We rely on funding from a broad range of sources:
Awards for All support development of anti-stigma and mental health awareness sessions for schools and youth providers accross Carlisle and Eden.
Children in Need fund our young peoples advocacy project which supports children aged 10 - 18 experiencing mental health problems and emotional distress due to life circumstances.
Cumbria Community Foundation have supported a variety of projects across Carlisle Eden Mind including Timebank and Suicide Prevention Skills training.
Cumbria County Council currently fund a range of our services including our Mental Health and Suicide Prevention training programme, our Headstart MHFA sessions and our Befriending Scheme, MOSS, through the Neighbourhood Care and Independence Programme.
Cumbria CCG funds delivery of our specialist mental health advocacy service across Carlisle and Eden.
The European Social Fund Community Learning Grant is supporting our Journey to Woprk scheme at Rowan House, which gives people the skills and confidence to move back in to volunteering, educational or workplace settings.
The Henry Smith Charity fund our supported volunteer programme across Carlisle and Eden, allowing us to continue supporting many people in recovery from mental health problems to participate in volunteering at our organisation.
Mind, through the Carers Fund, Reserve Fund and LMA Fund, have supported a wide variety of areas of our work including the development of our training delivery, support services for carers and reaching out to support employers.
Northern Rock Foundation fund the Cumbria Mind InfoLine and our carlisle Development Manager posts.
Time to Change fund our Growing Voices project.
Other funders and donors
Dowager Countess Eleanor Peel Trust
Co-operative Community Fund
The Greggs Trust
The David Snowdon Trust
Eden District Council