Our Corporate Partnerships Team offers a unique approach to partnerships: we aim to have as big an impact on the companies we work with as they have on us as a charity.
Mental health is increasingly on the public agenda. As the leading mental health charity in the City and East London, working with us you will demonstrate to your customers, staff and suppliers that your company takes mental health seriously.
We want to help you inspire and increase customer and staff engagement through our awareness raising campaigns, staff and customer fundraising, sponsorship opportunities and our bespoke workplace mental health training packages.
Every year Gateley Plc’s London office nominates a charity to support for the financial year and in 2019 staff voted to support Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest.
Staff are working hard to raise funds through street collections and other internal events, including supporting Mind CHWF to put on an event to celebrate Time to Talk day on 10th February 2020.
Matchesfashion.com aims to place responsible business practices at the heart of their company. They focus on innovation and partnerships to drive positive social and environmental change within their business and across relationships.
Through their internal strategy ‘Matches Mobs’, team members are encouraged to help drive social change within the company. One of the groups, ‘The Incredibles’, are focused on partnering with charities to help maximise the positive impact they can have within local communities, from raising money to getting involved with charity away days.
The Five Points Brewing Company strives to be a socially responsible business and employer. Since their beginnings in 2013, their ethos has been that businesses have a responsibility to contribute to both the local and wider community around them.
For the second year in a row Five Points have decided to partner with Mind CHWF, raising funds through comedy nights, beer hops and running the Hackney Half Marathon.
With dedicated teams across Development, Digital, Infrastructure, ERP, Oracle and SAP, Square One provide a specialist recruitment service on an international scale.
Every year Square One employees vote on a charity they wish to support and for the second-year running have chosen Mind CHWF.
In the UK Poor mental health affects 1 in 4 of us. As a business Square one are aware that many of their employees have struggled with mental health issues or have family members/friends that have suffered. As a result, they promote a supportive workplace culture that enables employees to talk about their mental health concerns and support them through any challenges.
King’s Sport delivers a range of opportunities for students to get involved in sport and physical activity, with an ambition to be the most active university in London.
Currently King’s Sport engages over 15,000 people across its various programmes. We run social sport sessions through their BeActive programme (focusing on mental as well as physical health and fitness) all the way to supporting top performing athletes through their University Sports Scholarships.
TransUnion’s London office colleagues selected Mind CHWF as their charity of the year for 2018.
A leading data, analytics, and software company, TransUnion has committed its annual fundraising efforts to our work. We in turn have been supporting them with mental health awareness and engaging with employees across the company in a bid to raise vital funds to help support the services provided for people with mental health difficulties in the City and Hackney.
The SAE Institute (SAE, formerly also known as the School of Audio Engineering and the SAE Technology College) is a private college founded in 1976 as opened 1977 in Sydney. SAE Institute offers courses in audio engineering, 3D animation, multimedia, graphic design, game design, digital filmmaking, and music production.
As an education provider, SAE are proud that we attract a diverse range of students, and have been working closely with us to raise awareness among people who may think that higher level study is out of reach. SAE see a significant level of mental health issues with their students (and staff) and so we work in partnership to better support students on campus.