Nobody should face a mental health problem alone.
Norwich Mind is a charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
The team at Indigo Swan are proud to support Norwich Mind. Please get involved or donate in any way you can, your support will be greatly appreciated and needed.
Norwich Mind exist to provide excellent care and support for people with, and at risk of, mental health problems. They do this through the diversity of acceptable and effective services and through the provision of public awareness raising.
They provide services to approximatley 2,500 people each year, of whom about 400 may have a severe and enduring mental health problem.
In Norfolk the charity employ nearly 70 people across 17 programmes, whose services (or programees) are organised around four key themes that reflect the key areas where we can be of help: these are Personalisation & Recovery, Psychological Therapies, Social Inclusion and Welbeing.
Indigo Swan hosted its hotly anticipated ‘Big Indigo Charity Quiz’ recently at the impressive Norwich Football stadium, where we raised
It’s the time of year when the Indigo Swan fundraising calendar begins to fill up. We’re doing bake sales, thinking
Our 2017 charity quiz was our biggest yet! We welcome over 90 guests, across 22 teams, to the event which
We decided to do a spot of planking in the office to raise some funds for Mind & we discovered
At the end of September, James (W) and his friend Ninnie will be competing in the first Tour de Norfolk!
Louise will be getting down & dirty at the Tough Mudder course in London on the 17th Sept, 5 miles
Two of the super fit action swans (Aimee & Sarah) will be running a 10k road race with 2,998 other
For the second year in a row, we took part in Run Norwich! More swans than ever took part this
We will be baking all sorts of goodness to raise funds for Norwich Mind, if you are in Norwich in
Our first cake sale of the year was held in April, raising funds for Norwich Mind. We had a wide