thortful cards partner with Public Health England to help raise awareness of Mental Health

Greetings card marketplace have teamed up with Public Health England to support their Better Health-Every Mind Matters campaign, encouraging people to look after their mental wellbeing during the month of May.

Whilst Mental Health Awareness Week takes place between 10-16th May, thortful want to dedicate the month of May to Mental Health Awareness.

As staying connected has been more challenging than ever in the last year, thortful have carried out new research which reveals that small acts of kindness, such as sending someone a card, can turn a person’s day around.

As part of the partnership, thortful’s creative community have produced an exclusive range of greeting cards called the  Are You Ok? collection – the perfect way to let someone know you are thinking of them.

Ranging from funny to thoughtful, and from poignant to slightly cheesy, all the cards of the Are You Okay? collection are sure to bring us closer to the people we love.

During Mental Health Awareness Week, Public Health England’s Every Mind Matters campaign is encouraging people to look after their mental wellbeing by taking a simple quiz to get their free personalised Mind Plan for NHS-approved ideas to improve their mental health and wellbeing. As part of the partnership, thortful will be encouraging people to get their own Mind Plan and visit the Every Mind Matters website to get more advice and support.

Commenting on the collaboration, Andy Pearce, co-founder & CEO of said “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Public Health England on a campaign that we feel so passionately about. We hope our Are You Ok? Collection will help people stay connected. In a time when many of us are still physically separated, a simple card can really brighten someone’s day.”

Commenting on the collaboration, Clare Perkins, Director of the Mental Health Programme at Public Health England, said: “The past year has made it much harder to be with our loved ones and we know that people have felt more stressed, anxious and isolated. As the world begins to open up, it is important to continue to stay in contact with loved ones and share how we’re feeling. We are excited to be working with thortful this Mental Health Awareness Week to help people stay connected and show support to loved ones, and direct people to our Every Mind Matters Mind Plan, which provides simple, personalised steps to help navigate these challenging times.”

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