Who funds our work?
As a registered charity, we rely on grants, fundraising and donations from individuals and organisations. We simply could not continue our work to improve the mental health of our young people and reduce the suicide rate without your generosity, so a huge thank you to the following funders:
Established in 2021, Community Matters is an independent, community-focussed charity shop based in Bath which sells good quality second-hand clothes and household items. The company donates its profits for an entire year to a specific local charity. Boys in Mind was honoured to be selected by Michelle Ebbage and her team as their chosen charity for 2022.
Convey Law is an award-winning conveyancing practice based in South Wales. The company has a long pedigree in terms of fundraising via its charity arm, the Conveyancing Foundation, which to date has raised over £987,000 for good causes. We were delighted to be nominated ‘Charity of the Month’ for November 2022 and further delighted at the news that Boys in Mind will benefit from funds raised during the Conveyancing Foundation’s Charity Lotto Charity Lotto initiative between April – June 2023.
Tony Murphy is sole Director of KTM Boats Bath Ltd, owners of a beautiful 60-foot holiday hire boat, Narrow Escape. As the brother of Kate Murphy, who founded Boys in Mind, Tony is a long-time supporter of our organisation, believing that it’s important that young people know that there are people out there who care. His support has included funding specific projects, such as training courses for our Youth Advisors, as well as making very welcome financial contributions towards our core costs and offering boat hire as first prize in our raffle!