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Jobs at West Kent Mind

Would you like to be part of our dynamic Community Development team who strive to raise awareness of mental health in the local community? You will be a passionate, energetic individual able to develop and deliver innovative fundraising campaigns, organise and run events with a creative, imaginative and entrepreneurial approach, and organise corporate sponsorship campaigns as well as devise and manage individual fundraising initiatives. A key component of this role will be to manage and drive the web based and social media element to the...

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Women in Blues

Women In Blues is a very special blues concert celebrating the role of women blues performers from both the U.K. and the U.S. with three exceptional musicians and their bands. On Wednesday 27 June, 8pm at The Stag Plaza, Debbie Bond (U.S.), Katie Bradley & Fran McGillivray. This is the Doug Revell Memorial Concert, an annual event raising funds for West Kent Mind. Debbie Bond is known as ‘The Queen of Alabama Blues’ – she will be singing and playing guitar with her partner, ‘Radiator Rick’ on keyboard, harmonica and foot bass with backing...

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Resilience

Two mothers from Sevenoaks with a passion for improving children’s lives are organising a screening of the award-winning documentary Resilience.  This is the first screening of this film in Kent. They want to help our whole society to wake up to the impact of childhood trauma. Tonbridge School on Thursday 19 July at 7.30pm.  Tickets £8 from Eventbrite. All proceeds to go to West Kent Mind. The findings of the Adverse Childhood Effects study (1998) have revealed the most important public health findings of a generation. Scientists now realise...

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Our Youngest Fundraiser

West Kent Mind are proud to introduce our youngest ever fundraiser, Freya Durrell. Aged just 10, Freya has decided that she would like to help individuals who are suffering with poor mental health. She contacted West Kent Mind to see if that would be possible. We are delighted that Freya has chosen to support our charity, and she already has her own JustGiving page where you can support her. Freya says ‘I am fundraising for West Kent Mind because I want to help children and young people suffering.’ We look forward to helping her...

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Blue Hair Day

To mark Mental Health Awareness week, James decided to dye his hair West Kent Mind Blue! A big thank you to James for his continued support....

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