First anniversary fundraising campaign launch

We have launched a new campaign to raise £10,000 between now and the end of December 2020, to provide mental health support for 100 young sportspeople.

Having already helped 180 young sportspeople since our launch in November 2019, and contributing to the wider conversation around mental health in sport, our goal is to raise £10,000 to mark the charity’s first anniversary on 26th November 2020.

With £10,000 we will be able to:

  1. Fund one to one mental health support for a further 100 young sportspeople who really need it, and
  2. Continue to raise general awareness of how mental health is just as important as physical health for young sportspeople, particularly in this time of Covid-19.

Since launching our charity, we’ve received some incredibly positive feedback from the young sportspeople we’ve already helped:

“I really appreciate the support Sporting Wellness provided and i’m grateful for how quickly it came through. It was really reassuring in a difficult time to know there is support out there.
Admittedly it did take me a little while to be brave enough to make the initial call, but once I’d done that, the support available on the phone and online has been great, very helpful and much appreciated.” Anonymous Young Boxer.

So how can you help us?

Please see our Fundraising page if you are interested in organising your own fundraising event to support our Anniversary Campaign Fundraise

Donate here First Anniversary Campaign at JustGiving

Tell your friends/team mates about us!

If enough people support this project, we will be able to offer specialist mental health one to one support for a further 100 young people, to help get them back on track in their chosen sport. It also has the potential to make a huge positive difference to the rest of their lives (and even to save some lives), while providing UK sport with a talent pool of amazing young sportspeople, across all sports.

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