‘Do One Thing’ on World Mental Health Day
Prioritising our mental health has never been more important.
Whilst more people are aware of mental health and how important it is, we need to demand a different approach to mental health to ensure we support our teammates and ourselves.
Mind’s latest research suggests that more than half of adults (60% of those over the age of 25) and three-quarters of young people (74% of those aged 13-24) said their mental health worsened during the period of lockdown.
That’s why we’re supporting Mind’s World Mental Health Day campaign ‘Do One Thing’ to look after your own and your teammates’ mental health.
To find out more information and for how to get involved with ‘Do One Thing’ on World Mental Health Day, please visit: mind.org.uk/EFL.
'Do One Thing'
Cardiff City FC Community Foundation Director, Gavin Hawkey surprised a member of the team, Ross, with a Cardiff City shirt to recognise the passion and dedication he has shown to supporting and mentoring young people at Cardiff West Community High School through their Premier League Inspires project.
Gavin said: “Ross has made an extraordinary contribution the lives of young people over the last 12 months – so we wanted to let him know that his efforts are recognised and appreciated.
“I’d encourage everyone to get involved and ‘do one thing’ - one small action could make a huge difference to those around you.”
Look after your teammates this World Mental Health Day and ‘Do One Thing’ to support your own and your teammates’ mental health.
Cardiff City FC Community Foundation
The Foundation is the official charity of Cardiff City FC. They use the unique appeal of Cardiff City FC to help children, young people and families achieve their full potential.
The Foundation tackle inequality and overcome barriers by helping people lead healthier, more active lives, education, and employment opportunities, and reducing offending and reoffending.