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Smiling Mind is a 100% not-for-profit committed to bringing the benefits of mindfulness to all.

This holiday is a time to be thankful and an opportunity for us all to practise a renewed sense of gratitude. It's also a chance to centre and find the right balance with our family and friends. Your donation and continued support at this time is something we are very thankful for. Your generosity will help Smiling Mind to develop our technology in the new year and bring mindfulness to everyone.

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Smiling Mind exists to help build mental health and wellbeing, using positive and innovative tools that are accessible to all.

Our impact
Scientific research has proven that mindfulness meditation:
assists with the management of pain and stress
helps build resilience and compassion
improves focus at work and in the classroom
helps with creativity and collaboration

What our ambassadors are saying

Testimonial - Dr Andrew Rochford

I have personally felt the difference and better still, the research backs it up. Meditation and mindfulness are key components of a longer, healthier and happier life.

Dr Andrew Rochford
TV Presenter and Health Care Professional
Testimonial - Maggie Dent

I have been using meditation and in particular positive creative visualisation in my work since the late 1990s and it's an incredible tool to help people to build new belief systems in the unconscious mind— and to quiet the inner critic. We have an epidemic of anxiety and depression in our chaotic, modern world, and I am so heartened that Smiling Mind exists to make mindfulness accessible to everyone. This is simple, but powerful stuff.

Maggie Dent
Parenting author, educator, resilience specialist
Testimonial - Jo Stanley

I first came across Smiling Mind as a way of introducing meditation to my daughter Willow. The kids section of the app is next level amazing. But for grown-ups, it breaks down mindfulness and meditation into something that is not only manageable and achievable, but outright addictive.