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An amazing opportunity to sow a seed...

Sow a seed

Sow a seed

When I started this programme I was in a deep depression. Now, I am completely out of it. The sessions have helped me to meet amazing people, to learn and to really relax.

– Participant



sow a seed?

  • 1 in 5 women in England have a common mental health problem such as anxiety, depression or self-harm*

  • Women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with anxiety.**

  • 39% of women aged 16 and over in the UK are not active enough to get the full health benefits of sport and physical activity.***

* October 2021





will your seed grow?

By impacting the lives of those who have a desire to improve their overall wellbeing and giving them an opportunity to:

  • reduce stress and anxiety;

  • increase positive emotions; 

  • improve individual resilience, confidence, self-worth and more


Please see the 'At a Glance' report available for download below and the  'about' and 'programme' pages for more information.

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will you reap?

Knowing that you've helped turn a challenging season in someones mental and physical wellbeing, in to one of hope, having seen evidence that change is possible and sustainable.

To see the impact the programme has had over the last 12 months and the difference you could help make, please download our 'At a Glance' report HERE.

To see how participants are helping to give back to the programme in a beautifully creative way, by utilising an activity they discover during the 6 Weeks, please visit:

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We also work in partnership with local charities and organisations such as: Ruils, Richmond Carers, Richmond & Twickenham Job Centre.


We partner with Shepherd's Star as part of their Explore programme, to deliver the 7 Steps from the Love Me programme, to enhance wellbeing amongst those in our community who may be facing, or at risk of experiencing economic or social disadvantage. We've also enjoyed working in collaboration with local schools/home-schooling groups


The Love Me Mini Handbooks have been distributed to women's prisons around the UK and a digital version of this programme is shared with vulnerable women around the country via a new Content Hub.

The Love Me Women's Wellbeing programme is kindly supported by LiveWell, Kew, the Active Richmond Fund, the National Lottery Community Fund. and generous individuals.

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