The WELLIES Project provides therapeutic activities with animals, plants, creativity and the countryside for people recovering from mental ill health.

We warmly welcome donations of items such as wood, craft and horticultural materials, food and other items that the groups may use. This helps us to save money on buying materials and enables us to help more people.

Donations are very much appreciated and we are happy to share and promote this on social media and through press releases.

Our Environmental Policy states that we procure as much locally as we can and that wherever possible we will recycle and upcycle goods to save them going into landfill.

We are a Community Interest not for profit Company. Registration number 0732880.

If you have any questions or would like to donate materials please contact:

Julie White

Creative Director and Joint Founder of The WELLIES Project

Tel 07971 66674



We know people sometimes like to make a one-off donation of cash to our project. You can do this here via PayPal:

You could sponsor a particular activity:

£10 – Buy tea, coffee, biscuits and fruit for the day.

£30 – A meal for a group.

£50 – Run a craft activity.

£100 – Fill a mini bus up for the week.

You could also set up a direct debit payment as a monthly donation to help with ongoing running costs. This can be as little or as much as you like. We appreciate every penny.


Leaving a larger amount in your Will

If you love the work done by the WELLIES project or it changed your life, you might consider leaving us a little in your will. If this is of interest to you and you need further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


“Since I have come to WELLIES from day 1 to now I have achieved so much I feel more positive and believe I have a future again. I have goals now and love working in a team with others . I live on my own and feel WELLIES is so good for mental health. The future is bright I would like a job now and am applying for health worker jobs too now. I’m going to try and help others too now.”

WELLIES Participant