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Partner with Mental Health Innovations

We work in partnership with Government and other public sector bodies, the corporate sector, academic institutions and the third sector to improve mental health in the UK.

We are actively seeking new partnerships with those who share our vision.

If you are interested in commissioning our services, please contact commissionus@mhiuk.org.

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Partner with Shout

Your donations to Shout are key in helping us provide a valuable lifeline to people who are struggling to cope with their mental health.

If you would like to donate or fundraise for Shout, please find out more.

If you would be interested in commissioning Shout as a service for your target audience, please find out more or contact us at commissionus@mhiuk.org.

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Donate to Mental Health Innovations

Help us make a difference for people struggling with their mental health.  

Your support will help us ensure more people across the UK have access to free mental health support powered by the latest in digital innovation. Our first service is Shout which provides free, 24/7 text messaging support.

Donate to Mental Health Innovations
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We accept cryptocurrency donations

Donating cryptocurrency is one of the most tax-efficient ways to support your favourite charitable cause.

Choosing to support us with a crypto donation will mean we can be there for more children, young people and adults throughout the UK with free, confidential, 24/7 mental health text support.

Find out more and make a crypto donation
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Our funding policy

We are committed to our charitable aims and fundraise in order to provide services and research. We concur with the Fundraising Regulator's Promise to be open, honest, fair and legal.

Our funding policy seeks to cover the ethical issues and social responsibility within fundraising. All our staff involved in fundraising have a responsibility to be aware and have a thorough understanding of the ethical issues referred to in this policy.

Read our funding policy