What people have done so far
We're incredibly fortunate to have many supporters of CWF who donate their time to help us raise much needed funds for our projects. Take a look at what others have done below and feel free to get in contact if you want to get involved!
On 22nd February 2018, Zan Moon took part in a Boxing Fight as part of Bristol University's Fight Night. This was to raise vital funds for the Charlie Watkins Foundation.
She raised £1,677.00!
"It's 2018 and yet the stigma with mental health issues still persists in society, Raising awareness/speaking out to friends/letting your friends know that it is okay to speak out is incredibly important and will help tackle this bizarre 'taboo' around voicing our emotions."
On 20th May 2018, Lucy Cova decided to raise money for the Charlie Watkins Foundation by running Britain's Ocean City Half Marathon.
She raised £725.74!
"Charlie Watkins was a dear friend of mine who will remain in my heart forever. Together we shared memories which I will never forget and every day I wish we could have created more."
On 16th September 2018 Abi, a member of our PR team, completed the Great East Run half marathon to raise money for the foundation.
She raised £300!
"A message that I want to share, is that no matter how low it can get and no matter how isolated the feeling of depression and anxiety can be, you are not alone.”
Prominent have been providing PR and marketing support for the Charlie Watkins Foundation since the start of 2018 when they chose the foundation to be their charity of the year. The team at Prominent use every fundraising opportunity to donate money to the foundation and will continue to support the foundation in 2019.
On 3rd August 2019, Mark Culley, managing director of The Orchard Fruit Company, participated in a tandem skydive to raise funds and awareness for the Charlie Waktins Foundation.
Mark raised £18,000!
Toe2Top (Roo and Jim)
On the 24th January 2019, Toe2Top embarked on the journey of a lifetime, swapping London life for the wilderness of Patagonia. The Charlie Watkins Foundation was one of four charities chosen for donations.
Toe2Top raised £26,555,79