Charity of the Year Partnership
By choosing Mind as your Charity of the Year you could combine a company donation with staff fundraising and volunteering which builds a tremendous sense of team spirit. Your team's efforts could support a general donation to our work or a specific project that meets both your company's and Mind's objectives.
Partnering with Mind - what we offer
- Branding - Extensive brand exposure to our shared audiences - our website currently receives over 3.6 million visits annually and over the last year we have nearly doubled our Facebook community and our Twitter followers have increased four fold.
- PR - Support from our dedicated press team maximising exposure of our partnership in the media.
- Profile - Your company will be seen to be supporting Mind at a time when mental health is increasingly on the public's agenda, improving your brand reputation and giving you market differentiation.
- Networking - We offer staff places at events we run throughout the year, including the celebrity attended Mind Media Awards.
Making a difference
- £5,000 could fund a local Mind project such as the establishment of a support group for people affected by anxiety, depression and bereavement.
- £10,000 could fund a brand new publication. Mind's award-winning publications are accessed by thousands each year via our website, infoline and publications department.
- £30,000 will pay for an additional Mind Infoline worker to help respond to the 50,000+ calls we receive a year from people in need of information and support.
In addition to supporting us with much-needed funding, your company could also participate in the Mind CSR programme run by Hammersmith and Fulham Mind. Download the brochure (PDF) to find out more.
If you are interested in partnering with us, please read our guidelines for corporate partners.
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