Category: Charity Partnerships

Mental Health UK partner with ITN Business to discuss “The future of work: people, culture and tech”

17th June 2024

Mental Health UK are delighted to be partnering with ITN Business as part of their programme looking at the “Future of Work”. The programme showcases how professionals can stay ahead of the curve and adapt to the latest developments across the employment field.

How Dune London are making mental health a priority in their workplace

25th October 2023

Dune London has been a valued partner of Mental Health UK since 2022. Since our partnership, the organisation has made strives to promote better wellbeing across their organisation, from their offices to their shop floors. Dune tells exactly what steps they’ve been taking to ensure good mental health is a priority.

“I found it liberating to talk about my mental health with others.” – Keith’s experience at men’s ‘walk and talk’ group

12th October 2023

Men are statistically less likely to talk about mental health. Initiatives such as Bank of America’s ‘walk and talk’ group are aiming to change this. We caught up with a colleague from the bank, Keith, about his experience participating in a recent walk, and how this has positively impacted his wellbeing and supported him to open up more.

Cult Beauty enable better mental health support for people in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities

11th October 2023

Our partner Cult Beauty has been supporting our charity for over a year now, and we caught up with them this Black History Month to hear more about the difference they’ve made so far, their interest in supporting people from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic communities and what they hope to achieve in the future together in partnership.

Dune London takes to the sky to support Mental Health UK

5th October 2023

Colleagues from our partner at Dune London have been raising funds for Mental Health UK in a unique and exhilarating way, by skydiving. We caught up with some of the skydivers to hear how their experience went, from gathering donations to how it felt moments before the big event itself.

New service launched to support people living with mental health conditions back into work

17th August 2023

Thanks to our ongoing partnership with Bank of America, we are delivering a new service called Into Work in London, Kent and North Wales, supporting people to make positive change and enter employment.

A helping hand – the impact of our Community Mental Health Navigation Pilot Programme

20th July 2023

A new report highlights how our new model of community-based support for people living with mental illness has better met their non-clinical needs and improved engagement in and maintenance of positive health behaviours.

‘Walk and talk’ men’s group is helping men to open up about mental health

12th June 2023

Colleagues at Bank of America in Chester have formed a new walking and talking group to help men to open up about their mental health. With 40% of men estimated to not talk about their mental health with another person, the group is pioneering the way for encouraging more conversations and raising money for Mental Health UK whilst doing so.

How exercising through cycling helped me to manage my anxiety

12th May 2023

Anxiety can present itself in many different ways for us all, and we have different ways of coping with symptoms and managing our mental health. We spoke to Josh and Mellissa, who told us their unique experiences with anxiety and poor mental health, and how exercise and cycling helped them both to improve their mood and ease feelings of anxiety.

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