By Bianca Mitchell


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From 2nd - 15th May, Savoo and Findmypast will be raising awareness of Mental Health Awareness Week by partnering with the charity which hosts the annual event, Mental Health Foundation. You can help them to prevent, understand, protect and sustain people’s mental health.

To make a donation, all you need to do is use the Findmypast discount code between 9th - 15th May to get an Exclusive 15% off subscriptions, and Savoo will donate 10% of retail revenue to the Mental Health Foundation.

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The last few years have been an extremely challenging time for the mental health of the nation. From the pandemic through to the cost of living crisis, it seems like there isn’t a week that has gone by which hasn’t tested the emotional state of many people in society. Mental Health Awareness week is an opportunity to shine a light on the issue, with a particular focus on loneliness this year.

Having family and friends to talk to is one of the key things which can help people feel less isolated. Findmypast is all about connecting families and taking people on a journey of discovery. Sharing your family history is one way of opening up a conversation with a like-minded group of individuals. Findmypast From Home livestreams on Facebook and YouTube have proved to be a powerful tool for their community, especially during the lockdown period.

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  1. What is Mental Health Awareness Week?
  2. About Mental Health Foundation
  3. About Findmypast

What is Mental Health Awareness Week?

Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event hosted by the Mental Health Foundation. The event was launched 21 years ago to de-stigmatise and highlight the importance of good mental health, which hasn't always been accepted as a viable cause for poor well-being and understood to the degree it now is. Today the event has become one of the biggest awareness weeks to take place in the UK and across the globe. Each year a theme is attached to the event, and this year it’s loneliness.

Loneliness is a large contributing factor to many mental issues, and it’s something that is increasingly impacting all of us. Even outside of the pandemic lockdown which made things worse, life has become more secular. There are whole sections of society who are on the outskirts, believing they are trapped with nobody to turn to. But it is possible to break the stigma and play a part in the movement to tackle loneliness.

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About Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading mental health charity since 1949. Championing good mental health for all and with prevention at the forefront of everything they do, the Mental Health Foundation supports communities, families and individuals to live mentally healthier lives. With a special focus on those at the greatest risk in society, the charity empowers people to take control of and manage their own mental health.

Instead of being a mental health service provider for when people are unwell, Mental Health Foundation instead takes the community and peer programmes route to evaluate the best approach to take in advance. With prevention being the key, they also conduct research, offer advice to millions of people and propose lasting change to organisations like local councils and schools.

There are lots of ways you can get involved in the great work they do.Find out more about the Mental Health Foundation

About Findmypast

With billions of digitised records, and access to some of the world’s most renowned historical databases, Findmypast allows you to build your family tree and discover your ancestors' stories. Whether brushing up on your social history, or checking out mugshots of Victorian inmates, they have an ever-growing collection of records that can help you find ancestors and long-lost family members.

Findmypast’s origins stretch back to 1965, but the current iteration started in 2006. They now help millions of registered members around the world explore their past. From January 2022, Findmypast is the exclusive online home of the 1921 Census of England & Wales in association with The National Archives.

The need to understand where we come from is deeply ingrained in all of us, and we are very fortunate to live in a country where so much of our history has been preserved. With billions of records to search, Findmypast has a team devoted to helping you research your family's story. Have you descended from royalty? What careers did your ancestors have? Did your grandparents serve in the war? With Findmypast you can find out.

Savoo, the Mental Health Foundation and Findmypast are bringing attention to the epidemic of loneliness during Mental Health Awareness Week. If you want to get involved, all you need to do is claim an Exclusive 15% off subscriptions at Findmypast from 9th - 15th May to register a 10% donation from us.

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*Savoo will donate 10% of our affiliate commission minus advertising costs for sales generated from the listed retailer’s Savoo page between 2nd and 15th May 2022.