The coronavirus pandemic left a deep scar on the mental health of millions across England and Wales. The terrible loss of life, impact of lockdown and unprecedented isolation left many struggling to cope.
Devastating racial inequities were exposed. People who were already experiencing mental health problems struggled more than ever.
But as the world around us became unrecognisable, the Mind community fought like never before. We made sure the pandemic's impact on mental health was not ignored. And did everything in our power to help.
What is an annual review?
Every year, charities in England and Wales send an annual return to the Charity Commission. This annual review must explain the charity's purpose and what it's done that year to further that purpose.
Here are some the things we're proud of from 2020 and 2021. You can find out more by reading our full annual review.
We gave advice and support to people experiencing a mental health problem.
We campaigned to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Mind's President is Stephen Fry. He is our figurehead and our leading ambassador - promoting our causes and advocating on our behalf.
Mind is governed by a board of trustees, known as the Council of Management, made up of 16 people drawn from Mind's membership and our network of local Minds.
Mind's Senior Management team have overall corporate responsibility for Mind's strategy, leadership, management and organisation performance.