Support Us

Please help us to help young people

Your support is vital. Without it we wouldn’t be able to continue providing life-changing support to thousands of children and young people within our community.

You can support us in a number of ways:
  • Make a donation (one-off or monthly)
  • Volunteer for The Lowdown
  • Offer a business sponsorship
  • Get involved with a fundraising event
  • Organise your own fundraising event
  • Gift us something we need
  • Leave a legacy to us
  • Become a friend of The Lowdown

You can organise your own event, or get involved with our upcoming events as an individual, group, organisation or business.

Fundraising activities supporting the lowdown have so far included:
  • Abseiling | Afternoon Tea | Art Auctions | Bake Sale | Band Nights | Bucket Collection | Celebration Dinners
  • Choral Concerts | Christmas Market | eBay Auctions | Eurovision Nights | Fashion Shows | Fridge Magnets
  • Golfing Days | Long Distance Walks & Cycling | Marathon Running | Mufti Days | New Music Talent Nights
  • Quiz Nights | Skydiving | Sports Days | Summer Parties | Supermarket Bag Packing | Theatre Productions
Other ways you can support us:
Easy Fundraising
Northampton Lottery

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We would like to invite your business, group or organisation to become our charity partner.

Our goal is to create mutually beneficial partnerships with local businesses, groups and organistions so that you enhance your CSR and our vital work with young people within this community can continue.

Our current partners include:

PC lottery
Why you should join
Ways you can support
Contact us

If you or your business is interested in supporting The Lowdown please contact Ellie our Fundraising and Marketing Manager at: – to discuss all the options available to you.

At any one time, a young person in Northamptonshire is struggling with their mental health.

Your support will allow us to continue to change and save the lives of many 11 to 25 year olds. With early intervention it is possible to drastically improve a young persons mental health and to prevent and treat suicidal feelings and self harming behaviours, but each year we are seeing a 20% increase in the need for our services and so we rely heavily on support from organisations to keep going.