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  • Keeping in touch

    It’s up to you how you want to hear from us and you can change your choices at any time. If you provide your details, we will contact you about events and fundraising for Mind, our campaigns and the many ways you can shape our work – or you can choose just the areas that mean the most to you.

    You can find out more about how we look after your details by reading our Privacy Policy. For more information, to update your choices or to stop us sending you updates, contact our Supporter Services team at supporterservices@mind.org.uk or on 020 8215 2243.
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    If we have your postal address, we may contact you by post unless you tell us otherwise.

    From crafting to cycling or running, we'll keep in touch about the many ways you can raise funds to support better mental health.

    On issues from crisis care to benefits support, we'll share everything you need to take action and push mental health forward.

    From reviewing our resources to sharing your experiences, we'll let you know the many ways you can help guide what we do.

    You make us who we are, so we make it our priority to only contact you in the ways you want us to and about the things you're interested in. You can change your preferences at any time by contacting our Supporter Services team.
  • We take your privacy seriously and promise to never sell your data. You can find out more about your rights, how we use your personal information and how we keep your details safe and secure by reading our Privacy Policy. For more information, to update your choices or to stop us sending you updates, contact our Supporter Services team at supporterservices@mind.org.uk or on 020 8215 2243.

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You need an account to create a Memory Space. You can also create an account to save your details for later when you are making a gift to a memory space.

Why create a memory space?