Read below to find out more about the ways you can get involved...
Support our cause
MCTC is a registered charity and it’s purpose is to help those in need irrespective of their ability to pay. We focus on need and helping the individual regain their inner strength to cope moving forward.
Therapy costs money but because our therapists and staff work for minimal fees our running costs are low, however we do have costs to cover such as rent, rates, heating and maintenance costs. The demand for our services has never been greater, particularly as other support services find themselves under more and more pressure. We rely heavily on the kindness and generosity of people who support MCTC.
We have provided a number of ways through which you can support us.
Please email email@example.com to donate directly to our bank account.
We also gratefully accept donations in the following ways:
If you would like to donate we do prefer paypal or email firstname.lastname@example.org to donate directly to us via the bank. Thank you.
How does it work?
We have a secure payment facility with PayPal to ensure that your hard earned money makes it safely to us at MCTC.
Just press this link and we’ll take you there.
How does it work?
easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into free donations for your favourite cause. How? Just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising, then shop as normal.
How does it work?
Gift Aid is a scheme run by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) that means charities like MCTC can reclaim the tax on your donations at no extra cost to you.
Donate via our bank and email email@example.com with your form.
By raising vital funds for MCTC, you’re joining a group of passionate people committed to making a real difference to our community's health and wellbeing. Most importantly, you’ll be helping to give those in need – especially the most vulnerable – a way forward during difficult times...
Ideas to get you started...
Enter a 10K!
For those put off by the long-distance running of the marathon, there are many 10k and smaller running events around the country that are perfect for the more casual athlete. You will obviously still need exercise and preparation in the build-up, but the event can be approached with an attitude of “let’s get in shape” rather than looking to run an elite event.
Give up something you love!
It might not be easy for some, but it should be relatively simple for most people to give up something they enjoy for a month in order to raise some money for charity. There are many options, we have seen Dechox for chocolate, Sober October for alcohol, and Movember for shaving facial hair.
Hold a coffee morning!
There's nothing like getting a bunch of friends together, having a cuppa and eating some cake. Especially, when it's all under the name of Charity!
With your birthday coming up, why not do something extra special to celebrate this year? Fundraising for a cause you care about can make a huge difference and will make this year's celebrations even more memorable. You can do this via Facebook or JustGiving!
Get on your bike and ride!
There are plenty of organised events for those that would prefer a bicycle challenge rather than running to raise money for a charity. Or think of a cycling trip you have always wanted to take and raise money that way, both options are great for those who really enjoy riding their bicycles and helping to change lives.
Do an extreme challenge!
Skydiving has long been a typical fundraising challenge, and it is still quite popular as a way to demonstrate commitment to a charity cause. Likewise, abseiling, long distance runs, or mountain climbing challenges can all resonate with supporters who will realise just how much effort you are putting into your charity work.
Organise a School Event
A great way to raise money and engage with your local community is to organise a charity event with your children’s school. Having an activity day, that is linked to an online fundraising page, is an innovative way to teach kids about social responsibility
Have a bake sale!
It sounds very traditional, but with the popularity of the Great British Bake Off more and more people are turning to their kitchens to kick start a fundraising drive. A bake sale in your work or your child’s school is a good way to boost your fundraising for your page.
Shave your head!
All you need is a pair of clippers. Get your friends to donate and get an easy to manage hairstyle in the bargain.
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Mersey Counselling and Therapy Centre,
3 Dudley Rd, New Brighton, CH45 9JP
Tel: 0151 639 0400