Our Supporters Community support "This charity and what they support is important to us all because as a friendship group going through losing a friend has affected us in ways we weren’t prepared for." Jemma Moulange Community As well as being supported by local companies & societies, we are also hugely grateful to members of the local community who get behind what we do by providing their time and skills to help move our charity forward. Fundraisers Tim Cullen aka Strictland Ministry of Sound Resident DJ, Tim Cullen and Mental Health Resource Patron, hosts 'SWITCH' nights at the Forum; regular house and techno nights to raise funds and awareness. Complete with strobes, smoke, lasers and a superb selection of talented DJs spinning alongside Tim’s darker alias, STRiCKLAND, this is never a night to be missed! Thank you Tim for all your ongoing support! Sam Hill will be running the virtual London Marathon in October 2021 for our charity. Thank you Sam! Find out more about his story and how to make a donation here. Kelly and the team at Tonbridge & Tunbridge Wells Community Services will be walking 100 miles in a week in their pyjamas to raise as much money and awareness as possible for our charity. Thanks to you all! Jemma Moulange will be running the London Marathon in October 2021, in memory of her best friend Lydia who was an avid supporter of our work! Thanks so much Jemma and good luck! Social Media & Marketing Volunteers We're so grateful for Volunteers who give their time and resources to help spread the word about our work. Special thanks to: Hana Wynne supports our charity tirelessly with our social media skills, creating content for our social media platforms, helping us to spread our vision and mission to our local community and beyond. Hana has an unending list of ideas for how to help drive our charity forward and we are so grateful to have her on the team! Paul Maghie has joined us as a Corporate Partnerships volunteer and helps to spread the word about our work to local companies and businesses who might be keen to offer their support. Thank you Paul! Amy Reed supports the Hub with her social media skills by managing the Hub's facebook page as part of their 'Feelgood Friday' weekly posts. Thanks Amy! Please select a donation amount (required) £5 could provide essential metal health support out of hours for someone with nowhere else to turn £10 could provide 3 people with telephone support for their mental & emotional wellbeing. £20 could provide an hour’s face to face support for our most vulnerable clients. Other Set up a regular payment Donate Past Community events & individual support. Thank you also to everyone who has raised funds and awareness over the past few years for our charity. Here are some of the people who've lent a hand! Individual support- Fundraisers & marketing. Thank you to everyone who has held a fundraising event to raise funds and awareness for us. John Vanek held an online gig to raise money for Mental Health Resource. Judy Horwood, Jill Neve and Hana Wynne braved a Firewalk! Talia Burgess ran the Yorkshire Marathon. DJ WVM aka Stefan Wright held a DJ night. Sally Marshall, from 'Sally at Home' Graphic Design, helped us with our re-brand and logo. Kieran at Video 282 Production created a fantastic promotional video about 3 of our key projects. Denny's Fest In August 31st 2019, Denny's Place Barbers & 14 Arrows Tattoo organised and hosted 'Denny's Fest', which raised over £3600 for Mental Health Resource. Denny's Fest featured a host of musicians, including The Maverick Turtles, WVM, Ryan Weeks, Stone Tooth, Chloe Marcela, The River Flows, Harry 'Sinatra' Hickmott, Riff Raff, Candy Stripe Messiahs and more. Staff and Volunteers worked tirelessly throughout the day giving half-price haircuts, £30 tattoos, running the bar and bbq to raise as many funds as possible for our charity. Thank you to everyone involved for raising so much money for our charity!