Below you can find the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.
Buying Happiful in print
You can find the magazine on the shelves in Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, and Waitrose. You can check which stores near you stock Happiful with our store finder here
Yes, you can order individual copies and buy subscriptions in our online shop
Yes, you can order back copies here
Yes! You can buy subscriptions of varying lengths in our online shop
or alternatively, you can subscribe for free online here
If you have a subscription or have bought a magazine online, your order will be fulfilled by Newsstand
). In the first instance, please direct your enquiry to Newsstand by emailing them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or calling them on: +44 (0)1227 277248
Yes! The digital magazine is completely free and you will not be charged. We do not take any payment details from you, just your email address so we can send you your magazine each month.
If you’ve subscribed to the digital magazine online, remember to click on the link in the confirmation email we send through to make sure you start receiving the e-mag as soon as possible.
If you have confirmed but it still isn't coming through, check you spam folder. If it did end up in there, check the box that says 'mark as not spam' to make sure it goes into your inbox in the future.
Please note that we are currently not accepting external pitches for articles. This is a temporary measure due to limited internal resource, and we will update this page when we are able to accept contributions again. Thank you for understanding!
The first step is to read the contributor’s guidelines,
these guidelines will help you craft an effective pitch and have details of how to contact us.
To give yourself the best chance of being featured in Happiful magazine, or online, make sure that you have read previous issues, understand our voice, and the type of content that we publish.
We pay freelance writers for work published in Happiful magazine and rates are decided on a case-by-case basis.
We receive a large number of pitches every day, but do endevour to reply to every one of them eventually. To allow us enough time to fully consider your idea, please wait one week before sending a follow up.
First, have a look at previously published True Stories, such as Henrietta's, Sarah's,
to get an idea of the type of story, structure, and tone of these pieces. If you think this is something that you want to do for us, send us a brief outline of your story to email@example.com
, and we will be in touch shortly.
In order to maintain the authenticity of our True Stories, we do not pay for these.
Happiful regularly features charities, non-profit organisations, and social enterprises that are doing good in the world. If you work for an organisation making a change for the better, please send us a press release to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is judged on a case by case basis, however, all advertisements have to be relevant to mental health and our mission to create a healthier, happier society.