Charity and Mental Health Work

Lobella Loves is all about breaking the taboo attached to mental health issues, particularly those suffered by mothers. We are all about fighting the stigma and helping to provide support to those in need. Together, we can make mental well-being part of the national conversation. Together we can make a difference.
Lobella Loves is proud to donate money from every single sale to Cocoon Family Support, a charity supporting families suffering from perinatal mental health issues.

‘Tea For PND’ Events
Our regular sell-out ‘Tea for PND’ events are designed to create an ongoing supportive community in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. It's nothing more complicated than women getting together to listen, share, drink tea (or coffee) and continue raising awareness for the cause.  Tickets to our next even can be found here.  


To get involved or hear more about the work we do or to be the first to know when our next event is register your interest here.
Depression Wears Lippy Campaign 


Our #DepressionWearsLippy campaign started after an Instagram troll told Jo she couldn’t possibly have a mental health condition because she looked too groomed.

This spurred Jo on to challenge what the ‘face’ of someone with a mental health condition looks like, Jo says “mental health problems don’t discriminate and neither should we; you can be rich, poor, young or old, have lippy on and wear nice clothes and still be suffering. What we see on the outside is not always a true reflection of what is happening inside our heads.” 

The campaign went viral with hundreds of women across the globe sharing their lipstick selfies using the hashtag #DepressionWearsLippy as a sign of solidarity with those who have suffered.


How to Get Help - Do you need someone to talk to?

The Hub of Hope is a FREE national mental health database which brings together organisations and charities, large and small, from across the country who offer mental health advice and support, together in one place. To see what's available in your area here for free (or via their App which you can download from wherever you get your Apps).

The following organisations offer free and confidential support over the phone:

Samaritans - 116 123. Round the clock support, every day of the year

Mind - 0300 123 3393, 9am - 6pm, Mon - Fri (except Bank Holidays). Advises on a range of mental health issues

For more helplines and mental health resources:

See the NHS list on Mental Health Helplines here

Or for FAQs on Mental Health see our separate FAQ page here.