Our major campaigns work is focused around Mental Health Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day.
World Mental Health Day 2021
This year's theme for World Mental Health Day is 'Mental Health in an Unequal World'. We will explore this theme as well as running our annual green ribbon campaign on 10 October.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2022
Mental Health Awareness Week, lead by the Mental Health Foundation, will take place 9-15 May 2022 on the topic of Loneliness.
We look at the link between nature and mental health - why it matters, how we can all connect more and how some people are experiencing the benefits.
Thriving With Nature
The Mental Health Foundation and WWF have joined forces to bring you Thriving With Nature; a free guidebook which explores the relationship between nature, wellbeing and mental health.
Body image campaign
Learn more about our campaign work on body image - how we think and feel about our bodies.
Unlock Loneliness campaign
Learn about our Unlock Loneliness campaign which aims to address loneliness in young people through tips and policy recommendations.
Mental health in schools: Make it Count
Our new campaign calling for mental health to be at the heart of what children learn in schools, because mental health is not extracurricular.