A huge thank you to Delph Primary School and Denton Community College work for both of your fantastic efforts in raising funds to support the services TOG Mind provides! 

A group photo of Delph Primary School students with our very own Jason BromleyDelph Primary School organised and held a 'Trading Day' event where they managed to raise a whopping £522.33! 


Denton Community College took part in the Born Survivor Obstacle Course challenge and as a result managed to raise a fantastic £294.10.


A group shot of students and staff at Denton Community College with Jason Bromley


The money raised will go directly into funding the mental health support offered at TOG Mind, who work across the Tameside, Oldham and Glossop areas. Every year, more people are facing problems with their mental health.


TOG Mind work to ensure that they can offer help to anyone that needs it, through guided self-help, mental health advocacy, drop-ins and more. Their other work involves teaching the community about mental health problems, how to recognise mental health symptoms and ways to reduce the negative stigma which, sadly, is still a barrier to people asking for help.



Thank you to everyone who took part in these events, we couldn't be any happier that you chose to support us at TOG Mind! The combined total raised between the two schools reaches an incredible £816.43 raised!


For more information about TOG Mind and the services offered, visit our website www.togmind.org; or you can drop us a call at 0161 330 9223.


If you’ve been inspired by this story and are interested in running your own event, or if you just want to donate, contact fundraising [at] togmind.org.


News Date: 
Thursday, 19 July 2018

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