Corporate Partnerships Account Manager
I work as part of the fundraising team, where I develop relationships with small, medium and large companies to build long-term partnerships that help us to work strategically through company donations, matched funding, staff fundraising, payroll giving, pro-bono and Gift Kind...
Every woman’s experience of the menopause will be different. Your changing hormones can affect your physical, emotional and mental health.
Salary: £40,000 rising to £46,000 plus £3,285 London Weighting
Deadline: Sunday 17 October 2021
The Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Programme Manager to manage our Becoming a Man (BAM) Programme. This is a fixed term role to August 2023. Starting salary £40,000 rising to £46,000 plus £3,285 London Weighting The Mental Health Foundation is the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health. We are home to Mental Health Awareness Week and, with prevention at the heart of what we do, we aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. Our focus is on three key areas: 1 Impact We systematically consider how to scale...
Mental Health Foundation fights isolation and loneliness with art, tablet devices and Zoom29 September 2021,
The Foundation is giving participants a new tablet device, tailored training, ongoing support and unlimited data for three months.
Tackling digital exclusion in older people30 September 2021, Jolie Goodman
Poor mental health doesn't have to be an inevitable part of aging - tackling digital exclusion can help older people participate fully in society and feel less isolated.
Groundbreaking study combines expert views, research evidence and public opinion to generate new mental health advice1 October 2021,
Spending time in green spaces, getting better sleep and avoiding illicit drugs are among the recommendations of an innovative new study by the Mental Health Foundation. It identifies how people can protect their mental health using methods that are both evidence-based and publicly acceptable.
Covid Response Programme
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the mental health of people all over the country but people who already experience inequality have been far more adversely affected. That’s why we’re investing in the Covid Response Programme to deliver targeted support for lone parents, refugees, people from Black and minority ethnic communities, and people living with long term health conditions.