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"So many young people are living with mental health problems and suffering in silence."
Our children are facing a mental health crisis. Young people are facing huge amounts of pressure from so many different parts of their lives, and too many of them have nobody to turn to.
We're determined to stop more young people from reaching crisis point. That's why we need your help right now. Your Christmas gift could help us expand our work in schools, and help teachers, parents and students to look after their mental health.
£20 could pay for targeted mental health support, including support groups and workshops for children and young people.
£40 could help us train teachers and school support staff to look after their own mental health.
£50 could help us support Mind's campaigning work, and push the government to improve support services for our children.
£100 could help us take Mind's Whole School Approach into more schools - and meet our target of helping 126,000 teachers and parents by 2022.
queries answered by our helplines in 2016/17.
from every £1 we receive we spend on our charitable work.
people accessed our information in 2016/2017
"Mind's information gave me hope."
"Mental health doesn't seem like a priority right now, but it should be. Mind's work is really important."
People support Mind in a number of different ways. Whether it’s donating goods to our shops or giving through payroll, there are many ways you can support anyone with a mental health problem.