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Record breaking 200K to be raised for mental health by 160 marathon runners | in News Story
More runners than ever are running the Flora London Marathon on 26 April for leading mental health charity Mind.
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Running with Miriam in mind | in News Story
This Sunday, 32 friends from Tyne Tees will be running the Great North Run in memory of their friend Miriam Ogden, who tragically took her own life last year.
Involve your company | in Get involved
We have the know-how to create a partnership that meets your aims.
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Payroll giving | in Other ways to give
By giving from your salary each payday, your regular donations are so valuable because they help us budget effectively and plan ahead.
- Employee fundraising | in Involve your company
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Donating shares | in Other ways to give
Twelve million people in the UK own shares, with a combined value of £200 billion. If only a tiny fraction of these were donated to charity, imagine what a difference it could make.
- How to donate shares | in Donating shares
- Shares FAQ | in Donating shares
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Making a will | in Gifts in Wills
If you want to make sure your loved ones are properly provided for after your death it's essential that you have a legally valid Will.
- Choose your jump! | in Active challenges
Mind to benefit from Joy Division tribute gig led by Peter Hook | in News Story
The Joy Division and New Order bassist has organised the concert in commemoration of Ian Curtis.
Davey Graham Guitar Auction | in News Story
Mind receives over £2K after a guitar belonging to the late Davey Graham was auctioned.
Get physical | in Blog Post
Is watching the World Cup the most physical activity you have planned this weekend? Men's Health Week urges men to get moving.
In praise of day centres | in Blog Post
Guest blogger Marion Janner overcomes her day centre discrimination.
Local charity hero | in Blog Post
Mind shops' Young Volunteer of the Year.
- Royal Parks Foundation half marathon | in Run for Mind
Minding our community | in News Story
Our local Mind association grant fund supports vital projects in communities across England and Wales.
Training diary | in Blog Post
Our chief executive is lacing up his trainers to run for Mind on World Mental Health Day. We don't think Team GB has anything to fear.
A ludicrous idea | in Blog Post
When a friend of mine suggested that I ought to look at joining a gym I could not think of anything I would be less likely to do.
Emergency Cumbria appeal | in Donate now
Emergency appeal to help support Mind in West Cumbria provided services for their local community, in the light of recent tragic events in the area.
Jump for Mind - Jenny's story | in Blog Post
I was planning a sky dive with colleagues as a personal challenge and fundraising exercise and after my mum died I decided to organise a jump for Mind.
It's time to get moving | in Blog Post
Mind's Chief Executive is joining the largest running team in Mind's history at the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon on World Mental Health Day.
Pop band Ou est le swimming pool hold Chazzstock in aid of Mind | in News Story
A gig is being held in lead singer's honour at Koko in Camden, with funds donated to Mind.
Bev Callard: my battle with depression | in News Story
The Coronation Street star opens up about her experience of depression.
Why bikes beat the Eurostar | in Blog Post
Mind's Media Officer signed up for a sponsored bike ride to Paris a few months ago, having not cycled for ten years. She tells us why it was one of the best experiences of her life...
World triple jump champion asks Londoners to jump to it and ‘Get Moving’ this weekend | in News Story
Phillips Idowu is calling for Londoners to join him on Sunday as he does his bit to help stamp out mental health stigma for World Mental Health Day and help launch Time to Get Moving week.
Getting moving | in Blog Post
Time to Get Moving week kicks off on Saturday, with hundreds of events across England. Here, Andy writes about his inspiration for getting moving, and the impact it's made on his life.
Not just a girl's disease... | in Blog Post
Mark speaks about his experiences with anorexia nervosa for Eating Disorders Awareness Week and for Mind's new report on men and mental health.
London man takes on epic challenge with doubled-up London Marathon | in News Story
For most people, the London Marathon is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to run 26 miles. For 34-year-old Londoner Robin Harvie, that is simply not challenging enough.
England international backs Mind’s Giving in Memory scheme | in News Story
Manchester City and England winger Adam Johnson, who lost his best friend to suicide last year, supports Mind's in memory giving. (Press release)
Why MoneySupermarket ran for Mind | in Blog Post
Clare blogs about supporting Mind in memory of her husband, Mark Hanson: "The support I’ve received over the last seven months has been incredible."
I love quizzes, don’t you? | in Blog Post
Karen blogs about a pub quiz she organised to support Mind.
London Marathon: Charlie's story | in Blog Post
Charlie Watson is running the London marathon for Mind in memory of her friend Vic.
- Connections | in Appeal
Cycle of recovery | in Blog Post
Graeme blogs about how he is fulfilling his dream of cycling the entire coast of the UK, raising money and awareness along the way.
A big man. A gentle man. | in Blog Post
Carl is taking part in the Great North Run as a tribute to his Uncle Jim, an army veteran who served as a 19-year-old in the Falklands War and recently took his own life.
