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Take part in The Grand Slam this summer and you'll help us continue our crucial work - you'll also help open up the conversation around mental health. Please note, this event is not organised by the Charlie Waller Trust but a third party event organiser - Freddie Fox with proceeds donated to the Trust. Please click the Register your team button and fill in the 'contact us' form. A member of our team will put you in contact with Freddie Fox event organiser. Please note, this event is not organised by the Charlie Waller Trust but a third party event organiser. The BRIT Challenge is inviting students and staff at every UK university and college to participate in an exciting 2, mile challenge.
Following the success of the Global Youth Summit, now is the time to act. Here is how young people can build on their attendance at the Summit and support the COVID recovery efforts in their own local communities. Recognizing that all solutions start with a single step, the Global Youth Summit concluded with a challenge to all young people to take three steps to tackle the impact of COVID and build back better from the pandemic:.
The Covid pandemic continues to affect all our lives in many ways. Others have found the crisis, lockdown, and now the move out of lockdown, have had a negative impact on their mental health. Our work has become more important than ever. It is crucial that we all learn practical ways to be kind to ourselves, to look after our mental health and to practise self-compassion.