Every Trust and Foundation we work with – big or small – helps us fight for better mental health. We couldn't do what we do without their support.
These are just some of our valued funders that make our work possible.
Garfield Weston Foundation
Garfield Weston Foundation has been a generous supporter of ours since 1993. Committed to the work we do, they’ve supported a wide range of our projects and services including:
- Our Infoline
- Our Local Mind Grant Fund, which helps provide a number of community services
- our Side by Side: Peer Support in your Community programme
- A joint initiative with the Anna Freud Centre to provide remote mental health support in secondary schools
We are incredibly grateful to Garfield Weston Foundation for their long standing commitment to supporting people’s mental health. They understood mental health and how it affects us all, years ago when mental health was rarely talked about. They believed in us and our fight to ensure everyone gets support and respect. They joined us on this journey and have continued to stand alongside us for an astounding 30 years. It is only thanks to partners like Garfield Weston Foundation, that we have been able to grow, learn, adapt and innovate to support millions of people.
- Paul Farmer CBE, former Mind Chief Executive
The Masonic Charitable Foundation
The Masonic Charitable Foundation donated £250,000 to support our Covid-19 Emergency Appeal. This generous unrestricted donation allowed us to:
- Build the capacity of our core services, like our Infoline and online information
- Support our network of local Minds to urgently adapt their services.
We’ve also worked together to raise mental health awareness among the 200,000 Freemasons across the country. We’ve hosted webinars about men’s mental health and involved them in our campaigns such as Time to Talk Day.
During the last year, Mind’s work has become more important than ever. I’m very pleased that Freemasons are able to support their vital work, which is helping hundreds of thousands of people with mental health issues. Our grant is an essential part of the support we’ve been giving to vulnerable people across England and Wales who are in difficulties as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Les Hutchinson, Chief Executive
The 3 Ts Charitable Trust
The 3 Ts Charitable Trust has been supporting Mind for over 4 years. Their funding has helped us respond to a huge rise in demand for our life-changing services during the pandemic.
Problems of the mind are all too easily put to the back of our minds. Mind plays an important part in correcting and addressing the very difficult challenges faced by so many. The need has never been greater than now. Hence, our support for Mind.
- Rosemary Sherwood, Trustee