Mind Pembrokeshire Needs Your Help!

As someone who has been helped by Mind Pembrokeshire and who has helped Mind Pembrokeshire since 1987, I respectfully ask you to consider donating what you can afford to help Mind Pembrokeshire.

Mind Pembrokeshire is an excellent charity that has saved a considerable number of lives in the past thirty one years.  This pioneering charity has helped more than 6000 people in 2017. Its headquarters are open 365 days a year.

The charity is hoping to raise funds to purchase its headquarters in Haverfordwest in South West Wales.

They need to raise £200,000 by October 2018.

Please donate what you can o enable the charity to stay in its existing home.

Pembrokeshire is one of the most beautiful parts the world, both externally and internally. Let’s help Mind Pembrokeshire keep it that way.

Hywel Davies, Chairman, Hearing Voices Network Cymru and founder member of Mind Pembrokeshire 


More information about the appeal here:

“Mind Pembrokeshire is a local resource centre which has been providing mental, emotional and physical support from The Old Wool Market on Quay Street Haverfordwest for the past 18 years.

The support is for anyone who pops in to see us, no referral needed, no wait time anyone can come in in crisis and get help. We are open 365 days of the year as well, offering therapy for a wide range of mental health issues as well as social and creative activities!

A big part of why we’ve been so successful is our location – we’re just minutes walk from the town centre, yet we still enjoy calming riverside views!

Now we have never reached out for donations, in fact we rarely find the time as on average we have 6000 contacts use the centre in 2017 alone, but unfortunately we find ourselves in a position where we must reach out to the community.

Why we need your help

We have until October 2018 to raise the money to buy our building, to maintain stability for those already a part of Mind Pembrokeshire and to make finding support for those in need that little bit easier.

Help us make Quay Street our forever home.”

Mind Pembrokeshire


 

 

 

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