mixed group of YoungMinds volunteer giving out fundraising materials

Our partnerships and funders

Meet the corporates, brands and funders supporting young people's mental health

Paul Hamlyn Foundation Logo.

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation have been working with us since November 2015, initially supporting our youth engagement work and providing funding that has been instrumental to our growth.

They have recently donated an incredible £5million grant over ten years to support the design and delivery of a new strategy for young people’s mental health. The grant will enable us to reach and engage more young people experiencing disadvantage, inequality and injustice, which are key contributors to mental health problems.

Find out more about the grant
ITV Britain get talking logo. Underneath the logo it says 'an ITV mental wellness initiative to help families get closer'. Supported by YoungMinds and Mind.

Britain Get Talking

Britain Get Talking is an ITV Mental Wellness campaign to help families get closer.

When children and young people are struggling with their mental health, it can be particularly hard for them to talk openly about what they’re going through. That’s why we encourage parents and carers to have regular conversations with their children about how they’re feeling from a young age.

Along with Mind, we’re pleased to support Britain Get Talking by providing advice for their website on how families can have those conversations, and how parents and other adults can support young people if they’re struggling with their mental health.

More on Britain Get Talking

Beano studios

We’ve partnered with Beano Studios (home of The Beano comic) who have created a 'be kind to your mind' hub which is full of tips and advice for young people on how to stay mentally healthy. Take a look at the hub via the link below.

Visit Beano

Interested in becoming a corporate partner?

  • Find out more about the different ways your company can support young people's mental health.