Recognising the scale of the mental health crisis might be the very thing that brings about its solution31 July 2017,
We need to stop assuming that good mental health throughout a lifetime is the norm, argues James Harris.
Our response to government announcement to boost mental health staff numbers31 July 2017,
The Foundation's Isabella Goldie responds to the government's announcement to recruit thousands more mental health nurses.
Events & Community Fundraising Manager
Megan is the Events and Community Fundraising Manager at the Mental Health Foundation. She manages our challenge events fundraising programme, including the London Marathon, and oversees our flagship fundraiser, Tea & Talk.
Megan began fundraising when she was seven, winning the...
Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive
Mary is the Executive Assistant to Jenny Edwards, our Chief Executive.
Mary is responsible for ensuring the smooth-running of the Chief Executive's office, from looking after Jenny’s schedule, liaising with stakeholders and contacts, drafting letters and presentations to...
What is the value of peer support?
Experts explain what peer support can offer, and why it should be rolled out more widely.
The Rotherhithe Babes
Find out about the Rotherhithe Babes - a group of women who attend our Standing Together project.
Motherhood, friendship and mental health: Tips from those in the know4 August 2017, Rachael Hood
Rachael Hood chats to four new mums about the importance of friendship for their mental health.
External Relations Assistant, Scotland
Durga is the External Relations Assistant for the Mental Health Foundation in Scotland.
Durga's responsibilities include providing support for external events and assisting in the day-to-day work of the Foundation in Scotland.
She has a LL.B (Hons) and Diploma in...
Download your Tea & Talk fundraising kit
group.JPG Join us for Tea & Talk this World Mental Health Day, on 10 October. Spending time with others, listening, chatting and laughing, is one of the best things you can do for good mental health. Hold a Tea & Talk this year, get together with friends, have a chat and start fundraising. You’ll be making a real difference to everyone’s mental health, including those around you. By providing us with your details you consent to the Mental Health Foundation contacting you about Tea & Talk, related fundraising activities and the work of the Foundation. If you would rather we didn’t...