Each year the demand for our services increases as more and more people seek support for their mental health.
As a small, local charity with limited funds this is a huge challenge.
With one in four of us having a mental health problem each year – this is something we cannot ignore. As a non-profit charity, we appreciate the value of fundraising, donations, trusts and grants.
We hope to continue to achieve our aims through the support of our funders and corporate partners.
With your support, you can help us to continue our life-changing work, and for that we cannot thank you enough.
Staff fundraising and strategic partnerships
Staff fundraising or “Charity of the Year” partnerships.
Host memorable events, take on inspiring challenges, boost company culture and comradery, all while raising vital funds to support Cornwall Mind.
Your company could host a series of engaging staff fundraising activities over the course of a year, or several years. And every fundraising activity has the added benefit of raising awareness and tackling stigma.
We will support you with partnership planning, engaging your staff, providing fundraising ideas, donation details, fundraising materials and packs, internal comms and more!
Brand and commercial partnerships
Use the power of your brand to support Cornwall Mind.
You could take a hero product to the next level by selling it ‘in aid of Cornwall Mind’, with each item sold generating a donation. Or you could run a campaign, supported by Cornwall Mind, to raise awareness of mental health.
However you choose to work with us, by aligning Cornwall Mind’s brand with your own you’ll be contributing to our goals, while showing your audiences you understand that mental health matters, more now than ever.
Volunteering and expertise sharing
As a rapidly growing charity with more demand than ever for our services, Cornwall Mind needs more than funding; we need strategic support from experts in their respective fields. This can range across tools, processes, equipment, strategies, programmes, ways of working and more. We can discuss the possibility of pro bono or gift in kind support when you contact us about a partnership.
Outside of a formal partnership, your staff can also volunteer as individuals.
Volunteering at Cornwall Mind can be a really rewarding and impactful experience and there’s probably more ways of doing it than you might think.
Our mental health radio show
“A Space To Speak Your Mind” is our radio show and podcast made by people with lived experience of mental health difficulties, in association with Source FM, the community radio station in Falmouth and Penryn.
It also airs on CHBN in Truro and Radio St Austell Bay. Listen to the Podcasts on Spotify now. Also available on Apple Podcasts.