North Tyneside’s silver volunteer award 2017

As you may or may not be aware Anxious Minds is run mainly by volunteers including our Chief Executive and sessional staff who work long hours for very little money, day after day to provide better mental health services to the people we serve in the North East. In 2017

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Amazing young North East people

A big thank you to the team of amazing young people, who decided to raise funds and awareness for Anxious Minds. We were delighted to meet some lovely young people and have a chat with them about mental well-being before they set off for a walk around Newcastle to raise

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Ain’t no Mountain high enough

A big thank you to local soldier, family and friends who climbed a mountain in Wales to raise funds for Anxious Minds. The Hope family raised over £5000 this money was spent on opening the Hope Recovery Centre in Meadow well where we provide art and craft, mindfulness workshops, a

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Local Teacher runs half marathon in support of Anxious Minds

Massive thank you to North Tyneside teacher, Jamie Thom who ran a gruelling half marathon to raise funding for Anxious Minds, Jamie’s money was spent on providing more peer support groups and because of Jamie’s unselfish act hundreds of people in the North East were supported immediately in 2017  

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Local boxer takes up the fight

Fighting to raise awareness about Anxious Minds A big thank you to a local North East lad, who decided to advertise Anxious Minds during his fights, and congratulations on winning all his bouts. After talking to the young man on the phone he explained how important it is for more

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We were very proudly nominated for the Entrepreneurs Forum’s Emerging Talent Award. Although we did not win the award, the Board decided to support Anxious Minds at this year’s Awards dinner, as one of five chosen charities. After they received a record number of nominations. We are delighted that our

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Our wonderful Operations Manager and one of the founders of Anxious Minds, Kathleen Redpath was shortlisted on the regional heat at Forward Ladies not for profit category. Kathleen is a volunteer who has worked relentlessly, day and night, in order to continue to develop Anxious Minds. Kathleen is utterly dedicated

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We are delighted to have been recognised for supporting veterans and their families as this cause is very close to our hearts at Anxious Minds. We are very proud of the work we do to help those who serve.

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