Royal Mail launches new film with its charity partners
16th January 2018
Royal Mail has launched a special film entitled “Everyday People” as part of its programme of work to increase awareness and break down stigma relateed to mental health in the workplace and UK communities, with the help of a Boxing Poet Laureate.
Pizza Hut Restaurants take to the skies for Mental Health UK!
31st July 2017
On 11th July 2017, six very brave individuals from Pizza Hut Restaurants head office took part in a 30,000 ft skydive, all in aid of charity. Pizza Hut Restaurants have been proudly supporting Mental Health UK for just over a year, with a goal of raising awareness of mental health in the work place, helping to change attitudes, so that anyone feels able to ask for support if they need it.
Mental Health UK partners with Royal Mail
16th June 2017
Today marks the launch of a partnership between Mental Health UK and Royal Mail. Over the next three years Royal Mail will work with three charities as part of a strategic commitment to mental well-being.
Great start to our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group
14th June 2017
On 16 January, Mental Health UK, which brings together Rethink Mental Illness with partner charities in Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, launched a new two year partnership with Lloyds Banking Group following their colleague vote.
Lloyds Banking Group colleagues donate their time to help Rethink Mental Illness
18th May 2017
During Mental Health Awareness Week (8-14 May) Lloyds Banking Group colleagues volunteered at Rethink Mental Illlness service centres across the Midlands as part of their charity partnership with Mental Health UK.
Lloyds Banking Group joins forces with Mental Health UK
13th January 2017
Lloyds Banking Group joins forces with Mental Health UK to develop pioneering Mental Health and Money Advice Service
Mental Health UK partners with Pizza Hut Restaurants
31st August 2016
We are very proud to announce a new partnership with Pizza Hut Restaurants across the UK.
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