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Our corporate partners

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Thank you

Thank you to all of our corporate partners who have joined us in our fight for children and young people's mental health:

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Wagamama

Our partnership with Wagamama helps us to reach even more young people including sending mental health messaging and information to students during University lockdowns through Wagamama’s food drops and a joint billboard campaign across 136 UK rail stations on the day that lockdown eased. Through donations, customer fundraising and their recently launched ‘at home’ range in supermarkets, the money that Wagamama raise will help us to support more young people and families.
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JD Foundation

The JD Foundation have been generously supporting YoungMinds since 2018 with annual grants, as well as taking part in #HelloYellow, raising awareness through blog and social media posts and inviting us along to events! We're so excited to continue working with JD in 2022. 

Read their interview with Stevie, Parents Helpline Manager
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The Mark Allen Foundation

The Mark Allen Group has chosen YoungMinds as one of its charities to support through its recently set up Mark Allen Foundation which aims to improve the quality of life for young people in the UK and internationally. The foundation is supporting YoungMinds in a number of ways including donations towards programmes such as our Parents Helpline, employee fundraising events including a 500 mile challenge and through the group’s portfolio of client events.

Mark Allen's interview with Vanessa, our Director of Development

Interested in becoming a corporate partner?

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