Over the years we have supported a varied selection of wonderful charities. Each year we embark on a journey to raise as much money as possible, as well as raise awareness for the cause. In more recent years we have focused on smaller charities where we feel that we can really make a difference.
In 2018 we partnered with a small charity called Centre for Mental Health, an inspiring charity who have driven a great deal of the change in mental health policy and practice we see in the UK through research and lobbying in Parliament. We were inspired by their life-changing research that has positively impacted and really made a difference to so many people over the years. We wanted to work with them to fund a research project that would better understand – ‘Why are so many people who die from suicide not receiving mental health support?’ There are so many people who fall through the cracks in our healthcare system and feel suicide is their only option.
Over the course of 2018 we wholly funded a research project that brought together best practice across the UK from our Local Authorities approach to earlier intervention for those who require help. This research document has been published and presented to the House of Lords to directly influence change across the whole of the UK. You can hear Centre for Mental Health’s, Sarah Hughes, talk a bit more about the research project and Investigo’s involvement here.
We always set ourselves ambitious targets when it comes to fundraising. For our partnership with Centre for Mental Health we raised over £50K. Below you can see a selection of charities that we have previously supported.
A charity that funds daily essentials for vulnerable children and adult refugees such as food, clean water, clothes, shoes, first aid, phone credit, personal safety and education.
A leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
Macmillan Cancer Support
Who support those with a cancer diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
Visit Cystic Fibrosis Trust Charity