Fundraising for South London and Maudsley

All our successes in the fight for improved mental health and wellbeing are due to the generosity of the people and organisations that have supported us. There are many different ways to get involved and help us to continue our vital and pioneering work.

Whether you wish to become a regular monthly giver, donate in celebration or in memory, leave a legacy, join us in fundraising or give your time by becoming a member of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, we are grateful for every gift of time, effort and funds.

Make a donation

Maudsley Charity works closely with South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM). Your donations to Maudsley Charity not only help people under the care of the Trust, they also fund vital research and beneficial community projects outside the health care environment.

Donations are the lifeblood of our combined approach, providing essential support for people facing the challenge of mental illness. Funding is channelled into a wide variety of vital projects such as group therapy at Bethlem Royal Hospital, the Staying Well Service for recovering service users and helping adolescents with psychosis to get a step closer to returning home.

You can donate to Maudsley Charity today.

King’s Health Partners brings together a world-leading research-led university (King’s College London) and three of London’s most successful NHS Foundation Trusts (Guy’s, St Thomas’ and Evelina London Children’s Hospital, King’s College Hospital, and South London and Maudsley).


Fundraising is vital to the many projects we support and also plays an important role in raising awareness of mental health issues, encouraging community acceptance and reducing stigma.

Anyone can raise money for Maudsley Charity; from running marathons, abseiling tall buildings and climbing mountains to cake bakes and sponsored silences, all efforts are gratefully acknowledged and make a difference to those facing the challenge of mental illness.

Contact our events team on 020 7848 4701 or at