Charity "mentoring scheme" gives Scotland's refugees the skills to flourish6 February 2019,
The Mental Health Foundation Scotland is today, (6th February) shining a spotlight on its mentoring scheme which pairs Scotland’s refugee and asylum seeking community with employers, equipping them with the life skills, confidence and opportunity to make a full contribution to their new home – as...
Grants Manager, England and Wales
Rachel works with the teams in England and Wales to source grant funding for programmes and the work of the organisation.
Rachel has a Master’s degree in Practical Ethics: Bioethics, the Environment and the Foundations of Law, and a BA in Philosophy.
Rachel has worked...
MHF Live: Paying in your donations
Information on how to pay in your donations from your MHF Live fundraising event. You can do it online, over the phone or by post.
Dunstan Bruce of Interrobang
Dunstan Bruce of band Interrobang tells us about hitting a low point at the age of 50 and how music helped him to come out of this and support his mental health.
Mental Health Youth Collective
We are looking for a panel of creative and passionate young people to help us influence decison-makers.
We are making positive change for young people with chronic illnesses such as arthritis, diabetes, asthma and spina bifida.
Location: London, SE1
Salary: £33,143 -£37,000 per annum
Deadline: Monday 4 March 2019
We want to recruit an experienced media professional to join us and amplify our voice. This role will include promoting our Make It Count education campaign and publicising our work during Mental Health Awareness Week – a national event we launched 18 years ago.
Location: Glasgow based (Scotland wide)
Salary: Grade C £28,000 - £30,000
Deadline: Monday 25 February 2019
MHF Scotland are looking to recruit a Project Coordinator to lead the implementation of two new programmes to be piloted in schools across Scotland; “MHF Stress Less” and the “MHF Peer Education Programme”, while engaging pupils, parents and schools with campaign activities more broadly.
How The Archers is showing the impact on the whole family when a loved one goes to prison14 February 2019, Jolie Goodman
Read about how the BBC Radio 4 show 'The Archers', is highlighting the impact of a loved one going to prison, on the whole families mental health.
Your green ribbon stories
We asked: "why will you be wearing the green ribbon pin?" Here are your answers.