The Eikon Charity – a vital lifeline for children in crisis

Eikon Charity
Eikon Charity

The Eikon Charity – a vital lifeline for children in crisis

Help children at risk of self-harm and suicide

Give them someone to talk to – Keep them safe from harm

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Registered with the Fundraising Regulator

Registered Charity No. 1109190

Donate to protect their mental health

Prevent a concern from becoming a crisis

Help ensure that every child in Surrey who is depressed, anxious, self-harming or suicidal has access to specialist help without delay, free of charge.

1 in 8 children have a diagnosable mental health disorder. Less than 1 in 3 of those children get access to NHS care. They can wait weeks just to be assessed. In that time their condition can get worse. Together we can change that. Support us today so we can be there for them early on, before a concern can become a crisis or tragedy.

As a leading charity for children’s wellbeing and mental health, Eikon works with children and young people directly in schools and communities across Surrey and beyond, one-to-one, in groups and clubs to improve their physical, emotional and psychological health.   

We work closely with NHS children’s mental health services, schools, communities and local authorities, because we believe that working together creates the best outcomes for young people.  Will you help us to help children at risk of self-harm and suicide

“Without Eikon I wouldn’t be here today. They saved my life.”

Suicide is the leading cause of death for children aged 5 to 19
Less than 1 in 3 children with a diagnosable mental health disorder get access to NHS care.
11500-Eikon counselling, therapy and other sessions in the last 12 months

Without Eikon I wouldn’t be here today. They saved my life.” 

Chloe, first helped by Eikon age 12

I can’t thank Eikon enough for what they’ve done for me.  It’s a truly amazing charity.” 

Kez, first helped by Eikon age 11

The counsellor from The Eikon Charity was a lifeline for me. I was self-harming and thinking seriously about suicide.”  

Jake, 14