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Corporate Support

MANI is looking to corporate organizations across different sectors to increase awareness towards mental health and illness and offer support to people in crisis. We need companies to lend us their specialist skills, help us create award-winning campaigns, organize standout events with us, and, yes, pay for things occasionally. Working with MANI can help you reach an audience of millions, but more importantly we can help you support your workforce and customers.

Sponsor us

Training’s to increase the drastically low mental health workforce, Food fairs, Awareness Walks, Sporting events, Summits, Online Campaigns, office space, the website, our helpline, creation of more support groups and wellness groups for both service users and caregivers – there are lots of sponsorship opportunities at MANI. We like to shout about our supporters, so we’ll always make a big noise, however you choose to support us. Drop us a line on contact@mentallyaware.org to find out more.

Pro bono support

If your company has a service you can support us with, in terms of pro bono marketing, advertising, event organization, logistics, design and graphics, then please get in touch.

Marketing partnerships

Are you thinking of selling something and giving a donation to MANI? Drop us a line and tell us what you’re thinking on contact@mentallyaware.org.

Your staff and MANI

When you partner with us our first priority is to promote our campaign to your staff. We can provide you with marketing materials to promote our services, including copies of our award winning mental health and wellness magazine, the first of its kind in Nigeria. We can offer insight and advice on the best ways to encourage your staff to ask for, and access, help. We also have lots of fundraising and volunteering opportunities for anyone who wants to go the extra mile for us.

Latest Posts
DEATH’S MODEL
How I got PTSD
The side of mental illness you do not see
Once upon a suicide
Cost of Psychiatric care in Nigeria
Newsletter
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