Charity supporting teen mental health benefits from quarter marathon
The Wimbledon-based stem4 charity benefited from funds raised by the many runners who participated in the second Autumn Quarter Marathon race organised by the Wimbledon Windmilers Running and Triathlon Club on Wimbledon Common.
stem4, which supports positive mental health in teenagers, had three runners amongst the 204 participating, with several volunteers from stem4 helping with the marshalling and general help. Yvette Nielsony from stem4 and her daughter also baked 100 cup cakes with the new stem4 logo iced on the top.
Pictured L to R (above) Sthen Wisemen, stem4 Trustee, with Dr Kirsten Heilpern.
And next month, stem4 celebrates World Mental Health Day with a Parent Talk on Children and Young People’s Mental Health, at the same time launching the new stem4 website and the development launch of the new app Combined Minds
WHERE: Kings College School Hall, Southside, Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon,
WHEN: Thursday October 3
COST: Suggested donation £10 per head, to include a glass of wine.
September 26, 2019