Skipton Building Society
One of the UK’s largest building societies, Skipton Building Society has been helping people find a good place for their money since 1853. In 2022 they were rated the 2nd best company to work for in the UK, and the mental health of their employees is a top priority for the organisation.
Over 1 million customers
Banking and finance
87 UK branches
“We partnered with Mental Health UK in January 2020. Since then, we’ve worked together to help raise awareness, learn more about mental health and explore how we can better support our colleagues, our customers and our communities. We’re proud to partner with such a vital charity whose wide range of knowledge, expertise and support options help thousands of people every year."
Work with us
Mental Health UK work with a variety of orgnisations across sectors including retail, construction and finance. Wherever you are on your journey toward supporting better mental health, we have the tools to help you.
Find out more about our latest charity partnerships
Pizza Hut Restaurants
Pizza Hut Restaurants (PHR) are among the first names you think about when it comes to eating out with family and friends. Known throughout the country, they are synonymous with great pizza and fun with loved ones. They have paved the way for both their customers and staff to be more aware and talk frankly about mental health, engaging their 800+ colleagues across 150+ restaurants to support our vital work.
Aldi is the UK’s 5th largest supermarket chain with 975 stores. They believe all people, wherever they live should have the opportunity to buy everyday groceries of the highest quality at the lowest possible price. Aldi was keen to work with a charity partner to help them support their people and promote better mental health in their workplace.
Cult Beauty’s mission is to be the world’s most trusted beauty retailer. They want the people who work for, partner with and buy from Cult Beauty to know that they’re committed to making the beauty space more transparent. By partnering with Mental Health UK until 2024, they’re helping us to myth-bust common mental health stigmas and are supporting the development of vital new content on mental health topics that will support different communities across the nation.