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As a registered charity we rely on generous donations to continue the life-changing and life-saving work we do. It is the generosity and the tremendous support of individuals, trusts, local authorities and other organisations that enable us to offer critical support services to over 1,000 vulnerable children and young people each year across Leicestershire, Milton Keynes and Northamptonshire.


Why Donate?

20% of children and young people have mental health problems in any given year and about 10% at any one time. This is around three children in an average school class

Between one in 12 and one in 15 children and young people deliberately self-harm

More than half of all adults with mental health problems were diagnosed in childhood. Less than half were treated appropriately at the time

Around three-quarters of children who develop a mental illness are unknown to any services


A solution to address those issues are the variety of services we can offer, which are professional activities, delivered by qualified and experienced Practitioners.


Your donation will be distributed based on need (if not specified otherwise)


Below are examples of what your donation could fund within our services, which can act as your focus for one-off donation, longer-term sponsorship or individual fundraising campaigns. Regardless of the £ amount your donation is going to have a tangible and sustained impact on our work and our beneficiaries. therefore every £ counts to contribute to our life-changing and life-saving services:


Alongside the generous financial donations We are also looking for genuine partnerships with individuals and companies towards meeting the many challenges for disadvantaged communities now and in the future. We recognise that increasing populations and reducing public spending will leave those with little with even less. We see a partnership as a creative and innovative way of working that enables us to work together in a different way seeking common sense low cost or no cost solutions or providing ethical routes for disadvantaged communities to access their basic needs and services.


For more information please call us on 01933 277 520 or send an email to


Other fundraising/donating options such as:


giving through payroll

leaving a gift in your will

donation in memory of a loved one

fundraising for us



£5 could fund an arts and craft session for 3 children/young people, for example to create a memory box


£20 could pay for children/young people to receive one hour of individual mentoring and coaching support



£300 could pay for a number of therapy sessions enabling a young person to understand with, and more effectively deal with, overwhelming emotions


£900 could pay for an individual therapeutic programme for sexually abused children


£10 could fund refreshments (drink and food) for 5 children/young people attending our group and activity sessions


£50 could pay for children/young people to receive one hour individual therapy


£500 could pay for 12 Practitioners to attend a training session to learn more about strategies to manage children/young people with ADHD and challenging behaviour


£1000 could pay for an individual transformative 6 months intervention mentoring, coaching and support programme for a child/young person with holistic support for their family


£15 could fund one hour hiring a community venue/facility to provide our vital services such as counselling and support sessions, group and activity sessions


£250 could pay for 100 hard-copies of our Self-Help Journals, such as the ‘Spectrum’ (Self-harm)


£600 could pay for 6-8 children/young people to attend a 6 weeks Anger Management Course or our Self-Harm Well-being group work programme


Whatever you can afford to donate will be of great benefit to Service Six






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