Support Steve and the Bee-lieve Foundation
To mark thirty years in Catholic education, Steve Tindall (Headteacher at Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Addlestone, Surrey) has established a charitable trust entitled Bee-lieve Foundation.
Bee-lieve aims to help young people suffering from mental health illnesses and their cause is beginning to gather some momentum via word of mouth, email and particularly on social media.
On Saturday 19th September, Steve and some friends will be doing a marathon walk for mental health from Westminster Cathedral to Holy Family via all the schools Steve has worked in during his career. Details of the walk and the cause can be found on the Beelieve Foundation website: https://www.beelievefoundation.co.uk/
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, there has never been a more important time to support the mental health of our nation. This is particularly relevant for children who have been trying to cope with months of social isolation from their friends. Bee-lieve Foundation is here to provide invaluable support for children and their families as we begin to re-adjust to a very different world.
If you would like to make a donation to support the Foundation, please follow the link here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/beelieve-foundation
Mental Health Matters.