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 Our mission is to help as many young people and their families to deal positively with the challenges and trauma caused by mental health issues. Far too many members of our society currently have their lives turned upside down by anxiety, attachment disorders, stress, low self-esteem or depression.


We want to change that, we want to give them their hope back, we want to help them believe in themselves.

  Bee-lieve Foundation aims to support our community by providing specific training for teachers, Learning Support Assistants, parents and carers. This will facilitate intervention programmes in schools to directly support young people struggling with their mental health and well being.

We aim to provide regular drop-in sessions for parents to talk with others facing similar challenges at home and signpost them to other support groups within the local area.

 We also aim to help provide some respite for families by offering family activities or days out and encouraging participation in regular physical exercise, sport, music, art and crafts, performing arts, gardening and other outdoor activities.   Bee-lieve Foundation will assist by providing funding support if required.

Positive mental health & well being are the bedrock of a happy and successful life. Happy people contribute more positively to society and inspire those around them thus happy people lead to stronger and more successful communities.

Our vision for more positive mental health starts by changing every individual within our classrooms. By doing this we can change our schools, leading to change in our communities. If we can change enough communities, we can change the world.


Our vision is that every child and every adult understands that there are no stigmas attached to mental health issues.  There cannot be good health without good mental health and this comes from sharing our worries or anxieties.


   Bee-lieve Foundation's vision is for everyone to understand that our mental health is a priority, our happiness is an essential and self-care is a necessity.


Mental health should not be the single largest cause of disability in the UK. It’s time to change it together.


Bee-lieve Foundation Trustees:

Mr Steve Tindall (Founder),

Dr Mike Meredith (Chair),

Dr Alison D'Amario,

Mr Chris Fields (Treasurer),

Miss Niamh Hunter (Secretary)

Our Vision

“The most extraordinary people in the world today don’t have a career. They have a mission.”


- Vishen Lakhiani  


Our Mission

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