It takes a village of brave and generous individuals to help us keep The Lily-Jo Project thriving. If you are inspired by what we do and would like to get involved, here are the best ways to support us.
We’d love to hear about your mental health journey! Give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org and we are happy to find a way to collaborate with you on a blog article, video, or podcast.
We love to partner with brands, community groups, and other nonprofits. If your organisation is interested in sponsoring content, collaborating on a project, or supporting our work for the long term, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
We graciously accept and appreciate donations of all sizes. If you love the work that we do and feel motivated to give, you can donate anytime via PayPal here. If you’d like to set up a standing order with your bank, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send over our bank details.
Key Funding Initiatives
At the start of 2022, we set out a 5-year goal to reach:
At least 2 million individuals through our online self-help resource.
At least 1 million kids and teens through our in-person assemblies, workshops, and gigs.
At least 500 school communities through our online learning platform and curriculum.
To help us achieve this goal, we are currently looking for organisations and individuals willing to give £2, £22, or £222 per month.
This will support us with:
Continuing to nurture and grow our team of workshop facilitators.
Finding creative and cost-effective ways to deliver our school workshops in the midst of the cost of living crisis.
Further developing and improving our children’s resources so that they resonate with the children of today and beyond.
The impact of our work is clear – just see what students and teachers have to say about us following our visit at Whalley Range High School here in the heart of Manchester.
Making a difference is easy, simply set up a one-time or monthly donation via PayPal here. You can also get in touch with us at email@example.com if you’re interested in setting up a standing order with your bank.
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