- 1 0843 208 1749
- 2 Other Mind Connection Numbers
- 3 Mind Head Office Opening Hours
- 4 Mind Head Office Address
- 5 Why would I contact the Mind head office?
- 6 Mind Charity
- 7 Mind Charity Shops
- 8 Mind Charity Jobs
- 9 Mind Charity Christmas Cards
- 10 Popular questions about Mind
- 11 About Mind
Mind is a mental health charity based in the UK. For more about their work, contact the head office on 0843 208 1749.
Other Mind Connection Numbers
|Press Office||0843 208 1749|
|Head Office||0843 208 1749|
|Donations||0843 208 1749|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Mind departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Mind Head Office Opening Hours
Mind Head Office Address
|Head Office||15-19 Broadway, Stratford, London E15 4BQ|
Why would I contact the Mind head office?
- To get more information on the work that Mind does.
- To get help fundraising for Mind.
- For information about working for Mind.
- To make a media enquiry.
- To make a complaint about a Mind service.
Mind is a charity which focuses on mental health issues. They aim to provide support and advice to anyone who is facing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services further and raise awareness. The charity runs an Information line where anyone can get advice on mental health issues, a legal advice service for the implications around mental health law and a range of publications. There is a network of 140 local Mind offices designed to give local residents support. The charity also offers workplace training to help offices understand mental health including first aid and suicide prevention. The president of Mind is the actor Stephen Fry, who acts as an advocator for the charity. There is also a board of trustees that help make decisions which could affect the charity. You can join Mind as a member and you’ll be kept up to date on the latest news from the charity as you join the fight to end stigma against mental health. The members also vote for the trustees so you can really make a difference to how the charity is run or even become a trustee yourself. A one-year membership currently costs £26 or £6 if you are a student, unemployed, retired or receiving benefits.
Current campaigns that are run by Mind include Life Support, which promotes services used to assist people with mental health issues in their everyday life such as filling in forms or reintegrating into the community. There is also the Time to Change campaign, where Mind has joined forces with Rethink Mental Illness to launch an ambitious campaign to end mental health discrimination and stigma.
Mind Charity Shops
You can find 150 Mind shops across England and Wales. The money raised from products sold in the Mind shop supports the community through funding campaigns and the Mind helpline. Items sold in the shops are donated by members of the public. Mind accepts clothing, books, DVDs, CDs, accessories, homeware and toys. To donate such items, visit your local store or contact them directly to see if they are able to offer a collection service. If you want to donate furniture, there are Mind furniture stores in Kings Heath, Alvaston, Hinckley and Syston.
If you would like to volunteer at your local Mind shop, contact them directly for opportunities. Volunteers get 25% discount on donated items in the store, a free Mind membership, the chance to gain an NVQ and the opportunity to get valuable retail experience.
Mind Charity Jobs
There are plenty of opportunities if you wish to work for Mind. You could work at a Mind store as a shop manager or an assistant shop manager. You could also work at one of the regional offices as a fundraising officer, bid writer, chief executive, crisis recovery worker, project worker, operations manager or a membership officer. You can search and apply for vacancies online using the Mind website. You’ll also find volunteer opportunities advertised here.
Mind Charity Christmas Cards
Each year, Mind develops packs of Christmas cards so that you can send cards to friends and family whilst also giving to charity. The cards usually come in packs of 10 with different designs and messages, including religious messages, illustrations and cute photographs. The cards vary in price from £2.99 to £3.29. You can purchase the cards from the Mind website and presumably the Mind charity shops. However, regrettably, the cards cannot be sent outside of the UK.
Popular questions about Mind
Who funds the charity Mind?
Mind is funded by several different methods. It is funded by public donations, the sales from Mind shops, money left in people’s wills and fundraising. The charity will not take money from pharmaceutical companies.
When was the charity Mind founded?
Mind was first founded in 1946 as the National Association for Mental Health.
Mind charity: Where does the money go?
For every £1 that Mind receives in donations, 79p is spent on the charitable work. Last year, Mind spent £20.4 million delivering charitable work. For every £1 that Mind spent generating funds, they raised £7.20. You can read more information about how Mind raises and spends money by downloading the 2014/2015 annual review and accounts. Alternatively, if you have a specific question, you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a response.
Mind was first founded in 1946 by the merger of three voluntary services which provided support to people with mental health issues. It was known as the National Association for Mental Health before the name changed to MIND in 1972 and the lowercase version in the 90s. In 1969, a group of Scientologists attempted to join the NAMH to influence a policy around the treatment of psychiatric patients. Once their identity had been revealed, they were removed from the association. In 1971, the church of Scientology attempted to sue the NAMH, but this was unsuccessful on their part.
On the 10th of October every year, Mind recognises World Mental Health day. The first ever World Mental Health day took place in 1992.
In 2011, the actor Stephen Fry succeeded presenter Melvyn Bragg as the president of Mind. In 2008, the charity began running the Mind Media Awards which recognises the portrayal of mental health in the media, honouring the best ones. TV shows and films nominated for this year’s awards included the Island with Bear Grylls, My Mad Fat Diary and Inside Out.
For more information about Mind’s services, call the Mind head office contact number on this page.