How to Donate

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The charity has to raise £45,000 every year to run its helpline.

It takes calls from men (often with children) in distress and support others such as families, friends and workmates who call because they want to help them escape.

All donated money (including from companies, trusts or bequests) is spent directly on the helpline  – it provides the staffing, the telephone system and any promotion (leaflets). Not one penny is wasted on bureaucracy or unrelated admin.

To help us help men (and their children) escape, please donate whatever you can afford below.

Thank you – it really is appreciated.

(We use BT My Donate because it means we receive every single penny you donate – others like Just Giving take a slice off the donation for themselves)

How to donate

Donate online via our My Donate page

https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/mankindinitiative

By Cheque:

Cheques should be made payable to ManKind Initiative and sent to:

The Treasurer, The ManKind Initiative, Flook House, Belvedere Road, Taunton. TA1 1BT

Donate to a fundraising campaign

Many people all over the UK raise funds for the charity by taking part in fun runs, marathons, coffee mornings and a whole host of other activities. You can help them raise funds by visiting this page and then clicking GO on the right hand side:

https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/mankindinitiative

Fundraising events and activities

If you wish to carry out an activity to raise funds (a fun run, marathon etc) or hold an event, please contact the Chairman (chairman@mankind.org.uk) so details can be listed on our My Donate page.

BT My Donate can help you with setting up your page or event:

https://mydonate.bt.com/event/startFundraising.html

We can provide T-Shirts, logos and also provide promotional support.

Corporate Sponsorships

We offer the opportunity for organisations to sponsor the helpline. More information can be found here.