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We are delighted to announce that Richmond Borough Mind has won this year’s Best Charity Award at the Richmond Business Awards for our Mindkit youth project.
Richmond Borough Mind has been chosen by Waitrose Hampton to be one of the good causes shoppers can vote for in store as part of their Community Matters scheme. You have until the end of October to cast your votes.
On Saturday 10 October the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked World Mental Health Day by taking part in our new youth wellbeing project, Mindkit, at Harrow College.
The October/November 2015 edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.
Over the summer we asked our service users to provide feedback on their Experience in Mind. Responses were positive, with 85% saying they probably or definitely would recommend us to friends or family.
There are still spaces available to train as Youth Wellbeing Trainers for our Mindkit project. We are seeking volunteers with personal experience of mental health problems to work together to deliver wellbeing sessions to young people in schools, colleges, youth centres and other settings in Richmond Borough.
The August/September 2015 edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.
We are holding our Volunteers' Summer Tea Party on Tuesday, 25 August (4pm to 7pm) at Oddfellows Hall, 15 Parkshot, TW9 2RG, opposite Richmond Adult Community College. All Richmond Borough Mind volunteers are welcome to come along.
To celebrate being voted Sainsbury’s (Manor Circus) Charity of the Year for the second year running we will be hosting a two-day Summer Bag Pack event on Friday, 31st July and Saturday, 1st August at the store on Lower Richmond Road.
We're very excited to announce that Richmond Borough Mind has been chosen to be Sainsbury's (Manor Circus) Charity of the Year for the second year running!