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Corporate partnerships at Mind

Join the fight for mental health.

A partnership with Mind demonstrates your company’s commitment to better mental health for everyone.

As well as raising vital funds to support our services and programmes, we will always aim to raise mental health awareness and combat stigma amongst your colleagues and audiences - furthering workplace wellbeing initiatives and creating a powerful lasting legacy.

We’re proud of our bold new strategy. Take a look to see where we're headed and what we aim to achieve in the future.

Use the links below to learn more about corporate partnerships at Mind (including how to get in touch) and get inspiration for how we can work together to fight for mental health. For support. For respect. For you.

Why work with Mind

  • Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales

  • We are the experts in mental health and our award-winning partnerships team will support you at every step

  • Mind is the most recognised and loved brand in mental health in the UK*

  • We provide integrated partnerships that have an impact now and create a lasting legacy for Mind and our partners

*Savanta: The 100 Most Loved Charity Brands 2021; YouGov: Charity Brand Index 2020

Contact our team

Do you think your company could be the perfect fit for a partnership with Mind?

Get in touch about a staff fundraising partnership with Mind

Get in touch about a brand partnership with Mind

Please allow up to 10 working days for us to respond.

Other ways to get involved

One of Mind's five organisational values is 'Together: we are stronger in partnership' and Mind is working in partnership with an expanding number and variety of organisations, in order to help achieve our vision. We are increasingly looking to companies to develop partnerships that deliver income, strategic, and pro bono support for Mind whilst helping our partners meet their corporate social responsibility objectives whilst engaging employees and/or customers.

Before entering into any kind of partnership with a company, Mind needs to consider whether the nature of the business of a company is in conflict with our mission/values; or could impact negatively on perceptions of our independence; or could impact negatively on perceptions of our commitment to our mission/values. Our approach to working with the business community needs to be constructive and collaborative whilst sensitive to these points. See our guidelines for working with corporate partners here.

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