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raised of £13,000 target by 15 supporters

Weʼre raising £13,000 to help our charity open a new Wellbeing Centre in Muirend, Glasgow that will provide free programmes to support young people's mental health.

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For the past four years, Cultivating Mindfulness has been devoted to making mindfulness and wellbeing programmes more accessible in the community helping individuals to enhance their mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

Our charity has measured the impact of our programmes and the positive changes they have made to the quality of adults and young people's lives to feel less anxious, stressed and depressed to feeling more connected, alive, happier, kinder, contented and resilient.

The current crisis and lockdown has impacted us all in various ways including the mental health of young people. We believe more support is needed in the community to provide accessible, relevant and age appropriate mindfulness and wellbeing programmes to meet the needs of young people aged 12-15 years, 16-18 years and 19-21 years at no cost to parents.

To ensure additional support is available to young people and their parents, we plan to open a new Wellbeing Centre in Muirend, Glasgow close to numerous bus routes and a few minutes walk from Muirend train station. Our aim is to help young people feel empowered to manage their own mental health and feel confident, kind and resilient to cope more skilfully with life.

We need to make modifications to the building to meet the required fire and safety regulations to fully utilise the space. We need your help to raise £13,000 to make this happen. 80% of this cost is for materials. We would be happy to provide you with a list of the materials if there is something specific you would like to donate to our project. Please send us an email to to request this.

The Wellbeing Centre will offer opportunities to learn new ways to relax and establish a balanced, healthier and happier lifestyle that incorporates the mind as well as the body using the various activities that will be available to young people and the whole community.

Additional alternative and accessible mental health support in our community has never been as important, as it is now.


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  • Julie Griffin11 hrs ago
    Julie Griffin

    Julie Griffin

    11 hrs ago

    We have now achieved an incredible 39% of our £13.5k, that's over £5k needed for the opening of The Wellbeing Centre in just over 2 weeks with your help and the help of three amazing community caring businesses. We are still looking for donations OR an Electrician, Plasterer/decorator, a Joiner/Labourer to donate their time and some materials to complete a few essential works that still need doing to open. Do you know a tradesman or company who would be willing to help us in some way, if so email

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  • Julie Griffin17 days ago
    Julie Griffin

    Julie Griffin

    17 days ago
    Update from the Page owner

    Thank you so much!

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Page last updated on: 8/7/2020 16.26



  • Donna


    Jul 23, 2020

    Good Luck JULIE x

  • Gemma


    Jul 23, 2020

    Great resource for young people.


  • Debbie S

    Debbie S

    Jul 23, 2020

    Best of luck with the project, what a brilliant resource for the community!


  • Ann Marie Weir

    Ann Marie Weir

    Jul 23, 2020

    Good luck


  • Anonymous


    Jul 23, 2020


  • Anne Marie McGonigal

    Anne Marie McGonigal

    Jul 22, 2020


  • Margaret Morrissey

    Margaret Morrissey

    Jul 22, 2020

    Every Little helps.. xxxx


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