We're sorry to confirm that our shops are now closed temporarily to help keep us all safe during the coronavirus outbreak. When the time is right, we look forward to welcoming you back in.
Unfortunately, we can't accept your donations during this time. We ask kindly that you don't leave any donations outside of the shops as we won't be able to collect them. Why not use this time to clear out your cupboards and bag up your pre-loved items, ready for drop off at your local Mind shop when the time is right?
Many of you will be worrying about coronavirus and how it might affect your lives. We are here to support you. Our information provides advice on how to look after your mental health during this period.
You can find our shops in more than 170 communities around England and Wales, selling high quality items mostly donated by you.
The money raised from our sales helps to support people in your local community through national campaigning, providing information and support through our helplines, website and publications, as well as your local Mind. We rely on your generosity to fund the important work we do.
Ever wondered what it's like to volunteer in a Mind shop?
We went out to speak to some of our brilliant volunteers to get their thoughts on the Mind volunteer experience.
A fixture on our high streets since 1961, Mind shops are supported by our amazing volunteers. They're a dedicated bunch, who help us make sure that everyone with a mental health problem has somehwere to turn for advice and support.
There's no need for volunteering to be a big, time-consuming commitment either - even an hour a week could make a huge difference. By joining one of our teams you'll get the opportunity to learn new skills, gain qualifications, make new friends and build your confidence too.
Whether it's sorting and pricing clothes, making sales or getting creative on the shop floor, there's plenty to help out with. Our volunteers also benefit from:
All of our shops will be pleased to accept clothing, accessories, books, records, DVDs, CDs, homewear, linens and children's games and toys.
We also have Mind furniture shops in Alvaston, Kings Heath, Hinckley and Syston which take donations of electrical goods, furniture and white goods.
Find your nearest shop in the map below, and drop your donations off during opening hours. Some of our shops also offer a collection service, so give them a call if you're not able to get to your local shop in person.
If you are a UK tax payer, you can make your donations worth 25% more to us at no extra cost to you. Simply fill in a Gift Aid form in one of our shops when you make your donation. This allows us to claim back the tax you have paid on your donation and is really valuable to us.
To find your nearest Mind, enter your postcode or town in the box below.
If your town search is not returning results this may be because of a Google Map issue. If so, please zoom in on the map (click on the small + in the bottom right) to search for Local Minds that way.