South East and Central Essex Mind Needs Your Vote!

South East and Central Essex Mind Needs Your Vote!

We need your VOTE!

The Evening Echo Newspaper is giving local charities the chance to take a share of a whopping £20k cash giveaway! They are inviting you, the community, to nominate your favourite local charity for a chance to benefit from a share of the cash. This is where we need your help….. by taking just a couple of moments to nominate South East and Central Essex Mind

We are a local Mind, an independent charity based in Southend. Local Minds like us are affiliated with National Mind however while we have similar aims and values, we fulfil different roles, offering local services to local people and we are responsible for our funding. We rely entirely on fundraising and your kind donations to help run our services and our work in the community. Every penny raised for SECE Mind helps us make a difference to people’s lives.

It only takes a couple of minutes, and to give you a helping hand we have provided you with some of the key information required below!


How to Nominate

We’ve provided all the information you should need below, step-by-step.

Click here to nominate – ‘Nominate South East and Central Essex Mind”

Fill in the short form using the following information

Charity: South East and Central Essex Mind
Address: Jubilee Centre
112A Southcruch Road
Registered Charity No:114845

The project we need your votes for – Somewhere To Turn

A new early intervention service called “Somewhere to Turn”
for those who need immediate support for their mental health including peer support and individual support worker sessions giving them tools to manage their mental health.

This service will be accessible for anyone experiencing a mental health challenge in the community and any donations towards this would be greatly appreciated. The charity also offers one to one counselling, mental health supported housing, children and young people services, mental health training and information talks.

As an independent self-funded local charity every donation makes such a difference to our work.

Jamie Langstone