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Make A Positive Difference For Mental Health

  • New Unity @ Newington Green Primary School Mathias Road London, England United Kingdom (map)
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Please note: this event takes place at our temporary 2019 home, Newington Green Primary School. Find out more about the move here.

Passionate change-makers of New Unity! Are you concerned about the huge numbers of people struggling with their mental health? Are you feeling powerless to make a positive difference in your community, but would like to?

You're not alone...

Come to our free Make a Positive Difference for Mental Health event:

  • Sunday 24th February, after the Sunday Gathering 

  • 1.15-2.30pm

  • In the Oak Classroom at Newington Green Primary School

Email now to book your place: Limited spaces available.

You will:

  • Learn about the current work of the Hackney Mental Health Campaign Team

  • Learn campaign organising skills so you can feel empowered to make positive changes in our community

  • Get to know other passionate change-makers from New Unity

  • Find out how you can get involved and what you can do to help others experiencing mental health challenges

What some of our team have to say about the Mental Health Campaign:

Holly: "I thought being in the Mental Health Campaign Team would be too much for me - I had so much going on in my life. But I love it, and it actually helps me with my own mental well-being! My favourite thing so far has been when the Mayor of Hackney told us he will support our Mental Health First Aid training by paying for it, and that he wants to come! And that he wants to help us get more local businesses involved! I felt so powerful and listened to. It was great.”

Estelle: “Mental health and wellbeing is a huge issue for Hackney and the UK in general. Too many people are left isolated, without the support they need. I’m excited about the Hackney Mental Health Campaign Team’s work and how it could improve the lives of those who may be struggling with their mental health.”

Earlier Event: February 24
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Later Event: March 2
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