Partners 2020

The theme for this year is Recovery and will offer inspiring discussions, debates and interactive workshops focusing on the journey of recovery, resilience and healing, sharing tools and strategies to support this.

In collaboration with our partners we will highlight the importance of community and support networks in this process. Thank you to all our partners who are joining us for the Mental Wealth Festival 2020.

  • The National Gallery

    Founded in 1824, The National Gallery houses one of the greatest collections of paintings in the world, with over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900 with works by artists including Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Turner.  

  • The British Museum

    The British Museum’s remarkable collection spans over two million years of human history and culture. Over 6 million visitors every year experience the collection, including world-famous objects such as the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures, and Egyptian mummies.

  • Move Beyond Words

    Elizabeth Arifien and Charlotte Edmonds' company ‘Move Beyond Words’ aims to create artistic environments to amplify the voices of professional artists with dyslexia, Their work is intended to create conversations challenging the negative connotations surrounding dyslexia and support dyslexic artists.

  • Beyond Words

    Beyond Words provides books and training to support people who find pictures easier to understand than words. Whether supporting somebody with a learning disability or communication difficulty, our products empower people through pictures. 

  • Headtalks

    Head Talks aims to provide you with knowledge, inspiration and a sense of community so you can create your own toolbox to fix and maintain mental health. We are all unique and find our inspiration and sense of wellbeing from many different sources. 

  • Deafinitely Theatre

    Deafinitely Theatre are the first deaf launched and deaf led professional theatre company in the uk producing quality bilingual theatre in british sign language and spoken english. 

  • Mad World

    MAD World stands for Make A Difference. Taking place on 8 October, just before World Mental Health Day, the MAD World Summit is the global go-to online event for employers who want to make a difference to workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing. 

  • South London and Maudsley & Bethlem Hospital

    Bethlem Hospital's aim is to be a leader in improving health and wellbeing – locally, nationally and globally. There are very few organisations in the world that have such wide-ranging capabilities working with mental illness.

  • Brixton Finishing School

    Brixton Finishing School creates award-winning programmes that help young people break into the creative, advertising, and marketing industries.

  • RAD

    Founded in 1841, the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) provides services to Deaf people in their first language, usually British Sign Language (BSL) and supports mainstream providers to be more accessible to Deaf people.

  • Thrive London

    Thrive LDN is a citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners. It is supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board partners.

  • Frazzled Cafe

    Founded by City Lit Fellow Ruby Wax OBE, Frazzled Cafe meetings provide a ‘talk-in’ place where people who are feeling frazzled can meet fortnightly to talk and share their personal stories in a safe, anonymous and non-judgmental environment - a place where it's ok, to not be ok.