Calling all superstar SameYou supporters

We need YOUR help

By fundraising for SameYou, you can help us to amplify our voices and fund innovative projects aimed at developing better mental health treatment for brain injury survivors and their loved ones.

There are so many ways to get involved with fundraising, from taking part in a SameYou challenge to organising your own event or fundraiser. Whatever you choose to do, the SameYou team can provide ideas and resources to get you started.

We are so grateful for your support - we can’t do it alone. We need you to help us to change the lives of the 1 in 3 people that will experience a brain injury in their lifetime.

... how you can support SameYou's Mission

Find out more about our fundraisers

Fundraising is a powerful way to make a positive, significant impact on the lives of others. Whether you participate in a challenge, host your own event, fundraise in memory of a loved one or want to support a charity, there are various ways in which you can raise money for SameYou.

Fundraising is also about raising awareness and educating others about the profound consequences that brain injury can have on an individual and their family.

Many have told us that becoming a SameYou fundraiser has been a rewarding process. It can help to connect with like-minded individuals and grow a support network. It can also lead to personal growth, such as conquering fears and developing communication and leadership skills.

Find out more about the experiences of SameYou fundraisers here:

Helping you to get started

As part of our brilliant team of fundraisers, you can help SameYou to develop better mental health treatment for survivors. If you would like to organise an event or set up your own fundraiser, get in touch with our team here

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SameYou downloadable assets

We know that drawing attention to your event can be key to a successful fundraiser. You can download SameYou resources that can be used to promote your event on your social and fundraising platforms. 

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