Mental Health Awareness Week in Falmouth: Nominate someone to receive a free pick-me-up pack from the Co-op

The Co-op is offering to send free pick-me-up packs to people in Falmouth in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.


By Joseph Macey

Posted: Thursday, 14th April 2022 12:08 pm


The Co-op is offering to send free pick-me-up packs to people in Falmouth in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.
The Co-op is offering to send free pick-me-up packs to people in Falmouth in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.
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Do you know someone who deserves a pick-me-up?

Co-op want to help support friends and neighbours in your community to help raise awareness on the importance of mental health. The Co-op is offering to send free pick-me-up packs to people in Falmouth in support of Mental Health Awareness Week (May 9–15). 

Share the love and nominate someone for a free pick-me-up pack containing Fairtrade chocolate, a candle, mindfulness journal and a seed card that can be planted. 

To nominate a friend or family member to receive a free pick-me-up pack email [email protected] with their name and address and put Pick-me-up pack in the subject line. The closing date for nominations is Tuesday, April 19. 

Brighten up someone's day by nominating them to receive this thoughtful free gift. Show them someone cares and help to make sure no-one feels alone. Nominate now while the packs are still available.

One in four people experiences a mental health problem in any one year.

That's why Co-op is working with its charity partners, Mind, the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and Inspire to bring communities together to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Feeling connected to our community supports our mental wellbeing. Co-op's goal is to raise £8 million to bring communities together and improve mental wellbeing. If you'd like to help you can donate online at: Co-op partnership - JustGiving or scan the QR code below to donate.

The Co-op helps fund causes which support the wellness of Falmouth residents through its Local Community Fund.

To find out more about what Co-op is doing to support mental health in your community click here.

You can help choose the local causes that will benefit from Co-op's Local Community Fund when you become a Co-op Member.

Co-op Membership helps support Co-op's national charity partners and Local Community Fund causes. See www.coop.co.uk/membership

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