Be part of a powerful movement.
Fight to improve the mental health system.
Make positive changes to people's experiences.
How to become a Mind campaigner
Becoming a campaigner for Mind is easy. Just click on the link below, and you'll be taken to a short webform. Fill out a few details, and that's it!
When you sign up, you can choose how you'd like to hear from us. You can choose to hear about what campaigns we have running, our fundraising events, or opportunities to shape our work.
Why become a campaigner?
To make the change we want to see, we often need to influence people in power. In England and Wales, that means people in the UK parliament and the Senedd Cymru.
As a campaigner, you might:
- Email your MP
- Sign petitions
- Share your story with other campaigners and the public
- Help decide what we campaigning on
Watch the video below to learn more about what it's like to be a Mind campaigner.
“I love the fact that campaigning actually leads to results.”
- Ebony, Mind campaigner
What issues does Mind campaign on?
We run lots of campaigns on different topics related to mental health. You could campaign on something you feel passionate about, or you've had personal experience of. Or, you could help with a campaign you know less about.
Whatever you campaign on, we'll support you to speak out, and help fight your corner.
Improving mental health hospitals
Often, the care people get in mental health hospitals isn't good enough. Our campaign, Raise the Standard, is fighting to make inpatient care better for everyone.
Funding early support hubs
Our #FundTheHubs campaign is calling on the government to fund support hubs for young people across England. So they have somewhere to go, before they hit crisis point.
Moving from child to adult services
Young people have the right to mental health support, whatever their age. But the move from child to adult services is leaving many abandoned, isolated, and ignored.