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Dunelm, the UK’s leading homewares retailer, is delivering joy this Christmas in partnership with Mind

Christmas can be difficult for any of us, at any point in our lives. It’s a time of year that often puts extra pressure on us and can affect our mental health in lots of different ways. From worries about managing money, to experiencing feelings of loneliness.

You might be struggling this year for the first time. Or, you may have found Christmas difficult in the past, and you're dreading it again this year. We want to make sure everyone gets the support they need with their mental health this festive season.

For the third Christmas in a row, Dunelm is Delivering Joy to people in local communities, partnering with schools, care homes and refuges. Through partnering with Mind, SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) and Inspire Wellbeing, they're also supporting the mental health of people across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Help Dunelm in their mission and donate what you can today. With your support you can help us be there for everyone who needs us this winter.

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“Christmas is never the best time for people like me, who are on their own at this time of year. But knowing you are there is a massive help. Thank you.”

Where does the money go?


queries answered by our helplines in 2022-2023


from every £1 we spend on supporting people with mental health problems

23.3 m

times someone accessed our mental health information in 2022 - 2023

100% of donations go to Mind (the National Association for Mental Health) (registered charity no. 219830) and its partner charities.

8% of this will go to SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) (charity no. SC-008897), and 3% will go to Inspire Wellbeing (charity no. 103470).

"I’d felt trapped in a box, now I was able to feel more. Mind helped me feel I wasn’t alone. "

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Looking for other ways to support Mind?

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.

See how else you could support Mind

Where to get support over Christmas

We have lots of more tips for how to look after your mental health during festive seasons.

Go to our Christmas coping tips

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