Partner with us for Mental Health Awareness Week 2024

Support the UK's biggest mental health awareness campaign

We're looking for partners and other organisations to join us in making this year's Mental Health Awareness Week the biggest yet.

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 is "Movement: Moving more for mental health". This year, it takes place from 13 to 19 May. 

During Mental Heath Awareness Week 2024, we aim to improve public understanding of mental health and will be sharing advice on some of the things that can help prevent poor mental health.

We will also be using the week to keep up the demand for change - to make sure that improving mental health is a key priority for the government and our society.

Mental Health Awareness Week

How you can get involved

If you would like to get involved in Mental Health Awareness Week 2024, please contact us.


We are offering companies partnership opportunities for Mental Health Awareness Week, allowing you to receive direct brand association with the largest mental health campaign in the UK.

A range of benefits are available, including co-branding opportunities across a range of online and offline campaign resources, as well as evidence-based resources for both your employees and your customers.

If you would like to discuss partnership opportunities, please email our team to find out more: [email protected] .

About Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event where the whole of the UK comes together to focus on achieving good mental health. The week aims to tackle stigma and provide people with the information and tools to understand and prioritise their own mental health.

The Mental Health Foundation set up the event 23 years ago and we remain the home of Mental Health Awareness Week. Each year we set the dates and theme, and coordinate activities for the week. The week has grown to become one of the most high-profile public campaigns in the UK with millions of people taking part, and is actively supported by individuals, UK and national governments, and celebrities.

Find out more about Mental Health Awareness Week, including what it can achieve and previous themes.

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