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Curve Foundation – Helping children & young adults with mental health issues

 

 

Michelle was joined by Emily Hawkes from The Curve Foundation in Chelmsford. Their mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues. They will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting for further help and guidance. They will raise awareness of mental health issues through their fundraising campaigns and projects.

 

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May is both Teenage ‘Self Esteem’ Awareness and National Walking month. It is the perfect time to join the challenge and raise vital funds to help support children and young people with their mental health. Did you know of the young people in the UK, 79% say how they look is very important to them and 52% worry about the way they look. (Statistics from Beat, eating disorder charity.)

This May we are asking you and other members of the Curve Foundation community, to join us in walking, running, cycling, swimming or even scooting to complete our 50 or 100 mile challenge.

 

How to get involved – Miles Over Mind 2022 – Curve Foundation

 

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Curve Foundation – Helping children & young adults with mental health issues

 

 

Michelle was joined by Emily Hawkes from The Curve Foundation in Chelmsford. Their mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues. They will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting for further help and guidance. They will raise awareness of mental health issues through their fundraising campaigns and projects.

 

INTERVIEW

 

May is both Teenage ‘Self Esteem’ Awareness and National Walking month. It is the perfect time to join the challenge and raise vital funds to help support children and young people with their mental health. Did you know of the young people in the UK, 79% say how they look is very important to them and 52% worry about the way they look. (Statistics from Beat, eating disorder charity.)

This May we are asking you and other members of the Curve Foundation community, to join us in walking, running, cycling, swimming or even scooting to complete our 50 or 100 mile challenge.

 

How to get involved – Miles Over Mind 2022 – Curve Foundation

 

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Curve Foundation – Helping children & young adults with mental health issues

 

 

Michelle was joined by Emily Hawkes from The Curve Foundation in Chelmsford. Their mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues. They will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting for further help and guidance. They will raise awareness of mental health issues through their fundraising campaigns and projects.

 

INTERVIEW

 

May is both Teenage ‘Self Esteem’ Awareness and National Walking month. It is the perfect time to join the challenge and raise vital funds to help support children and young people with their mental health. Did you know of the young people in the UK, 79% say how they look is very important to them and 52% worry about the way they look. (Statistics from Beat, eating disorder charity.)

This May we are asking you and other members of the Curve Foundation community, to join us in walking, running, cycling, swimming or even scooting to complete our 50 or 100 mile challenge.

 

How to get involved – Miles Over Mind 2022 – Curve Foundation

 

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Curve Foundation – Helping children & young adults with mental health issues

 

 

Michelle was joined by Emily Hawkes from The Curve Foundation in Chelmsford. Their mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues. They will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting for further help and guidance. They will raise awareness of mental health issues through their fundraising campaigns and projects.

 

INTERVIEW

 

May is both Teenage ‘Self Esteem’ Awareness and National Walking month. It is the perfect time to join the challenge and raise vital funds to help support children and young people with their mental health. Did you know of the young people in the UK, 79% say how they look is very important to them and 52% worry about the way they look. (Statistics from Beat, eating disorder charity.)

This May we are asking you and other members of the Curve Foundation community, to join us in walking, running, cycling, swimming or even scooting to complete our 50 or 100 mile challenge.

 

How to get involved – Miles Over Mind 2022 – Curve Foundation

 

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