Give a Big Gift

Join our Beat Benefactors scheme and make a significant difference to the lives of those affected by eating disorders.

Without the generosity of our donors we would not be able to continue to support those affected by eating disorders. With more frequent and complex calls to our Helpline, we’ve seen the need for our services increase. Claiming more lives than any other mental illness, these serious conditions affect one in 85 men and women in the UK. You can help us beat them. 

We’d like to invite you to join Beat Benefactors, an exclusive club for like-minded people who are able to make a financial contribution to our work.

Becoming a Beat Benefactor is a chance for you to help secure Beat’s services for future generations and get closer to our work. We’ll meet with you to find out about the areas of our work you’re really interested in. You could help us to:

  • Develop our Helpline support services
  • Grow and strengthen our Young Ambassador Scheme
  • Continue to campaign on the key issues that concern people affected by eating disorders
  • Raise awareness of eating disorders and break down the stigma, myths and misunderstandings surrounding them
  • Develop our research work to extend our knowledge and understanding of eating disorders and their treatment

In return for your investment in our work we will ensure:

  • You are kept up-to-date by our team to make sure you always feel included and informed about how your gift is making a difference
  • We consult with you about the areas of our work which match your interests, so you can be sure your contribution is used as intended
  • You have personal contact from a member of the Beat Team
  • You are invited to Beat events to learn about our work and meet the people your gift helps to support

Contact us today to hear more about our work and how you could make a real difference to the lives of those affected by eating disorders. Call Philip on 01603 753336 or email beatbenefactors@beateatingdisorders.org.uk.

Our ambition is to beat eating disorders. Let’s face it together.