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raised of £200 target by 164 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,237 to fund the vital work of LATNEM Maternal Mental Health peer support

    Funded on Saturday, 15th May 2021

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    LATNEM support mums from all over the North East of Scotland with their mental health. We were founded in 2020 and have seen demand soar in the pandemic.

    To celebrate turning one we would like to ask our littlest supporters to get moving and take part in our sponsored toddle; 'a mile for mummy'.

    Mums, Dads, Grannies, aunties and uncles can take part too and can certainly help by sponsoring our little athletes.

    Your money really makes a difference to the lives of mums and families we support.

    What your donations mean to us:

    £1 = refreshments for 4 mums at a support meeting

    £5 = A mindfulness resource for a mum struggling with anxiety

    £8 = A birth trauma reference book

    £10 = A family meal

    £18 = An hour of childcare so that a mum can see a mental health professional alone.

    £20 = A self-care package for a local mum staying in a Mother and Baby Mental Health Unit

    £80 = A group session with a Mindfulness Practitioner

    £100 = A group session with a Perinatal Chartered Clinical Psychologist

    …and so, so much more!

    You can sponsor the wonderful children below to complete their "mile for mummy":

    Jack Singers Age 4

    Abi (8) and Georgia (3) Skene

    Georgia Wigley Age 2

    Sophie Mackenzie Age 3

    Lola Borg Age 4

    Lillian Smith Age 2

    Maisie (3) and Hollie-Mae (6 months) Mitchell

    Silas Cawood Age 2

    Alfie Lilley Age 3

    Emmy Bowman (8)

    Charlie (9), Jack (7), Will (4) and Elle (7 months) Fraser

    Ruairidh (3) and Finlay (8 months) Payne

    Isla Knight-Burnett Age 3

    Mara Moir Age 3

    Jiyan (4) and Shay (16 months) Gordhania

    Isobel Grant Age 3

    Fern (8) and Willow (3)

    Ethan and Owen Craig

    Ruaridh Macdonald

    Ben Silvers Age 11 months

    Ewan Dewar

    Finn Parson




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      • Limani family

        Limani family

        Jan 29, 2021

        Jiyan and Shay well done!! Serving the needs of others is such beautiful thing!


      • Kate Skene

        Kate Skene

        Jan 27, 2021

        From Nana Well done Abi & Georgia


      • Heather bennett

        Heather bennett

        Jan 27, 2021

        Sponsoring my nieces fern and willow , so proud of you both and your wonderful mummy , such a valuable resource for mums and mums to be . Well done girls heather , Neil Erin and Ethan xx


      • Carron Easdon

        Carron Easdon

        Jan 26, 2021

        Fantastic cause! Hope you'll be able to keep up your good work for many years to come. And well done to Ben and Vivien for completing their mile :) xx


      • Peter Grant

        Peter Grant

        Jan 25, 2021

        From grandad for isobel Grant


      • Anonymous


        Jan 25, 2021

      • Anne Grant

        Anne Grant

        Jan 25, 2021

        For isobel Grant and freind


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      Did you know that around 1 in 5 Mums will develop a mental illness in the ante/perinatal period? At LATNEM we are mums with lived experience. We’ve been there and now provide a safe, free peer support group for mums in the Grampian area.

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