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Mental Health Awareness Week 2024

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 takes place from 13th – 19th May 2024, on the theme of “Movement: Moving more for our mental health”.


Movement is important for our mental health. But so many of us struggle to move enough. We know there are many different reasons for this, so this Mental Health Awareness Week, along with our charity partners, Mental Health Foundation, we want to help people to find moments for movement in their daily routines. Going for a walk in your neighbourhood, putting on your favourite music and dancing around the living room, or jogging to your favourite Zizzi – it all counts!

The Mental Health Foundation Mission…

…is to help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. Good mental health for all is what they stand for, and they have been the driving force/front runners in creating a positive change for 75 years. MHF are a national charity who aren’t afraid to stir things up and tackle taboo topics to help improve everyone’s mental wellbeing.


Zizzi x Mental Health Foundation

We aim to show ongoing support to the Zizzi family (customers & team) by working side by side with Mental Health Foundation to raise a huge £1 million over the next three years. We know that Mental Health can impact everyone in some way or another, and we want good Mental Health for all. Check out our past campaign with Jill Scott and Owen Warner, here.

Get Involved…

There are many ways to get involved and support the Mental Health Foundation’s vital work ensuring good mental health for all. By dining in our restaurants, you can make a small donation to the charity when paying your bill.

Or you can kickstart your own fundraiser, whether it’s a charity run, bake sale, or a virtual event, rallying friends and family to contribute. Another simple yet effective way to show your support is by wearing it green and spreading awareness on social media throughout the year and especially in May using #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek.

Whether through fundraising, donations, or sharing, every effort counts in enabling MHF to continue to deliver life-enhancing programmes, research or society changing policy and campaigning to help reduce stigma and mental health problems for millions more people.