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Action for Mental Health

Action for Mental Health is a partnership between four leading UK mental health charities.

Join thousands of others who have helped us to support people affected by mental illness.

See below to hear from just a few of the people we have been able to help.


Hear their stories

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Payroll Giving is one of the easiest ways to donate to charity. Your gift will come straight from your pay each month, before tax. This means that if you choose to give a gift of £10, it will only cost you £8.

Setting up a regular payroll gift is very simple – just fill in our online form and know that you are donating in one of the most cost effective ways available.

Sign up today and help improve the lives of people experiencing mental distress.

For any queries about signing up please contact Josephine Heffernan at PGMS by emailing or calling 05603 674524

Can you increase your monthly donation?

It’s really easy to increase your monthly donation to Action for Mental Health if you already give. Just let your payroll team know – they’ll have a quick form for you to sign.

Your donations are all tax efficient, which helps both you and Action for Mental Health – and it costs you less than you think!

How your donation is spent

£5 could help pay for guides giving practical information about looking after your mental health

£10 could help pay for a set of self-management course materials for one person

£15 could help provide a support group for up to nine people

£25 could provide a wellbeing training programme for a person with mental health problems

Latest news

Mental Health Foundation’s Standing Together Cymru project

Read more about how the Mental Health Foundation is thinking differently about the type of mental health care and support older people are given.


Rethink Mental Illness joins We Are Undefeatable campaign

Rethink Mental Illness are very proud to be part of We Are Undefeatable – a campaign which launched earlier this year with 15 other charity partners to support people who live with long-term health conditions.


The value of Together’s peer support within the criminal justice system

Christine Pearson is a Peer Support Coordinator in Together’s criminal justice team, and we caught up with her to find out more about why the support of someone with lived experience of mental distress can be so helpful.


Bipolar UK’s tips to get through Christmas

It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, mental illness can stick around and make you feel inadequate and worthless. You are allowed to feel whatever emotion comes up. Here are three top tips from Liv that will hopefully help you too.

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