Mental Health Awareness (MHA) is a not for profit organisation that does not earn profits for its owners. All of the money earned by or donated to MHA is used in pursuing the organisation's objectives (below) and in keeping the running of the day to day duties of the organisation.
The money is also donated to charities devoted to our cause outlined in our mission statement. These chosen charities will change from time to time and will be updated on this website in due course.
Our Mission Statement:
"To actively support, fundraise, educate and create awareness for all conditions and all levels of mental health. Our aim is to make a positive difference to people’s mental health and wellbeing. We will actively seek to provide help and services to people living with the day to day challenges of these disorders. We do this by running events and fundraisers that support and help mental health charities."
"We will actively provide a hub for anyone suffering or knows someone who is suffering and in need of a safe and trusted community to share stories and find support for others who are dealing with mental health disorders or caring for a family member with a mental illness. We believe that, with the right personalised support, anyone with a mental health need can live the life they want to live. It is our vision that everyone gets the personalised services and support they need."
To understand mental illness, to promote mental health and well-being, and to challenge inequality and disadvantage throughout the course of life.
We actively seek to drive improvement and change the status quo of day to day policy and practice
We amplify the real experiences of those most affected by health inequality and mental health stigma and discrimination
We aim to shine a light on the world to show that not being okay is in fact okay
We work alongside chosen charity partners who are actively practising consultancy and research to make a change
We provide funding support towards mental analysis and improving results
We raise money and awareness through social media activity
We create events to raise awareness and funding support towards our cause and charities
We will cease to exist when equality for mental health is no longer considered out of our reach, and when people receive the best understanding and intervention wherever they live, whenever they need it and without shame.
Mental health problems affect around one in four people across the UK
The most common problems are depression and anxiety, to rarer problems such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Mental Health can affect anyone no matter their social standing, position of importance, well-being or their ability to maintain social and work roles