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Student fundraising

Fundraising on campus can be a powerful way of bringing attention to the issues surrounding student mental health, while at the same time raising vital funds for Mind. 

Did you know?

  • 2 out of 3 students feel down at some point during their studies.
  • Over 50% of students don't feel comfortable admitting they're not coping to someone else.
  • 1 in 8 students experience suicidal feelings at university.
  • 20% of higher education students consider themselves to have a mental health problem.

We're here to support you

We want to support you and your fundraising as we reduce the stigma and make sure that no one feels alone when living with a mental health problem.

If you have any questions, you can email the team at [email protected], or if you know what fundraising event you want to do for us, you can register for a fundraising pack below.

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Register to get your fundraising pack

Are you an amazing individual, RAG, club or society looking to support Mind with your own event?

Register with us and we'll send you a digital fundraising welcome pack.

It's a handy starting point, full of advice, from planning a successful fundraising event to publicising your efforts. And it includes lots of inspiration from other fundraisers!

Find out how to:

  • set up an online fundraising page
  • supercharge your fundraising
  • shine on social media.

Register for your fundraising pack

Are you a school fundraiser looking for support?

We would love your support. Please register as a school fundraiser and we will send you a fundraising welcome pack in 10-14 days. 

Our student mental health hub

Adjusting to student life can be tough.

You might be getting used to a new living situation, or moving away from home for the first time. Maybe you're nervous about starting your course and making new friends. Or are you worried about the impact coronavirus is having on your student experience?

For detailed information, tools, tips, videos and blogs about mental health and student life, please visit our student mental health hub.

Visit our student mental health hub

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