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HappiMe C.I.C

HappiMe C.I.C is crowdfunding

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raised of £100 target by 4 supporters

Weʼre raising £100 to offer free mental health workshops to students who have been impacted by Covid-19.

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HappiMe was launched in 2015 by mother & daughter team, Jo Richings & Abby Pickles. On a mission to inspire Bristol's young people to feel happier, more confident & more mentally healthy, the duo decided to put their skills together to create a not-for-profit with improving children's mental health at its core.

Now offering coaching, therapy & workshops to children, families & the professionals who work with them, HappiMe continues to grow - but due to the colossal impact of Covid-19, the team needs YOUR help.

After the huge impact of Covid-19 on the nation's children & young people, HappiMe would love to raise enough money to offer free mental health workshops to the year 6 & year 11 pupils most affected by the pandemic, both emotionally & academically.

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    • Alex

      Alex

      Jul 27, 2020

      £25.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 27, 2020

      Well done happime

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 20, 2020

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 20, 2020

      Great cause! Good luck.

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    HappiMe C.I.C

    Bristol

    After the huge impact of Covid-19 on the nation's children & young people, HappiMe would love to raise enough money to offer free mental health workshops to the year 6 & year 11 pupils most affected by the pandemic, both emotionally & academically.

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