Donating to Lifelink
Lifelink gratefully accept donations on a one off basis or as a regular contribution. Donations can be made via our MyDonate page by clicking the button below.
Any donations made to Lifelink will help us to continue providing essential mental health and support services to Adults and Young People living in Scotland.
Fundraising for Lifelink
If you are thinking about fundraising for Lifelink we would be delighted to support you to do so.
We can provide marketing materials including leaflets and posters for your events and can promote your efforts via our social media pages. If you decide to fundraise for Lifelink you will be assigned a contact within the organisation who will be able to support you in accessing any of these materials and will keep in touch throughout your fundraising journey to provide moral and practical support where possible!
If you are looking to host a fundraising event or complete a fundraising activity for Lifelink let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – your email will be picked up and passed to the best person to support you.
Fundraiser Case Studies
Staff in Lifelink’s head office were more than a little surprised and absolutely over the moon on 5th October 2016 when two phenomenal fundraisers, Scott and Jerry popped in to present us with an extremely generous donation of just under £2,000.
Scott and Jerry had organised, unbeknownst to Lifelink, a charity football match at Partick Thistle Football Club and held a raffle as part of their event. The match was in memory of Scott’s brother, Thomas, who had completed suicide.
The match helped to raise awareness around mental health and suicide and encouraged other to ask for support around this sensitive topic. We are extremely grateful to these gentlemen and very impressed by the work it took to get this organised.
Nicole was a previous Lifelink client who contacted our service whilst experiencing panic attacks and depression. After attending six sessions with a one to one counsellor Nicole drastically reduced her CORE score (a clinical measure of mental well being) from a concerning high, to a much healthier number. Feeling inspired by the work Lifelink do and far more positive and confident in herself Nicole persuaded a friend, James, to join her in a skydive! Taking to the air on a frosty December day the wild pair jumped from a plane and succeeded in raising £730 for Lifelink. We admire their bravery and determination to complete this terrifying feat!
Looking for leaflets in PDF format to promote Lifelink at an event or location? You can download them below.
You can also support Lifelink by:
- Subscribing to Lifelink’s newsletter at the top of the page.
- Contacting us with your Lifelink story, feedback or suggestions.