for better mental health

This Christmas we're in a mental health emergency

2020 has been a year of anxiety and uncertainty and more people need us than ever before. Will you donate this Christmas and help us be there for those who need us in 2021?

Make a donation today

"The term 'hard to reach' is quite stigmatising and diminishing. If we’re hard to reach, it suggests we're the problem."

Isaac Ouro-Gnao explores the long-held myth of ‘hard to reach’ when it comes to Black people accessing mental health services.

Read Isaac's story

We can help you make choices about treatment, understand your rights or get the right support.

Information and support

When you're living with a mental health problem, having access to the right information is vital. Go to our information pages to find out more.

Find information and support

Helping someone else

It can be hard to know what to do when supporting someone with a mental health problem. Our information includes helpful advice on giving support.

Find advice

Fundraise with us

From running a marathon to hosting a crafternoon, there are many different ways you can make a difference.

Virtual Christmas Crafternoon

We've taken the nation's craftiest festive fundraiser online. Do something creative and take some time for yourself, while helping raise funds for better mental health.

Virtual fundraising

We've put together a selection of ideas for virtual fundraising that you can do from home.

Support Mind this Christmas

Send one of our Christmas cards and help us raise money for better mental health.

Do your own thing

Do good – feel great!  Whatever way you'd like to fundraise we'll support you all the way.

Other ways to get involved

Where your money goes


queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.


from every £1 we receive we spend on our charitable work.


people accessed our information in 2018/2019.

You can find out more about our work in our 2018/19 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2018/19 accounts

Support that works

Local Minds

Local Minds provide mental health services in local communities across England and Wales.

Woman sits on the side of her bed, looking at her laptop

Side by Side

Side by Side is a supportive online community where you can listen, share and be heard.

"If it wasn't for Mind I wouldn't be here now. I will never forget their part in my recovery."

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