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All funds received through the kind donations will go towards supporting other fundraisers in their future fundraising challenges.

This can be for such causes as Mind, The Samaritans, Andys Man Club, Rethink Mental Health, MQ, Zero Suicide Alliance, The CALMzone, MenAllowed, Project6 or other such smaller local services near to you.

The fund is dedicated to supporting fundraising for mental health and Suicide Prevention.

Time and Money

Fundraising for charity often involves investing a significant amount of time into organising and successfully completing an event or challenge. To help people reduce the financial cost of fundraising The Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund is offering grants to those willing to volunteer their time and effort into mental health fundraising.

Fundraising for charity is expensive and that is why The Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund is providing grants to future fundraisers.


Last year Ryan rode 4800 miles Around Britain in 42 days for the charity Mind. The cost to organise and complete this ride, allowing for basic food, accommodation and equipment, was approximately £2000. 


However, his effort's raised approaching £8000 - an almost 4 fold return!


Clearly this initial outlay is an obstacle for many people who are considering a fundraising event.


By donating to the Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund you can help to significantly increase the amount of money being raised for mental health / suicide prevention charities by enabling us to provide grants to fundraisers, thereby reducing this initial outlay.

The Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund


Why The Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund

Lee Fancourt was a multiple Guinness World Record holding cyclist. He died from suicide in January 2018, aged 40.


In his memory, and to help support further fundraising efforts for mental health and suicide prevention, we established the Lee Fancourt Mental Health Fund.


We chose this unique way due to it's potential to increase participation in fundraising events and thus try to prevent further sufferers of mental health encountering the issues experienced by Lee and his family.


Please support us to support others by donating whatever you can via our GoFundMe or JustGiving pages