Mind is now asking Superdrug customers and colleagues to have their say on who to support, and to vote for Mind, to support the one in four of us who will experience a mental health problem every year.
With the support of Superdrug’s staff and customers we’ll raise vital funds to help us be there for anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Mind is now urging people to vote, choosing Mind, so they can be there for anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
You can vote from now until Monday 21 August on Superdrug’s Facebook page.
Paul Farmer, CEO of Mind, said: “We’re delighted to be in the running to be Superdrug’s Charity of the Year. Their support will mean that Mind can continue providing vital services, like our Infoline, so people can make their own choices and access the treatment and support that is right for them. This partnership will help us make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone, so please, vote for Mind.”
Mind work in partnership with SAMH in Scotland and Inspire in Northern Ireland.