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Get in front of 100's of young people at our Annual ME Day Festivals

In it's first year, ME Day Festival is hosting 100's of young people (18+) in real life over at Clapham Grand on the 8th October. With it's debut year, we've grown a digital community of 1,000's of young people that want to live healthier lifestyles. Do you think your brand or services is helping to improve young people's mental health?
Then join Giff Gaff, Domino's and Mind at ME Day Festival 2021!     

invite your staff!

Treat your staff to an amazing self-care day and watch them glow!

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Have you got a product or service that young people need to know about?

Sponsor tickets

Give the gift of self-care to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds

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BE part of the youth mental health festival of the year

This last year was tough for everyone, and especially young people. With remote education, unemployment rates sky high, binging on social media and dealing with isolation, we've created ME Day to help break the mental health stigma amongst young people and help them find their inner Jaymie's. Find out how you can help young people find their Jaymie's and improve your brands engagement with the youth.  


This world mental health day give young people a ME Day - the ultimate self-care treat.

Why Trust Us

Led by two youth-facing organisations

While this is the first ME Day Festival that we are hosting, MindMapper UK and DigIn have been supporting young people for over 6 years with some awesome brands like Coca Cola, Domino's, Samaritans and Clifford Chance.


MindMapper UK, started by Meg Zeenat Wamithi in her first year at University, delivers youth mental health education to around 1,000 young people in schools and companies around the world a year. 


DigIn is one of students' favourite brands, welcoming over 500,000 students with their Freshers Boxes every single year across 185 universities in the UK, helping brands understand students a little better along the way. Their annual Mental Health Report is the largest report in this space, gaining over 100,000 respondents over the 3 years it’s been running.    


MindMapper UK team at a Student Conference


Grace with the DigIn Box

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