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Knock-out Charity Boxing Match

A challenge with a difference! Paige Yarwood threw her hat into the ring and took on a new challenge to raise money for Heads On. Here is the blow-by-blow account.

Climbing the O2

On a crisp day on Saturday 23rd November, 11 year-old Maisy Wood and her aunt Jade Wood arrived in London to climb the O2. As the sun was setting, they donned harnesses and climbing gear, ready to climb 171ft above the capital for a cause close to their hearts.

Beachy Head Marathon

Two brave souls ran the Beachy Head marathon on 26th October representing Heads On. To give you an idea of how hilly it is, the elevation gain of this event was over 4,300 feet - Mount Snowdon is 3,560 feet...

Climbing Kilimanjaro

On 17th October, Becca O'Connell flew to Tanzania to take on the incredible challenge of climbing Kilimanjaro to raise money for Langley Green Hospital in Crawley and Shepherd House in Worthing. Read on for Becca's account of her amazing journey.

An Epic Autumn of Events

What a busy October for our supporters! Two members of staff from Caburn Ward returned from their 4-and-a-half week journey across Northern Spain, and volunteer ward befriender Harry Roberts returned from Scotland after having cycled from Land's End to John O'Groats. That's over a staggering 2,000 kilometres in total!

Paint it Purple 2019

We painted it purple this year on World Mental Health Day 2019. The focus this year was Suicide Prevention, and we visited several places across East and West Sussex to promote the Trust's Suicide Prevention helpline cards. We had lots of help from our wonderful supporters who leant us a hand and made many cakes to mark the day.

How you can help

Whether you make a donation, attend an event or fundraise for us, every penny will help make life better for people with mental health problems.