One in four of us will experience a mental health issue at some point in our lives. That’s why the work we do at START is vital in providing help for members of our community, whenever they need it.
We rely on the generosity of our supporters in order to maintain and develop our services. Support may come in various forms but each and every person who gives something – no matter how big or small – plays an important role in transforming someone else’s life. For that we, and they, will always be grateful.
All of us at START would like to thank you for your support.
Make a Donation
Whether it’s a few pounds or much larger donation, your contribution will make a huge difference. You can donate safely and securely online (see the link below) or by popping a cheque in the post, made payable to ‘START in Salford’. If you’d prefer to give us a cash donation, please bring it to our Brunswick House office.Contact Us
Donate Monthly Via Payroll
If you would like to get details about how to donate monthly via your payroll please visit the link below. A monthly gift of £5 will provide the art materials for a member for a week.Contact Us
Give a few hours of your time each week to help out with our workshops and activities.More Information
We believe strongly that a partnership with business benefits everybody. If you’re thinking of partnering with a charity, we’d love to hear from you.Contact Us
Follow us on Social Media
Follow us on our social media pages to discover more about START. We are passionate about sharing our work with the world and we share updates on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Donate when you Shop
Shop online and donate to START in Salford. You can now raise funds for our charity AT NO EXTRA COST to you. We know this sounds too good to be true, but we promise it's not. Givingabit is partnered with hundreds of your favourite shops, so please sign up today by using the link below.
A donation that costs you NOTHING!Contact Us
“I give a small donation to START each month by standing order. I like to support local charities that help local people, rather than always donating to large, national and international charities that often remind me more of private businesses….It’s great to think you are helping and supporting people, who live down the street or around the corner, with a problem that affects more of us than we would ever care to admit.”