Amazing Us is a campaign designed to enable business & individuals to improve the wellbeing, mental health & resilience of children within their own communities. 

We'd like to thank the following for their support. 

Working together for wellbeing in the community
The cost of a fund-match sponsorship is just £250 per year. The average primary school has around 260 pupils who would benefit from your sponsorship
Derek & Shona Tate understand the importance of good health and well-being, both physical and mental, and how mindfulness is an important part of achieving this. Their business BASS Chamonix Limited/Parallel Dreams Coaching is all about helping others enjoy the outdoors and in particular snowsports. Derek says, “we are delighted to be supporting the Amazing Me programme again as it is vital to get children understanding the importance of mindfulness from an early age”.
The construction industry has some of the highest levels of reported mental health issues. As part of their commitment to the prevention of poor mental health of our future workforce, Guildprime sponsors a number of schools in Essex
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Crushes Manor Clinic is delighted to offer complete sponsorship for Amazing Me  to ensure that schools can develop good mental health and well-being within their community.
Why do we need to improve wellbeing?
* Soaring rates of anxiety & depression
* 1 in 10 children have a clinically
diagnosable mental health condition
* 50% mental health conditions start by age 14
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Bev Peeling sponsored a school in Colchester
First Digital Print Solutions are offering funding for schools who would like an Amazing Me subscription for one year.
Let First Digital Print Solutions provide you with a free print audit to help reduce your reprographic cost, improve your printing fleet and lower your carbon footprint.
In turn we will sponsor a placement for your school on the Amazing Me Programme.
Conditions apply. Contact Amazing Minds for details.
The Little Edi Foundation is an Essex based non-profit, listening to the needs of the most vulnerable children and families. Little Edi sponsor a school in Chelmsford.