How you can help:
We rely on fundraising towards the costs associated with providing financially supported counselling. We do not receive any funding from the NHS or central government and are experiencing a widening gap between the cost of counselling and the contributions we receive from our clients.
We welcome one-off donations, however small or large.
Perhaps you are able to:
Raise funds from a coffee morning or a car boot sale or a cake stall? Or you might consider donating sponsorship funds from a run, swim or bike ride. All ideas and initiative are welcome – please get in touch.
However large or small, a regular monthly donation helps us to plan our finances.
Gift Aid: If you are a taxpayer and sign a Gift Aid declaration form, we can claim back 25p every time you donate £1 – this makes a significant difference to our funds.
Remember us in your will
By leaving us a gift in your will, you can ensure that Worthing Counselling Centre is able to support thousands of people in our community make changes in their lives and relationships and improve their emotional health and wellbeing. By doing so, you help families and the community too.
Regular payment by standing order
We welcome support from local organisations and businesses who recognise the impact of emotional and mental wellbeing on the wider community.
Sussex Community Foundation for funds towards supported counselling and this website, leaflets and awareness raising
Worthing Community Chest for funds towards our premises costs
Helen & Derek Harnden, The Moongate Garden as featured on BBC2’s Gardeners World.
6 Elm Avenue, East Preston, Littlehampton BN16 1HJ
This fabulous garden has opened its doors this year for the first time for the National Garden Scheme and for private viewings and has made significant donations to us.
A large south facing garden designed by a Chelsea gold medal winner, the garden features a stunning Purbeck stone wall with moon gate creating two halves. There are several distinct sections including fish pond, herbaceous borders, Japanese area, fruit cages and much more.
Private visits can be arranged: firstname.lastname@example.org
West Sussex County Council Community Initiative Fund for essentials such as computer equipment, chairs and door seals