£1 million given to a 'Load Of Old Rubbish' ... and other eco projects | in News Story
Over £1 million has been awarded today to nine eco-projects throughout England from new grants scheme Ecominds.
New Year's resolutions could be bad for your mental health | in News Story
"New year, new you" is a popular phrase, but in the dawn of 2009, Mind is urging people not to feel obliged to make New Year's resolutions as they can be bad for your mental health.
Mind on Countryfile | in News Story
On 16 November 2008, Countryfile on BBC2 did a segment on Ecotherapy, Mind’s long-running campaign to put green exercise on the mental health agenda.
Olympian Phillips Idowu, Joe McGann and Sophie Anderton join thousands to Get Moving on World Mental Health Day | in News Story
Friday 10 October - mass participation event boosting wellbeing and breaking down the barriers of mental health stigma in Battersea Park, London
Get Moving for mental health | in News Story
England's first mass participation event boosting wellbeing and breaking down the barriers of mental health stigma on 4 - 12 October 2008
Ecominds offers pots of Big Lottery Fund cash to local environmental projects | in News Story
Mental health charity Mind will celebrate the launch of Ecominds, its new multi-million pound grant giving scheme, by holding a garden party in London today
Money does grow on trees for Mind | in News Story
Mind wins £8.8m to fund eco-projects that will tackle stigma and promote mental wellbeing.
- Time to Get Moving | in Time to Change
- Essential criteria for projects | in How to apply
Get outdoors, get active | in Campaign report
Green exercise should be a mainstream treatment option, says Marcus Roberts.
Launch event | in Events
Ecominds launched on 18 September 2008 at the Kensington and Chelsea Mind Meanwhile Wildlife Gardens on a crisp sunny afternoon with an outdoor tea party.
£13K cheque given to Durham Ecominds project | in News Story
A local Durham charity was today handed a giant cheque of £13K from grants scheme Ecominds. The award will give trainees from the college, many of whom experience mental distress, the opportunity to enter a conservation themed garden into the 2009 RHS Tat
- Growing well | in Latest news
- Winthrop park | in Latest news
- Get active | in Our campaigns
- The Key garden | in Events
Venturing into the great outdoors | in Blog Post
Surely all of us could benefit from welcoming a bit more nature into our lives and living in harmony with the seasons?
- Ecominds newsletter 4 | in Latest news
Go Green to beat the blues | in News Story
Leading mental health charity Mind today launches a groundbreaking new report which sets a new green agenda for mental health.
- Mind tells employers and NHS: improve environment to improve mental health | in News Story
Ecominds gives £1.25m boost to national eco-projects | in News Story
Five environmental organisations have been awarded up to £250,000 each to deliver projects as part of the Ecominds grant scheme.
Mind is offering funding for community projects | in News Story
Calling all conservationists and community champions!
Cultivating hope | in Blog Post
Depression awareness week: On Earth Day, Carrie talks about the power of ecotherapy in fighting depression.
Ecominds: Feel better outside, feel better inside | in Blog Post
What do the South Bank Centre, a front garden in Fleet, and a hidden corner of Regent’s Park have in common? They’re just three of 130 projects run by groups funded by Mind through our Ecominds programme that are using green spaces to help improve mental
Feeling better outside: Ecominds and Thames21 | in Blog Post
After experiencing long periods of physical and mental illness, Simon Reddecliffe joined Thames21’s Ecominds project to restore some self-confidence. The experience transformed his life for the better.
Mind over mountain | in Blog Post
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