fundraising

Jerome Flynn, MiSP Patron

We are delighted to introduce Mindfulness in Schools Project patron: Jerome Flynn. Jerome is a distinguished actor who has appeared on our screens in award-winning and popular TV series such as ITV’s Solder Solder, BBC’s Ripper Street, Netflix’s Black Mirrror and HBO’s Game of Thrones. As well as being an international TV and film star, […]

Join Emily on the Great Run

by Emily Brierley – MiSP Youth Ambassador It was such an honour and privilege to be asked to be MiSP’s first Youth Ambassador, after this year’s conference. This role is still in its infancy, yet I have had some wonderful opportunities already to raise awareness of the importance of mindfulness for children, the vital role […]

Paddling a marathon distance for MiSP's A Million Minds Matter appeal!

On September 14th, our supporter Anne McMunn will race a full-size Chinese dragon boat 21.6 miles along the Thames as part of an intrepid team of local families in The Great River Race in London. Joining over 330 crews from all around the globe, Anne’s 40 foot craft will paddle upriver from Millwall to Richmond […]

“I am not my mind”- Bedridden for five years, MiSP supporter takes on the Camino de Santiago to fundraise for A Million Minds Matter

In 2001 Kate Delaney was a fit, well and active graduate with her whole life in front of her when she was suddenly incapacitated by a mysterious illness. Rapidly deteriorating, she became immobilized, house-bound and dependent on her parents as carers whilst doctors investigated her condition but remained mystified. Experiencing seizures, rapid weight loss and […]

Why I Run

by Chivonne Preston I am not a natural runner. My kindly-meant-but-honest children say I run more like a hippo than a cheetah and it is true, I do run heavily and reluctantly with a grim determination. But unlike a hippo, I don’t run to threaten a competitor or to protect my habitat… I run to […]

Mental Health Awareness Week – why ‘A Million Minds Matter’

by Chivonne Preston, CEO of MiSP Mental Health Awareness Week has taken place across the UK to raise awareness of the problems and stigmas around talking about and getting support for mental health issues. Here at MiSP, we are only too aware of the mental health crisis happening within our schools and are campaigning to […]