Donating to our cause not only benefits us, but it can be deeply rewarding for you too!
The knowledge that you’re helping others is hugely empowering and highly appreciated!
This, in turn, will make you feel happier and more fulfilled!
We would love you to help!
All donations go directly to supporting our Welsh farming community. A course of potentially life-saving counselling through our Share the Load service can be provided for 1 person at a cost of around £400.
If you feel that you can donate to The DPJ Foundation click the Donate with Justgiving Button to donate and add giftaid for free.
Other Ways You Can Help
How about starting 2024 with a fun well-being goal?
Run 1000 is a great start!
Throughout the month of January, Run 1000 is the ideal chance to take time for yourself and go out for a walk or a run, with the encouragement of our community.
This year will be a little different to previous years… there’s no team competition, instead we are all working together to see how many miles we can collectively clock up.
Will you help us raise awareness of the social and mental health benefits of exercising? Join in on theofficial Strava group.
Or followRun1000 on social media to find out more.
We’ll also be sharing updates from Team DPJ on our own social media, so stay tuned!
If you’d like to support this initiative with a donation, or gain sponsorship for your miles and help support The DPJ Foundation, you can set up, and link your own JustGiving page to our official campaign page here.
Take some time for yourself in 2024, and join in the fun of Run 1000.
The DPJ Foundation South Wales Winter Ball
Join us for a delicious 3 course dinner, dancing and celebration as the DPJ Foundation marks the end of another year working with Welsh Farmers to improve mental health and well-being. A raffle will take place on the night and entertainment will be provided by Jukebox Tonic.
We will also be revealing our new project…
Tickets are £45, please book HERE by 22nd November!
Join One Of Our HopeWalks
HOPEWALK is an annual campaign run by Papyrus to raise awareness and highlight the help and support that is available to support individuals and families affected by suicide. This year we are holding our own series of HOPEWALKs and we invite you to join us. Visit our Eventbrite page for more details.
By learning more about mental health and understanding how our mental health can affect us, you will be better able to help others when they need it most. Our training can be found on Eventbrite: The DPJ Foundation Training
Hold a raffle, auction, tractor run or virtual challenge or do something else exciting to raise awareness of the DPJ Foundation and mental health in agriculture as well as raising funds for us. Supporters have walked, ran, cycled, climbed, driven, eaten and drank, painted, knitted and many other things for us.
The DPJ Foundation would not be able to run without our AMAZING volunteers from across Wales. We have a variety of different roles that are available – whether you want to help us spread awareness of our work and help encourage people to get help or whether you would like to support people through our phone lines, head to our Work with Us pages to find out more.
Show your support for the DPJ Foundation and raise awareness of mental health in agriculture at the same time by purchasing some of our DPJ Foundation clothing. Whether you want something for warm for adults, comfy for teens or cosy for little ones, we have something for you in our Etsy shop: Wearing is Caring by the DPJ Foundation
We are pleased to announce that the lucky winner of our blue Fordson vintage tractor is ticket number 01529 which was purchased at the Gower Show by Mark Doughty. Congratulations Mark!
Thanks to our wonderful sponsors who enabled us to run this raffle. Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket, you donated the amount it costs on average to fund one potentially life-saving call to our helpline.
We are very grateful to all our supporters for their help and support which allow us to deliver our services. Thank you for the grant funding:
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