To support our work in supporting the hundreds of thousands of male victims of domestic abuse and domestic violence in the UK, the ManKind Initiative relies on donations from:
- Individuals as donations, sponsored activities and bequests
- Companies (as part of their charitable giving/corporate social responsibility) – many raise funds on charity days or Charity(ies) of the Year campaigns
- Company sponsorship for our helpline, directory and other activities
- Trusts and foundations
Any money raised and any donations or bequests that are received are used with due care and are ringfenced to support the helpline (we receive no government or state funding for the helpline).
Recent donations have been used to:
- Fund the continuation of the helpline
- Produce new leaflets and posters advertising the helpline
How to donate
Donate online via our My Donate or Virgin Giving pages
Donate to an existing fundraising campaign
Many people all over the UK raise funds for the charity by taking part in fun runs, marathons, coffee mornings and a whole host of other activities. Y
We have a range of people taking part in fundraising events which you can sponsor
We have a range of people taking part in fundraising events which you can sponsor:
Vincent King (In Memory Of)
Lucy Anesi (10 and 5k runs)
J P Kastein and Alex Skeel (Tough Mudder)
Gazza Fisher (Bungee Jump – In Memory of David Edwards)
We no longer use BT My Donate as it is closing
Cheques should be made payable to ManKind Initiative and sent to:
The Treasurer, The ManKind Initiative, Flook House, Belvedere Road, Taunton. TA1 1BT
We are now Amazon’s Smile website where you can donate a percentage of your purchases to us.
Fundraising events and activities
If you wish to carry out an activity to raise funds (a fun run, marathon etc) or hold an event, please contact the Chairman (email@example.com) so details can be listed on our Virgin Giving Site.
Virgin Giving can help you with setting up your page
We can provide T-Shirts, logos and also provide promotional support.
We offer the opportunity for organisations to sponsor the helpline. More information can be found here.