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Helping us raise funds

Fundraising for a charitable cause can be very rewarding and can fit in well with your own lifestyle.

  • Maybe you do marathons/half marathons or fun runs anyway - could you be sponsored?
  • Could you hold  a cake sale or coffee morning in your place of work? 
  • Perhaps you could be sponsored for something extreme like a sky-dive or the Three Peaks challenge.
  • Could you do a collection in your work place, or take a collection tin for your shop? 
  • Do a sponsored walk or bike ride.
  • Hold a raffle.
As a small charity we are entirely reliant on donations, gifts and grants. Any fund-raising events or sponsorship you can undertake will directly help support people with mental health problems. Please  contact us to discuss your ideas.


Tough Mudder South West

Kimberley Dean successfully fundraised for Changes Bristol by undertaking the arduous Tough Mudder South West challenge on 16th August 2015.

Tough Mudder is a 10-12 mile obstacle course designed to test all-around strength, stamina, teamwork, and mental grit.



Kimberley raised support for Changes Bristol's work helping people experiencing mental health problems and also for Bristol's Mind's work.


If you’ve ever felt “I’d really love to do a physical challenge myself - but maybe sponsoring someone doing one is the next best thing (and means I keep my clothes clean….)”, then this is your chance. Kimberley’s donations page is still open at https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/kimberleydean1 so why not be generous and show your support?

And don’t forget, if you are a UK taxpayer and GiftAid your donation it will increase the gift for Changes Bristol’s vital work by 25% at no extra cost to you.



Thank you Kimberley and to all who sponsored her, your support is really appreciated!

Thunder Run 24 Hours

Over 24 hours from midday on Saturday 26th July to midday on Sunday 27th 2015, Pete Scull tackled the arduous Thunder Run to raise funds for Changes Bristol's work to make the lives of mental health sufferers that little bit easier. He travelled as far as you possibly can on foot over a 10km loop with 150m climb per lap in Catton Park in Derby, with grass and mud and rain. This was Pete’s solo attempt at the Thunder Run, and he deserves our thunderous appreciation. 

Pete’s donation page is at https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/petescull1 if you wish to show your support.  If you are a UK taxpayer and GiftAid your donation it will increase the gift for Changes Bristol’s vital work by 25% at no extra cost to you. 

Well done Pete and thanks to all who supported his heroic running! Your support is hugely appreciated.
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