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Our Supporters

We would like to thank all who contribute to supporting our service provision. Without your support, we would not be able to keep our service running. Current supporters include:

  • Bedford & Luton Community Foundation
  • Bedford Park Rotary Club
  • Big Idea Brand Marketing
  • Borras Construction Ltd
  • Compass Wellbeing
  • Co-op Community Matters
  • Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce
  • Hertfordshire Community Fund (HCF)
  • Hertsmere Borough Council
  • The John Apthorp Charity
  • Members of the public
  • National Lottery
  • Ngage – low carbon workspaces
  • Oaklands Development
  • Office of Police and Crime Commissioner – Bedfordshire (OPCC Bedfordshire for VoC)
  • Redbrain
  • St Albans City & District Council
  • St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation
  • The Steel Charitable Trust
  • Waitrose
  • World Privilege Plus
  • Yogi Design

Our ambassadors represent us in the Community and/or provide a significant amount of their time voluntarily to support the Foundation. Our current ambassadors are:

  • Kevin Doyle: Ambassador for Digital Enablement of Services
Events & Fundraising


Accepting the Best Corporate Social Responsibility award at the biz4Biz Awards 2022.


To be recognised at the biz4Biz awards on 8th July 2022 was an absolute highlight for us. Nominated as finalists in several categories we were delighted to win the ‘Best Corporate Social Responsibility’ award sponsored by Airbus. We would like to thank our many funders who help keep our services going in both Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

Here is an article, from Insight magazine, featuring The Counselling Foundation and other winners.

Special thanks to all that attended, including Paul Seeby, Mayor of Broxbourne.


The Counselling Foundation was invited to attend the Cost of Living Crisis event run by Broxbourne Council for the local community to give practical advice and support for those in need.

Additionally, we have been added to the Cost of Living directory under Broxbourne Frontline, provided by Broxbourne Council.

Fundraising Opportunities

Whether you are challenging yourself to doing your first 5km run, undertaking your first marathon, hosting a coffee morning, supporting us while you shop, making a personal donation or you are a business who would like to make us your ‘Charity of the Year’, there are all sorts of ways that you could fundraise for us to help support the provision of mental health services and training for those who might otherwise not be able to access support.

Your amazing support is critical to the continuation of the service we provide to our communities. Donations you make go towards both our counselling services and contributing to equality of access to training for our marginalised communities.

You can choose to make a one-off donation or commit to monthly giving. Every pound makes a difference to our clients. Please get in touch if you would like to fundraise for us by contacting

“I am now able to discuss my feelings and emotions with my counsellor and my close friends and have, to a large extent, stopped burying uncomfortable feelings and memories”

“I am able to be less anxious in stressful situations”.

Borras Construction charity trek fundraiser
David Barker of Youth Talk and Tracy McPhillips of The Counselling Foundation receiving the cheques from Robert Broadfield and Bradleigh Coffill of Borras Construction


We are extremely grateful and appreciative to Borras Construction Ltd for nominating us as their chosen charity, alongside Youth Talk, to raise money via a gruelling hike they undertook on the Isle of Wight. 

This is down to one of their employees used our services during a very difficult time in his life. We believe that financial circumstances shouldn’t be a barrier to accessing counselling or emotional support.

Thank you to all who contributed to the fundraiser. Your donations have caused the fundraiser to surpass its £10,000 goal, which means that the money raised can go to those in need receive mental health support.

Support Us While You Shop

There are a number of ways you can support us whilst you shop

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Amazon Smile

You can support us whilst you shop with Amazon. Try it today through Amazon Smile, be sure to choose to support The Counselling Foundation Head Office – St Albans and then earn a free donation for our charitable organisation whenever you buy an eligible product through Amazon Smile.

Sell on eBay

If you’re having a clear-out you can sell on eBay and donate funds to us. Choose us as your favourite charity and you can choose to donate to us every time you check out on eBay. You can add us as a favourite on eBay by signing into your eBay account and selecting ‘add to my favourites on our eBay for charity homepage.

Or become a community seller where you can donate 10 – 100 % of the sales proceeds to the Counselling Foundation.


Register by clicking easyfundraising and choose one of The Counselling Foundation centres. When you shop, instead of going directly to the retailer website, log onto easyfundraising first and click on the retailer you want to shop with. You will then be taken to the retailers website where you will shop as normal but the shop you are using will give The Counselling Foundation a donation. There are over 4,200 retail partners registered with Easyfundraising who will donate to us if you access their website through the easyfundraising website. What could be easier.

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We are a unique organisation dedicated to providing therapy and training. There are many ways you can get involved with us.

Employment Vacancies

The benefits of working with us are:

  • Opportunities for continued learning and development including discounted Continuing Personal Development courses.
  • Flexible working
  • 25 days holidays per year plus bank holidays, pro rata plus any additional days that the Foundation is closed between Christmas and New  Year
  • Membership of a contributory pension scheme for employees (subject to meeting the eligibility criteria including minimum monthly pay)
  • Membership of our employee assistance scheme (subject to minimum weekly hours)
  • Family friendly policies including maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave
  • Entitlement to occupational sick pay after one year continual employment
Current Vacancies

Any questions please contact

Volunteering & Work Experience

Volunteering provides an opportunity to try something new or to give skills you have already developed to an organisation and make a real difference.

We welcome volunteers to be part of our community.

We are always open to contact from people who would like to fundraise, take on a new challenge, donate skills, and become part of our lively community. The work you do as a volunteer has a tangible impact on the services we are able to develop and offer.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact

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