We are incredibly grateful to the many individuals, families and organisations who already so generously support us in helping thousands of people every year. 

There are so many ways you can help - whether it's through donation or volunteering, you can make a difference.

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Make a donation, make a difference

Make a donation, make a difference

By making a donation, you’re doing something amazing. Your donation buys something precious for a person living with mental illness – it buys them hope.

“It is with much gratitude that I reflect on my time at the Mind Recovery College®. My journey is leading me to help, teach and inspire others to reach within themselves to find their own unique pathway to recovery." - student

Make a donation here today. Your donation matters. Even the smallest amount will make a real difference.

Thank you from all of us at Mind.

  • Your donation will be 100% secure – Mind encrypts and securely stores your information.  We do not sell your data to other organisations and will only share it as part of our own fundraising activities.
  • 80% of your donation will go directly to supporting people affected by the impacts of mental ill-health.
  • All donations over $2 are tax deductible and will be receipted.
  • Mind is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC).  The ACNC is the independent national regulator of charities and Mind supplies them with our governing documents such as yearly financial statements.

Become an iMind donor

Become an iMind donor

We set up our iMind program to make it easy for people who want to make regular donations. The thousands of people who’ve become iMind donors play a massive part in bringing about positive, lasting change to people’s lives. 

Donate to Mind and become an iMind supporter and select the recurring gift option. For more information please call 1300 286 463 or email [email protected] 

Donations go towards our research and evaluation program which is a vital input to improving our practice and service design.

Research is vital. It helps us to find out what works and develop the services that people need. At Mind, we’re serious about research and we involve individuals, families and carers, as well as other mental health service providers and universities. The more research we do, the more useful we are. Learn more about our research.

Donations also support our advocacy for changes to how people with severe and enduring mental ill-health are treated within the systems of care. We have had significant work in this area in recent times, with lengthy submissions to high profile commissions and enquiries.  Learn more about our advocacy.

Fundraise for Mind

Fundraise for Mind

Organise a fundraiser

Fundraising is a serious business that can be a lot of fun. Whether it’s having your friends over for a home-made lamington (via a modest contribution to the collection tin) or running a long distance, there are heaps of ways you can raise money for Mind.

We’d love to help you to help us, so whatever you’re thinking of doing, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our fundraising team on 1300 286 463 or [email protected]. We’ll talk it through and give you all the help we can.

Wills and Bequests

Wills and Bequests

Remembering Mind in your Will is a special act of generosity and the key to giving more people the opportunity to recover and live well in the community.

Download Wills and Bequests brochure.

What Mind does

We support people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives.

Our team

Meet the team including our board and executive.

Media centre

For journalists and media organisations interested in mental health and related issues.


Mind publications provide insightful information related to the mental health sector.

Professional training

Mind is an industry leader in providing professional training in the mental health sector.

Research at Mind

Mind strives to provide high quality services based on evidence of what has been tried and tested.

How you can support our work

Support Mind and bring hope to people living with the impacts of mental ill-health.

Policy and advocacy

Enhancing inclusion for people seriously impacted by mental ill-health and psychosocial disability.