Working together to empower better mental health in young people
By 2022, we aim to help 2.5 million young people and their families to access new resources, providing support and guidance on mental health.
Together we’re sharing free resources with and for children and young people, especially those aged 11- 25, using language they understand, and terms they search for.
The free mental health information is available on the Mind website, so everyone can use it. It covers topics like talking to your doctor, feelings and opening up, and understanding Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), with further resources in development.
Wellbeing for Educators
Our training programme is currently in pilot and will launch in September 2020. We hold wellbeing workshops for educators, led by Bupa coaches.
Wellbeing for Educators is designed in partnership with a leading clinical psychologist to help keep your energy up and your mood stable, particularly when life gets tough. It provides practical tools based on three building blocks:
- Physiology – how exercise, diet, sleep, relaxation and connecting with friends and family can positively affect your energy.
- Choices – recognising where you may have slipped into bad habits and helping you make smart choices to preserve and boost your energy
- Mindset – sustaining a positive attitude for better wellbeing.
Helping charities do great things
Since 2015 the Bupa UK Foundation has awarded over £3 million in grants to more than 110 organisations across the UK to improve health and wellbeing.
Take a look at some of the organisations that we’ve been proud to support.
Our grant making 2015 to 2019
The Bupa UK Foundation is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales.Company registration number: 9524970. Registered office: Bupa, 1 Angel Court, London EC2R 7HJ.Registered with the Charity Commission for England & Wales. Charity number 1162759.