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Philanthropy

As a major donor, you have the opportunity to bring about transformational change. Together, we can make a huge difference for people with mental health problems by harnessing your wealth, skills or influence.

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"It takes me ages to actually get words out and tell people how I feel. Here, I can write forever and just pour it out. The love and support from everyone is amazing."

-  Sally, Side by Side user

For every £1 Mind receives, 88p goes directly towards helping people like Sally who live with a mental health problem.

We would be delighted to work with you to find an area of our vital work that you're particularly passionate about supporting.

Here are some examples of our work that currently need funding:

"This is one of is one of the greatest crises that we will all live through in our lifetimes. That’s why it’s a moment for us to step up, all of us that can, and support and contribute in any way we can. Because if not now... when?”

- Sir Paul Marshall, Mind supporter and Co-Founder and Chairman of Marshall Wace LLP

Jen and Steph, who helped to shape our Peer Support event, 2019

Mind's President Stephen Fry at a virtual Philanthropy event, 2020

Unique vinyl auctions at Mind's Secret 7 event, 2018

What our Philanthropists say:

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.”

If you believe passionately in creating change for people experiencing 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 email our Philanthropy Team on [email protected] or call us on 0208 215 2299.

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