ACCEPTANCE LOVE COMPASSION
While it's widely accepted that we all live with varying degrees of mental health issues, pre Covid figures showed one in four people in the world will be officially diagnosed with mental health issues at some point in their lives, and this needs to change.
2020 has been a challenging year already, and in hard times it's the poor and the vulnerable that suffer most. Mental health has no prejudice, it doesn't acknowledge post codes or boarders and while each person the charities we support work with has their own unique trauma and on-going challenges, they share an intimate relationship with stress, anxiety and depression. They share a familiarity with mental health issues.
We feel spiritual, emotional and psychological stability is essential if the complex work these charities facilitate is to have any lasting effect. To thrive rather than simply survive we need to take mental health seriously.
A society is only healthy when everyones health is considered.