Donate to us
Every donation makes a huge difference and helps give people in mental distress a greater chance of wellbeing.
Make a secure online payment to Together
You donate to us below and select the amount and frequency if you’d like to make that a recurring donation:
If you prefer to use another platform you can donate to us using Just Giving:
Make a donation by bank transfer:
You can make a donation to Together via a bank transfer with the following details:
- Bank NatWest
- Account Name Together for Mental Wellbeing
- Account number 36774804
- Sort code 603003
If you would like to make a donation by cheque you can post that to:
Together for Mental Wellbeing
52 Walnut Tree Walk
Contact us with any queries about donations by cash.
Make a regular payroll contribution to Together
If your employer has a Payroll Giving scheme, simply nominate Together as your chosen charity, you can read more on that in our other ways to support us page.
Give in memory of a loved one or in your will
You can also make a donation in memory of a loved one, or leave Together a gift in your will and that is also on our other ways to support us page.
Please be assured, any money we receive goes directly towards helping people who experience mental distress to live more fulfilling lives. If you’d like more detailed information, have a look at our latest annual report and accounts.
More on supporting Together
Other ways to support us
There are a range of other ways that you can support Together and the people who use our services:
Every donation to Together helps people experiencing mental distress to leave fulfilled and independent lives. Whether you raise funds through a community or personal initiative, through your business or by undertaking one of your personal challenges, we welcome your donations.
Together is one of the UK’s leading mental health charities. We are also the oldest mental health charity and you can find out more about our history here. We work with almost 5,000 adults a month, many of whom face complex and recurring challenges with their mental wellbeing.
More about who we are
Our core principle at Together is Service User Leadership, this means people who use our services are empowered to make choices that affect their lives, lead their journey to wellbeing on their own terms and to collectively influence and improve services, organisations and society.
The impact we have is reflected in the successes of the people who use our services and their wellbeing. We believe that people who experience mental distress have the right and the abilities to lead independent, fulfilling lives as part of their communities and this page shows some of the ways we've done that.