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Corporate partnerships are key to help us reach large numbers of people and change the picture for people affected by mental illness. Through our partnerships we aim not only to raise vital funds but to build understanding of mental health in the workplace via training. We encourage participation in a range of staff volunteering and fundraising activities linked to mental health. If your organisation supports charities in this way, please contact James Fletcher on 020 7840 3111 or email email@example.com.
Lloyds Banking Group chose Mental Health UK as its charity partner for 2017 and 2018 following a colleague vote. Their colleague fundraising has already enabled us to launch a pioneering Mental Health and Money Advice service, and we will be building on this with additional work in the coming months.
PureGym have chosen to support Mental Health UK in June 2019 for the PureGym National Relay. The entire PureGym team are taking part in the week-long relay starting in Aberdeen and passing the baton down to Plymouth, travelling through all major cities with over 240 gyms coming together across Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England. More than 1,500 PureGym team members will run, cycle, skateboard and cart-wheel their way through this tough 7-day 24-hour challenge to raise money for our charity, highlighting the link between mental health and physical health.
Pizza Hut Restaurants has chosen to support Mental Health UK through their restaurants in England, Scotland, and Wales. Staff have got involved in a huge range of fundraising activities in their restaurants across all three nations, and we are enormously grateful to a group of head office staff who raised over £6,000 for us by taking part in a 30,000 foot skydive.
Royal Mail is working with Mental Health UK as one of its three charity partners from 2017-19, as part of a strategic commitment to mental wellbeing. It has donated £50,000 towards the development of our network of support groups in all four nations of the UK and is helping us build awareness of the breadth of mental health problems across the UK.
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