Donating a one off or regular gift to CrossReach literally changes and saves lives.
Whether you choose to donate this one time, monthly or even annually, every gift we receive is used to enhance and enrich the lives of people in Scotland who are going through tough or troubling times.
You can have faith that your money will be spent where it is needed most.
- £5 could help fund a week’s supply of tea and coffee at one of our counselling centres.
- £10 could buy a cooking pot and utensils to use over an outdoor campfire for outdoor learning fun.
- £25 could allow a child affected by their parent’s substance misuse to take part in activities to build self-esteem and confidence.
- £50 could cover the cost of a 1-hour counselling session for someone at rock bottom who doesn't have the means to pay for the support they need.
- £100 enables a new mum to leave her baby safe in the hands of our trained creche workers while she has her counselling sessions
- £500 enables someone in recovery from addiction to access the counselling support they need to succeed.
To make a donation to CrossReach you can simple click the 'donate with JustGiving' button below and follow the step by step instructions.
Alternatively, you can donate by debit card, credit card or cheque by calling our lovley team on 0131 657 2000 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
"After the birth of my daughter I found myself in a very bad place with my mental health. I had received counselling before but it never really worked out so when I arrived at CrossReach I wasn’t feeling hopeful but when I stepped into the building and laid it all out to my counsellor it felt completely different to the sessions I had before elsewhere. My CrossReach counsellor made me feel like I could talk about all of the things that I was so afraid to say out loud and I would be met with unconditional support and no judgement.
I’m eternally grateful for the safe space that was created for me to heal. I chose to donate because I want other parents to be able to access that same support that I had."
CrossReach service user and donor