Ideasbynet has announced it is to lend its support to the UK Mental Health Foundation as part of World Mental Health Day, taking place on the 10th October.
The company, which offers a range of promotional products, will be assisting the UK Mental Health Foundation in promoting its ‘Tea & Talk’ campaign which encourages people to discuss their hopes and concerns over a cup of tea in order to help improve their wellbeing and mental health. Last year saw over 6000 people take part in the event.
Ideasbynet will be producing promotional mugs for the campaign which will then be sent out to TV presenters in order to promote the ‘tea’ aspect of the event. Some of the shows that Ideasbynet are hoping to see use the mugs include GMTV, Loose Women and This Morning.
Last year the company raised £30,000 for the Mental Health Foundation and hope to increase that amount to at least £35,000 this year. Ideasbynet’s work with the Foundation follows a string of charitable activities including the company’s associate director Jeremy Biggin raising over £700 for Sport Relief through sponsorship of the Sport Relief mile and an annual donation of gifts to Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Ideasbynet will also be taking part in activities to raise money for Children In Need later on this year.