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Get Crafty for Charity

Whether you love to sew or take pleasure from cardmaking, we are calling on YOU to put your talents to good use, have some fun and raise money for mental health charity, MIND.

You can join our 12-hour Quiltalong, organise a Christmas Crafternoon with friends, or be kind enough to donate; whatever you do, you can rest assured you'll be helping to raise vital funds to make sure no one experiences a mental health problem alone.

Organise a Crafternoon

Get together with friends, enjoy a few festive treats and try your hand at a bit of folding, gluing and sticking. This Christmas, Crafternoon is all about the power of paper - making beautiful cards, tags, decorations and wrapping paper to get you ready for Christmas!

Get Your Crafternoon Kit Today

12-Hour Quiltalong - Starts 9pm Saturday, 1st December

Get your pjs on, your sewing machine at the ready and be prepared to quilt-along with Sarah Payne as she leads a 12-hour Quiltalong in aid of MIND. Already got your kit? Download the instructions below and have some fun!

Watch Live from 9pm Saturday

We Appreciate Any Donation You Can Give to MIND

Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales with a mission to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone.

How Does Mind Help People?

Mind provides immediate support through information services, helplines and network of local services across England and Wales. They raise public awareness and promote understanding, so that anyone who experiences a mental health problem doesn’t have to deal with prejudice and descrimination, too. They also make sure long-term solutions are in place, by campaigning and influencing for real change at all levels.

How Your Money Could Be Spent

£120 could offer a lifeline to eight people in desperate need of support from Mind's legal line

£300 could give a young person bereaved by suicide, access to 1:1 and group support