Thank you for visiting our Christmas campaign page – hosted by our very special friend ‘Elfie’! There are lots of ways that you can get involved and make a difference, including hosting an Elfie Day and sponsoring a light on Elfie’s Christmas Tree!
Please read on to find out more!
Christmas can be tough for many, especially if you are living with mental ill health, so this year, let Action Mental Health’s special Christmas advent calendar help you steer a path through the festive season with a smile on your face. Read all about our uplifting and motivational advent calendar which complements our festive Elfie fundraising efforts. Read all about it by clicking on Elfie’s Advent Calendar!
Please sponsor a light on Elfie’s Christmas Tree and help us to shine a light on mental health this Christmas.
You’ll be helping us to build a mentally ‘elfie’ society for all.
All funds raised will help support AMH’s diverse services.
By donating just £10 for example you could help to pay for arts and craft materials for use by a child during an art therapy session.
A donation of £30 could help to pay for learning materials for a local primary school class taking part in resilience building training.
A donation of £65 could help to pay for a counselling session for a local person who is struggling to cope this Christmas.
One great way of engaging in many of the five ways to well-being is to get involved in hosting your very own Elfie Day on 11th December!
As well as connecting with others and keeping active you’ll be giving your time and energy and helping to raise vital funds to support Action Mental Heath’s services for local people.
You can also find out more by contacting our fundraising team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can supply you with a festive fundraising pack giving you tips, props and ideas to add that touch of Christmas magic to your event.
By taking part and raising funds you can help us to build a mentally ‘Elfie’ society for all!
There’s lots of ways to get involved in our campaign. We want to spread some happiness and make sure we are all mindful of our mental health this Christmas.
We know that it’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas…There’s also no better time to start thinking about looking after your mental health this festive season. We know that 2020 has been a very challenging year for everyone.
That’s why we’re encouraging everyone to get involved in the five ways to well-being this Christmas.
These are a proven set of simple steps that everyone can take to help improve their mental health and well-being:
We’ll be sharing lots of hints and tips throughout December on ways to look after your mental health – please make sure to follow us on social media to stay updated.