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Will you bring hope to young people this Christmas?

Help create a brighter future for young people facing mental illness this Christmas.

Christmas time should be filled with happiness and hope. But for a young person facing mental illness, it can mean despair and darkness.

We simply don't know enough about mental health. And that means far too often children are left without the support they desperately need – or the hope that things will get better.

We’re committed to changing that, and you can play an important part. This Christmas, will you give hope to children affected by mental illness?

Donate £14 today

Give the gift of hope this Christmas

Your donation can fund life-changing scientific research.

MQ scientists are exploring new ways to diagnose mental illness more accurately, treat it more effectively – and, one day, even prevent it. But without the right support, we simply cannot keep these inspiring projects running.

You can bring light into the lives of young people living with mental illness this Christmas. Please give a gift of £14, or whatever you can afford, today.

Will you help us bring light into the lives of young people living with mental illness this Christmas? 

"No child should have to go through what I did"

Kirsty started self-harming when she was 11 years old. It took 10 years before she was given the right diagnosis.

Read Kirsty's story

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