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Lloyds Banking Group extend charity partnership with Mental Health UK

9th October 2019

Mental Health UK and Lloyds Banking Group have today announced an extension to their charity partnership for another two years.

Pedal the premiership

25th September 2019

A Wasps supporter and ex-rugby player who brought himself back from the brink of suicide twice is cycling to every top-flight rugby union stadium to raise awareness of men’s mental health.

Lloyds Banking Group are named in the Fortune Change the World list 2019.

21st August 2019

Lloyds Banking Group have been named by US magazine Fortune as one of the leading 52 businesses using their creative tools to help tackle society’s needs in 2019. The Group is the leading financial services and the second-highest UK based firm.

Mental Health UK chosen as charity partner for This Can Happen

6th August 2019

In 2018 we were selected to be charity partners for the first This Can Happen event. We are excited to continue with our role as partner for 2019.

Our initial response to the FCA’s consultation on fair treatment of vulnerable customers

23rd July 2019

Our initial response to the FCA’s consultation on fair treatment of vulnerable customers

Mental Health & Money Advice Year One Impact Report

12th July 2019

Mental Health UK presented The Mental Health and Money Problems Seminar, which saw the launch of the Year One Impact Report of Mental Health and Money Advice.

Should I start therapy and will it help me?

1st July 2019

Dr Sheri Jacobson, the creator of therapy booking platform harleytherapy.com and presenter of podcast Therapy Lab, provides her expert tips and advice if you're thinking about starting therapy.

Partnering with PureGym

27th June 2019

June saw a truly unique event being brought to life thanks to the incredible energy and efforts of the whole PureGym team. Read Katie Legg, Director of Strategy and Partnerships at Mental Health UK, reflections on our partnership with PureGym.

Let’s Talk – Using photography to talk about mental health

24th June 2019

Can photography support mental health? The Photography Movement believes it can. In collaboration with photographer Charlie Clift and the ‘Let’s Talk’ campaign, they are enabling conversations around mental health through the medium of photography.

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