26.2 reasons why I run | in Blog Post
This Sunday, Liz will run the London Marathon in memory of her mum, who took her own life 12 years ago. Here, she celebrates all those who've been by her side as she prepares for the challenge.
A marathon for dad | in Blog Post
Despite only recently recovering from an ankle injury, Kate will be running the London Marathon today in memory of her dad. Here, she blogs about her journey to the starting line.
Mind launches two-year charity partnership with London Wasps | in News Story
Mind is delighted to today announce that it will become the Official Charity Partner of London Wasps rugby club for the next two years.
Hearts and minds - cycling Nightrider for Mind | in Blog Post
Jon blogs about cycling 100km through London in the dark and thanks everyone who has supported his fundraising.
Reaching new heights | in Blog Post
Last weekend (Saturday 2 June), I did something, people who know me well thought it was; well, a little "out of character".
That's one small step for Mind. | in Blog Post
Angela blogs on taking up the 10,000 steps challenge: "I’m in no way sporty, but this just encouraged me to walk or cycle a little bit more each day."
Breaking through the pain barrier | in Blog Post
Carl’s goal is to complete the Great North Run in memory of his Uncle Jim. Running isn’t Carl’s favourite pastime, but it’s getting easier and his goal keeps him going.
Liz - my inspirational sister | in Blog Post
Liz fought hard to overcome anorexia and depression. She used her own experiences to help people dealing with similar problems. Now her sister Rachel is taking on the Three Peaks challenge in her memory.
Olympic torch to be auctioned for Mind | in News Story
Verity Westgate, Olympic torch runner in Kidlington (Oxfordshire), will auction her torch to raise money for Mind. Verity has supported Mind since the death of her close friend Emily, who tragically took her own life in 2006.
- We're Mind | in Get involved
How sport helped keep me well | in Blog Post
Torch runner Verity ran through Kidlington last month and sold the torch to raise money for Mind. She talks about how sport can be a great way of keeping well.
Exercise turned out to be just what I needed | in Blog Post
Harriet blogs on how an almost unconscious decision to take on a massive sporting challenge turned out to be a really positive and energising decision.
Well done Phillips | in News Story
Well done to Phillips Idowu for his triple jump action this morning. We're really sad he didn't make it through to the final but we want to thank him for being such a fantastic ambassador for us this summer!
London Wasps and Mind launch charity partnership | in News Story
London Wasps and leading mental health charity, Mind, have today launched a new two-year partnership as new research shows the importance of the sporting community being open about mental health.
Mind over mountain | in Blog Post
Maria from our fundraising team blogs about her experience of taking on the epic Three Peaks Challenge! Find out how she got on...
From High Street blunders to charity wonders | in Blog Post
Jade is a charity shop convert, so much so that she has set up her own fantastic Fair Fashion Fair pop up shop, where she will be raising money for Mind this weekend. Here's how it all started...
Walk a mile in my shoes | in Blog Post
Last year Chris set out on an epic walk around Britain to raise money for charity and to prove that, despite what you sometimes read in the papers, people still care.
Guestbook Signed by Stars of Edinburgh Fringe 2012 Auctioned for Mind | in News Story
100 of the top acts from Edinburgh Fringe 2012 have contributed to a 'Guestbook' being auctioned to raise funds for Mind
Volunteering for Mind | in Blog Post
Stephanie blogs for us about her experience of volunteering for Mind. She talks about what the day meant to her and how she felt about making a difference.
Merry Mockmas | in Blog Post
Maria from Mind blogs about why, for many people, Christmas is not a season of good cheer and has some ideas for festive fundraising that involve dressing up in the worst possible taste.
Why the Mind Infoline is needed more than ever this Christmas | in Blog Post
Charlotte, one of our Mind infoline advisors, knows how Christmas may not always be a time to celebrate.
The spirit of Christmas past | in Blog Post
Amy outlines how painful Christmas was for her one year. She didn't have anyone to talk to about the utter despair she was trying to get through.
Depression doesn’t stop for the Christmas holidays | in Blog Post
When Amy was depressed, she tried to battle through Christmas alone. Thanks to her friends, she reached out for help. Hopefully this Christmas may be easier.
When everything changed | in Blog Post
Terry shares his story of how major depression and panic disorder changed his life, and how he's using fundraising as part of his treatment.
Creating a memory space for my husband | in Blog Post
Alli blogs for us about creating a memory space for her husband, after he sadly took his own life in May 2012.
Walking the three peaks challenge for Mind | in Blog Post
Matt blogs for us today about why he's decided to take on the epic Three Peaks Challenge for Mind.
Marathon day aftermath | in Blog Post
Matt blogs about how he felt after running the London marathon for Mind: "I've just had one of the best days of my life!"
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