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wagamama x mind

who are mind?

mind is the leading mental health charity in england and wales. providing support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.

1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem each year and mind campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. they won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support + respect

mind charity logo

we’ve got the power

since beginning our juice donation initiative last year we’ve raised...

2018 - £25,687.50

2019 - £34,764.25 that’s almost 10k more than last year!

a total of £60,442.75 raised thanks to all your sipping. this money is dedicated to help fund mind's incredibly important infoline + continuing efforts to raise awareness about mental health

juice donations

time to talk day

together with mind charity, we’re on a mission to encourage more conversation around mental health. conversation has been proven to reduce stress + anxiety and is a powerful step towards better mental health. so, on time to talk day, we teamed up with mental health activists' bryony gordon, dr rangan chatterjee, matt johnson + jessica smith for a truly inspiring discussion to kickstart the conversation. open mouths. open minds

read more about the event here
open mouths open minds

our team

from 10 october 2018 we began working with mind to provide top tips for keeping mentally well for our employees and throughout the year we will be fundraising for mind through team challenges + volunteering.

we also provide free access to the buddhify app. buddhify is an easy way to bring mindfulness into your life, designed for wherever you are.

apple phone with buddhiy app on screen

soulful suppers

in january 2019 we hosted the launch of soulful suppers. soulful suppers is a national supper club initiative created by jenna elsby to encourage mindful eating and conversations around mental health.

jenna elsby