By partnering with us you can help improve the lives of everyone affected by poor mental health.
Our charitable partners are key to helping us raise funds, reach large audiences and change the picture for people affected by mental illness. Our partnerships aim to build an understanding of mental health in the workplace, and we encourage participation in volunteering and fundraising activities linked to mental health.
If your company supports charities in this way, please nominate us as your Charity of the Year.
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New mental health information guide
We created an information guide helping people identify signs of mental health problems and where to seek help. It was distributed to over 5000 GP surgeries and to over 400,000 university students in 2018 alone.
Mental Health and Money Advice
The first UK-wide advice service dedicated to supporting people affected by mental health and money problems. Since its launch in 2017 clients of the service are over £2 million better off.
Peer support groups
Opened 40 new support groups across the UK, impacting hundreds of people, their friends, family and carers. Support groups give people living with mental health problems to share similar experiences in a safe space.
Get The Inside Out
With Lloyds Banking Group we ran an innovative TV campaign to encourage discussions about mental health. It featured celebrities, colleagues and members of the public using #GetTheInsideOut.
Lloyds Banking Group
Our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group has allowed us to expand our services and reach thousands more people living with mental health problems. We have worked closely with them to engage colleagues in our cause.