Kathryn will soon by completing a bungee jump in aid of Harmless’ self harm support services. She will be jumping from the Tyne Transporter Bridge to raise vital funds so that our support services can continue to help those who need them.
Let’s give Kathryn a helping hand in reaching her £100 target!
You can donate by visiting her LocalGiving fundraising page here: https://localgiving.com/fundraising/kathbungee.
All of us here at Harmless would like to thank Kathryn for her kind support and for choosing to raise money so that our services can continue to make a difference. Your support helps us to work towards a brighter future for many people.
The support services Harmless provide received limited funding, and it is only by these kind fundraising and donations that we are able to continue providing self harm support to those who really need it.
Kessie & Claire will be running The Great Yorkshire Run on 27th September 2015 in aid of Harmless’ self harm support services. All of us here in the Harmless team would like to thank both of them for their kind support and for choosing to raise money so that our services can continue to help those who need it.
Let’s give them a helping hand in reaching their £250 target!
We would like to thank both Kessie & Claire for their support and for choosing to raise money for Harmless; your support really does make a difference and helps us to work towards a brighter future for many people.
The services Harmless provide received limited funding, and it is only by these kind fundraising and donations that we are able to continue provided self harm support to those who need it.
Please support Kessie & Claire by visiting their LocalGiving fundraising page here: https://localgiving.com/mrspochins
Looking to donate to Harmless’ self harm services or The Tomorrow Project suicide prevention work? If you support us today, your donation may be tripled by local giving. Please refer below for Localgiving.com’s #givingTuesday campaign.
It’s Giving Tuesday and we’re tripling
1,000 x £10 donations made today!
We’re excited to announce that as a founding partner of #GivingTuesday UK, we’re tripling 1000 x £10 donations made through Localgiving.com today!
After the sales of Black Friday and the online shopping boom on Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is an opportunity to come together and show the world why it’s good to give.
This global initiative hopes to encourage charitable giving to those most in need. Small charities currently receive just 7% of all UK donations, despite the fact that many are in desperate need of support.
Just £10 could make a huge difference to a small local charity in your area. Please consider taking part this #GivingTuesday by making a donation now.
Click here to donate to Harmless
Successful donations will be selected at random and we will inform you within 3 days if your donation has been tripled. Donate £10 now to take part. Good luck!
Help support Hollie in her fundraising efforts!
Hollie Smith will be running the Lichfield Half Marathon, on Sunday 3rd May 2015 to raise money for the Tomorrow Project.
Let’s give her a helping hand to reach her £250 target!
The Tomorrow Project is a suicide prevention project that has been set up to respond to the needs and concerns of a local community in East Leake.
The work the Tomorrow Project deliver in East Leake currently has no statutory funding and relies on fundraising efforts like these to help keep this vital support running.
Please support Hollie by visiting her Local Giving page here: http://m.localgiving.com/fundraising/hollielouisesmith
Find out more about the Tomorrow Project here: www.tomorrowproject.org.uk
Thinking about making a donation to Harmless? Donate via localgiving.com from today and they will double any online donations up to £10.
You can find Harmless’ localgiving page by clicking here.
For more information about their campaign, please see below:
Grow Your Tenner: raise up to 2x as much
Our upcoming match fund campaign, Grow Your Tenner, launches on the 14th of October. Throughout the campaign, we’ll be doubling online donations up to £10 – including those made through fundraising pages.
This means that during Grow Your Tenner, fundraisers can potentially raise twice as much for their chosen charity. This will continue until the 31st January 2015 or the match fund runs out, whichever comes first.
If there’s anyone you know who might be interested in running a fundraising campaign for a local charity in the near future, then please let them know about Grow Your Tenner. There’s never been a better time to start fundraising!
Please visit GrowYourTenner.com for more details about the campaign.