Our Supporters

Cogwheel is grateful to all those organisations and individuals that support our work financially. Thanks to their generosity we have been able to sustain our services since 1988.

We receive regular donations from local individuals, many of whom decide to donate using Gift Aid. We also receive donations from local churches, businesses and colleges.

Each year a number of grant-making trusts support our work and we also provide some counselling services on behalf of the local education authority and city and county councils.

We are also very grateful to everybody who supports Cogwheel by volunteering as counsellors, trustees, fundraisers, user group members, or by providing admin and IT support. If you would like to get involved please do contact us. We are currently looking for volunteer counsellors and trustees.

If you would like to become a supporter and  join the growing group of people, businesses and organisations that play a part in everything we do – and who are determined to help us provide an essential mental health service to the people of Cambridgeshire – please get in touch with Cogwheel’s Business Support & Fundraising Manager Neil Davies at neil@cogwheel.org.uk.

Mental health is as important as physical health

A big "Thank You" to all those who have supported our work

  • A2O Group
  •  Albert Hunt Trust
  •  ARM
  • Avanit Systems Ltd
  • Barkway Chapel
  • Cambridgeshire Community Foundation
  • Cole Charitable Trust
  • Diocese of Ely – Church of England
  •  Elica Ltd
  • Girton Town Charity
  • Jesus College
  • John Huntingdon’s Charity
  • Magdalene College
  • Neil Marsh Health & Fitness
  • Redmayne Arnold & Harris
  • Sawston Parish Council
  • St Pauls Church Hills Road
  • Strangward Trust
  • The Alfred Haines Trust
  • The Barnaby Obey Trust
  • The Evelyn Trust
  • The Frank Litchfield Charitable Trust
  • The Marsh Charitable Trust
  • The Northwick Trust
  • The Pye Foundation
  • Trinity College
  • As well as many other Cambridgeshire chapels, churches and individuals