What are we offering this year?
We are offering a range of digital assets this year to help raise awareness around mental health. These include origami green ribbons, mindful colouring sheets, social media cover photos, posts, email signatures, and digital signage. Whether you want to take part in one activity, or encourage your employees to participate in a number, we have a variety of different options available to help you show kindness to yourself and others.
How do I get involved?
Simply download the resources that you would like to use from our Green Ribbon website. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to take part in the campaign online, so you can also download Green Ribbon toolkit with further instructions on how to plan and share your campaign with your networks and colleagues, and support one another to #endthestigma.
What has this to do with kindness?
The theme for 2020’s Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘kindness’ and we believe that showing support for a colleague is a kind act that anyone can do, and spending time engaging in an activity shows kindness to yourself.
Is there a cost?
You are welcome to donate to The Lord Mayor’s Appeal if you’d like to raise money to help #endthestigma, though the campaign’s primary aim is to raise awareness around mental health.
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Register for This Is Me
This is Me helps raise awareness through the Green Ribbon Campaign, #endthestigma, and open up the conversation through This is Me Storytelling.
Register to receive your 'How to participate guide'.