Make a donation, make a difference
By making a donation, you’re doing something amazing. Your donation buys something precious for a person living with mental illness – it buys them hope.
“It is with much gratitude that I reflect on my time at the Mind Recovery College™. My journey is leading me to help, teach and inspire others to reach within themselves to find their own unique pathway to recovery." - student
Make a donation here today. Your donation matters. Even the smallest amount will make a real difference.
Thank you from all of us at Mind.
- Your donation will be 100% secure – Mind encrypts and securely stores your information. We do not sell your data to other organisations and will only share it as part of our own fundraising activities.
- 80% of your donation will go directly to supporting people affected by the impacts of mental ill-health.
- All donations over $2 are tax deductible and will be receipted.
- Mind is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC). The ACNC is the independent national regulator of charities and Mind supplies them with our governing documents such as yearly financial statements.
Become an iMind donor
We set up our iMind program to make it easy for people who want to make regular donations. The thousands of people who’ve become iMind donors play a massive part in bringing about positive, lasting change to people’s lives.
Donate to Mind and become an iMind supporter and select the recurring gift option. For more information please call 1300 286 463 or email email@example.com
Donations go towards:
The Mind Scholarship Program
We set up the Mind Scholarship Program to give people a chance, to enable them to start – or continue – their studies.
We give up to $1,500 per individual for study-related expenses such as fees and books. Our program helps people get their life back on track and reclaim their hopes.
Research is vital. It helps us to find out what works and develop the services that people need. At Mind, we’re serious about research and we involve individuals, families and carers, as well as other mental health service providers and universities. The more research we do, the more useful we are. Learn more about our research.
Fundraise for Mind
Organise a fundraiser
Fundraising is a serious business that can be a lot of fun. Whether it’s having your friends over for a home-made lamington (via a modest contribution to the collection tin) or running a long distance, there are heaps of ways you can raise money for Mind.
We’d love to help you to help us, so whatever you’re thinking of doing, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our fundraising team on 1300 286 463 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll talk it through and give you all the help we can.
Unleash your inner hero
Who doesn’t want to be a hero? Our page on the Everyday Hero website makes it easy, and you don’t even have to wear tights and a cape – though you can if you want to. Registering your fundraising event on the site makes it easy to keep track of how much you’re raising and to share your page with friends and family. Come on now, don’t be shy. Be a hero and make sure everybody knows about it at Mind's Everyday Hero charity page.
Join workplace giving
A workplace giving program enables staff to give a certain amount of their salary to charity each pay day. The amount is entirely up to you – whatever you give, you’ll make a significant contribution to Mind’s work.
Workplace giving makes giving easy.
If your workplace is interested in participating, please contact Mind’s fundraising team on 1300 286 463 or email@example.com
Make a bequest or an in-memory donation
Arranging to support a cause you care about after your death is one of the most positive things you can do. By including Mind in your will, you will help a lot of people.
Giving in memory of someone you love is a wonderful way of honouring them by helping others.
To find out more about donating to Mind in your will or giving in memory of a loved one, please contact our fundraising team on 1300 286 463 or firstname.lastname@example.org