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Celebrating Another Year of Supporting Mind Charity!

3 March 2023 By Falmouth Fairfax

Mind Impact Report Blog

Each year we donate 1 percent of our profits to Mind. Mind is a mental health charity offering information and advice to those who need it. As we continue to donate to Mind, we thought it was important to explore some of the charity’s impressive results from this year’s impact report.


Here are a couple of statistics that show some of their successes:

  1. They responded to 118,000 queries to their support and information helplines.

  2. Their work was mentioned over 14,000 times in the media

  3. Their mental health information was accessed 21.4 million times

  4. They sent out 500,000 copies of their printed mental health information

  5. 2 million people had a conversation about mental health as a result of Time to Talk Day*

  6. Reached over 1.8 million employees through their workplace wellbeing programmes

  7. Over 6,800 people shared their lived experiences with us to help fight for mental health

  8. 23,500 people signed up to Side by Side* our online peer support community

  9. Nearly 32,000 people campaigned with us to improve services and push for justice

  10. Local minds supported over 443,00 people

  11. They sold over 4 million items in their shops

*Find out more about Time to Talk Day 🔗 https://bit.ly/3rXXEEU and Side by Side 🔗 https://bit.ly/3RoEEMc

Falmouth Fairfax’s Story

We chose Mind as a charity for a few reasons. A recent survey from *The Chartered Institute of Building suggested that those in the real estate and construction industry can be more prone to certain mental health struggles than other industries. The 2020 CIOB report highlighted the stark reality of poor mental health, 3x the UK average with over 70% of respondents experienced severe depression or anxiety each year. Secondly, Mind is a charity close to our hearts, with one of our founders understanding the first-hand impact this can have. Sadly, his brother, a young doctor, battled with mental health and depression in 2013. Working with Mind allows us to play a small part in helping individuals and families affected.


🔗 Our giving back page for more information on the charities we support!

* CIOB Home Page | CIOB