re also sending a message that mental health in Cornwall really matters.

However you decide to support us, we’re here to help make it as easy and as fun as possible.

We can provide you with:

All money we receive stays in Cornwall to help support better mental health in our local communities.

For more information send us an email;


Cornwall Mind is a valued resource and mental health charity for people living in the county. We promote a positive view of mental health and provide services that are accessible, relevant, and empowering to the people using them.

Although we’re affiliated to Mind the national charity, Cornwall Mind is an independently registered and funded charity (number 1176942), dependent on donations, like yours, to continue our vital work in the community.

How to donate

Making a donation is easy – just choose one of the options below:

  • To make an online donation please click the donate button on our website home page or via Facebook or Instagram
  • Alternatively, you can send us a cheque made payable to Cornwall Mind and send to Cornwall Mind, 2A Hamley Court, Dennison Road, Bodmin PL31 2LL
  • If you want to send us money direct just email and we can let you have our bank details
  • We’re happy to accept cash donations at our office. Please give us a call on 01208 892855 or email so that we can make sure someone will be there to accept the donation.

Sharing your fundraising on Social media

Social media (for example, Facebook or Instagram) can be a great way to share your story and your fundraising page.

Most people tell us they find sharing their stories on Facebook, with people they know fairly well, works better for them than sharing on a social media channel where they don’t know their followers as well. You can test this out to see what works best for you.

Why not hold a Facebook Birthday fundraiser for Cornwall Mind?