for better mental health


As a major donor, you have the opportunity to bring about transformational change with your donation. Our team at Mind will help you make this happen. 

We build long-term relationships with exceptional individuals and families, helping them direct their wealth, skills and influence to make a lasting impact on the lives of those with mental health problems. 

Only 25% of those of us experiencing a mental health problem get the support we need each year. A significant gift to Mind will allow more people to access our vital information and support that can save lives. Your support could help us deliver counselling and peer support services through our network of local Minds, answer more calls to our three helplines or change the future for people with mental health problems through one of our campaigns.   

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Why give to Mind?

Margaret and her husband David began supporting Mind three years ago, following the death of their daughter, Anna, who lived with anorexia and depression for many years.

“We wanted to help support an organisation that is an expert in all aspects of mental health. Mind fitted the criteria of being well-run. It has a good reputation. In a small way, we’re making a difference to the stigma associated with mental illness. It has helped our grief by openly committing to Mind.”

The Ellerdale Trust award grants to local charities in the UK, but have also been supporting Mind for 14 years.

“We are moved and motivated to support Mind because of the national impact they have on stigma, raising awareness of mental health in general, and their ability to influence governmental policies and budgets. We are always impressed with the very clear vision of what Mind wants to accomplish.”

Please get in touch

If you believe passionately in creating change for people experience mental health problems, we would love to work with you. To find out more about our current funding needs and how your support could make a difference, please e-mail our Philanthropy Team ([email protected]) or call us on 0208 215 2299

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