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The charity provides a wide range of peer support and therapeutic activities in a safe and welcoming environment, alongside a mental health peer support drop in 5 days a week by volunteers who themselves have their own mental health experiences
The Anthony Seddon Fund Registered charity number 1157871
"A small donation collected at the annual T&G Hospital vs Primary care cricket match.
To all at TASF - Keep up the excellent work you are doing, we all appreciate your efforts"
T&G Hospital vs Primary care Annual cricket match donation donated
£40.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Donation received in memory of the late Mrs Moreen Shaw "
The Affordable Funeral Company donated
£20.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"This is in memory of Garry Worthington & all the wonderful support the centre has given him over the years. I hope this will help continue your good work supporting mental health in your community"
£30.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"We met you inspirational colleague Stan and had to donate"
Andrew & Jill donated
£50.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"In memory of my cousin Pauline who suffered from mental health problems for many years. Thank goodness there are people like you to support struggling young people. Keep up the good work. "
"Thanks Nez for the great Tai Chi sessions and for keeping our spirits up."
Steve and Pauline donated
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