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Project information

5k for £5k: Sponsored Walk for Mental Health

Please help us to try to raise as much money as possible by getting involved with our sponsored walk.

Put your name on the list, pick up a sponsor form and get as many people to sponsor you as you can.

We aim to raise £5,000 for this 5k sponsored walk to help vulnerable women!

June 2016 - March 2017

Charity information: Chrysalis Centre for Change

Chrysalis Centre for Change logo
  • Need


    We offer support to women with mental health problems and women who are experiencing domestic abuse, current or historic


    As a charity we rely entirely on external funding to offer all our services to vulnerable women for free. The 5k for £5k sponsored walk will raise invaluable. much needed money to help continue the work at the Centre

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To raise £5000 to support the charity


    » 5K sponsored walk around Queens Park, St. Helens

    What success will look like

    On our website and in our Annual Report and other marketing materials

  • Impact


    CCC helps women to increase their confidence and self-esteem whilst offering them the lifetime tools to help reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress. We also help to reduce feelings of isolation and improve relationships


    We have identified the need for trained First Aiders, the Healthy Living Team and plenty of accessible water points as well as resting points.


    Through our website, social media and marketing materials such as our Annual Report and Annual Day of Celebration

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £5,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £5,000 Therapeutic Woekshop Residential therapeutic course for women with mental health problems, and/or who have experienced DV
  • Background


    Queens Park, St. Helens


    Women with mental health problems and women who have experienced domestic abuse, current or historic

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Because we have enthusiastic team members and service users who want to give back to the charity for all the support each has received.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Sue Clarke

    Centre Manager and overall coordinator of volunteers