Rowe signed boots auctioned for Mind1 July 2019
Tommy Rowe’s signed boots are being auctioned in aid of mental health charity Mind.
Paul Downing's match worn shirt auctioned for Mind1 July 2019
Paul Downing’s match-worn shirt from Rovers’ Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final second leg against Charlton is being auctioned in aid of mental health charity Mind.
Mind United: Rovers Trek the Peak District16 May 2019
Staff from Club Doncaster will be taking part in a 12-hour overnight trek on July 13 - 14 across the Peak District in order to raise money for mental health charity Mind.
Rovers support EFL charity partner Mind18 April 2019
Saturday’s fixture against Plymouth Argyle was dedicated to EFL charity partner Mind with supporters, staff, players and Donny Dog all highlighting the club’s support for the national mental health...
Rovers to host special charity matchday against Plymouth Argyle11 April 2019
Doncaster Rovers will be supporting Mind to raise mental health awareness at charity matchday.
Rovers to raise awareness of equality and diversity in Doncaster6 March 2019
Rovers are running several initiatives throughout the month of March in order to raise awareness of equality and diversity within Doncaster.
Whoever you support, we support you26 December 2018
Every year one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. That could be hundreds of football players, and thousands of fans.
Sign up for the Red January challenge7 December 2018
Wear red this January, to beat the blues away. Join us in getting active every day and raise vital funds for Mind this Red January .
#OnYourSide | Social cafe at Keepmoat Stadium10 October 2018
Rovers held a social cafe at the Keepmoat Stadium on Monday as part of their partnership with Doncaster Mind.
Supporting mental health3 September 2018
Rovers will support a series of initiatives to help raise awareness about mental health among supporters and residents of the area over the next 12 months.
iFollow Rovers | Matty Blair on EFL's Mind partnership8 August 2018
Rovers player Matty Blair and former Rovers forward Billy Sharp are among those who have praised the EFL's charity partnership with Mind, which runs for the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons.