Get involved to help support people struggling with mental ill-heath
Talking is key to wellbeing, there’s nothing like a good cup of tea and chat to show you care about how someone is feeling. Showing an interest in a person’s wellbeing has reciprocal benefits for you too! You never really know someone until you have time to actually listen to what they’re saying. In the busy world we live in, it’s easy to walk by rather than say hi, how are you?
It’s a chance for everyone to hold a gathering and spend quality time talking to family, friends, neighbours or colleagues.
We believe that with appropriate support everyone has the ability to take steps that will improve their emotional wellbeing and become emotionally resilient.
Just talking to someone impartial helped me gain more perspective.
Behind every face is a story, take time to find out, you’ll be surprised what some people are dealing with.
So the idea is simple, spend quality time with people you care about and the icing on the cake is raising vital funds at the same time to maintain the services we provide!
Talking Tea Parties are your chance to make a difference, raise awareness and myth bust.
Just like physical health, mental ill-health can affect anyone, from young people to the older generation. The stigma that exists around mental health often stops people reaching out for support. Currently 1 in 4 people are struggling with a mental health issue, whether that’s mild anxiety, panic attacks, bereavement, loneliness or severe depression.
As part of our ongoing effort to raise awareness, reduce stigma around mental ill-health and to raise vital resources to maintain services, we need you to sign up today to hold a party at home or in the office. Choose a convenient date that suits you and get brewing!
To receive your Tea Party pack, please email your name, address, contact number and party date to [email protected] or call our Admin Team on 01371 876641.
Anne's Abseil (1)
Event Date: 05/05/2019
Anne is abseiling down Harlow water tower for her own personal reasons. 'We never know what will be dealt to us in life as we get on with our careers and bringing up our families. We meet those challenges as best we can and are lucky if we have support from family and friends to help us through t
Bath Half Marathon (1)
Event Date: 15/03/2020
I’m not a natural runner and as I write this I can barely wobble around a 5K, but I have taken the plunge to sign up to a half marathon and now I’m committed!
Ben's Parachute Jump (1)
Event Date: 29/05/2019
We would like to support the great work you do and help raise Mental health awareness.
Cycle to Southwold (1)
Event Date: 19/04/2019
In memory of Paul Heales
We are raising money for a worthy cause, raising a glass or two of Adnams to celebrate a great man. It's a social event that people can join in at any time or share a beer with us along the way or at the end.
London Marathon (1)
Event Date: 26/04/2020
Sarah is taking on the iconic London Marathon next year and would really love your support.
Mind in West Essex is a charity I feel very strongly about and am excited to run for. Mental Health affects everyone and sometimes we need just need some support
NCS Static Cycle (1)
Event Date: 18/07/2019
We are passionate about mental health and aim to break the stigma that has been created by others around it. We have chosen Mind in West Essex for our NCS charity because we all feel the need to support those who may not have anyone to talk to, and we have all been affected by mental health eithe
Snowdon Challenge (1)
Event Date: 27/07/2019
After last years terrifying challenge of reaching the summit of Ben Nevis I have decided to put myself through a similar challenge this July.
Walk to Talk (1)
Event Date: 28/09/2019
In September Last year myself and my friends walked 17 miles from Newport to Cambridge.
We raised £1500 for Mind. I want it to be a yearly event.
Mental health affects so many people and it means the world to me to be able to raise money to a charity that is close to my heart.