The EFL and Mind are teaming up for World Mental Health Day 2021, with the League’s charity partner taking over EFL’s official Twitter feed to mark the annual day.
On Sunday 10 October, throughout the course of the day, Mind will manage the EFL’s official Twitter feed, offering support and advice on how to take steps to improve your mental health.
The EFL and Mind launched its ground-breaking charity partnership in 2018 with the aim of improving the nation’s mental health and wellbeing.
Earlier in the week, the EFL encouraged Clubs to ‘Do One Thing’ as an act of kindness to someone deserving within their local communities with Mind campaigning that if we all do one thing to fight for mental health, we can change everything.
Clubs and Club Community Organisations (CCOs) have been sharing their activity across their channels throughout the week, supporting fans in a variety of different ways.
Mind Chief Executive, Paul Farmer, said: “We’re delighted to come together again with the EFL, as part of our On Your Side charity partnership, to celebrate World Mental Health Day. We know how hard the pandemic has made life, particularly for football fans, and that too many people are still not getting the support they need, so there’s never been a more important time to fight for better mental health."