We've gathered some of the country's top creatives and campaigners. We're ready to go, all we need now is your support.

We're searching for 1000 supporters to contribute £10 a month so that our team can work at full power. 1000 people to make history and bring psychedelics back to society.

104 supporters out of the required 1,000


Where your money will go

Psychedelics for Mental Health Campaign

The majority of your donation will go towards staff wages (All members of the team are paid the same basic sum of £15/hour). By making sure our team can function at full power, you will ensure that we stay on track with our Psychedelics for Mental Health campaign. Learn more about the campaign or learn more about our team.


Campaign Roadmap

Step 1

Awareness Raising

Educate the wider public about psychedelics, psilocybin and its therapeutic uses, drug policy and scientific studies through creating and promoting original multimedia content.

Step 2

Lobbying

Build a diverse network of psychedelics activists and train this community in campaigning and lobbying in order to empower and amplify our messages.

Step 3

Escalation

Create direct actions, installations and employ artivist campaigning in order to receive large-scale national media coverage and spark wide public conversation on drug policy and therapeutic benefits of psychedelics.

Step 4

Rescheduling

Change current policy so that psilocybin is rescheduled from Schedule 1 to Schedule 2, in order for research to become easier, faster and cheaper, and so that medical practitioners are able to prescribe psilocybin when they see fit.


Why we need your help

Thanks to a series of brilliant scientific studies, society has reawakened to the potential of psychedelics. But one vital thing is missing for safe, legal psychedelic experiences to become available to all: a fully funded, experienced campaigning team that will push the government to change the law. That's why we need your support.

We're in the midst of a mental health crisis. Depression is now the leading cause of disability worldwide, but existing treatments don’t work well for up to 50% of patients.

Studies suggest psychedelics could be a breakthrough therapy through their ability to work on a deep emotional as well as biological level, but the government is holding back because of tabloid-driven fear-mongering.

Yet public opinion is turning. Books on psychedelics now make the bestsellers list, and credible mainstream voices are telling a new story. A grassroots movement for change has formed through our petitions, events and Experience Retreats.

What's missing is an experienced campaigning team that will push the government to change the law. The Psychedelic Society has gathered some of the country's top creatives and campaigners. We're ready to go, all we need now is your support.

We're searching for 1000 supporters to contribute £10 a month so that our team can work at full power. 1000 people to make history and bring psychedelics back to society.

Donate today, and let’s create the compassionate and joyful world we know is possible.