CM Foundation

August 15, 2019

3rd & 4th October 2019 – McDiarmid Park, Perth, PH1 2SJ

August 8, 2019

Together, We Will Meet Our Goals – Fundraising Pack

Together, We Will Meet Our Goals – Fundraising Pack   Do you want to help raise funds for the Chris Mitchell Foundation and help train even more people in Mental Health First Aid within Scottish football?   We have recently teamed up with the fantastic team at SNS Group to create a superb Fundraising Pack with all the information you need to help you on your way to achieving your fundraising goals!   ????Email laura@cmfoundation.org.uk for a copy of our Fundraising Pack today, or download your Fundraising Pack now.
April 6, 2019

Charity Gig – OTIUM

On Saturday 13 April 2019 legendary ukulele singalong sensations OTIUM will be hosting a Charity Gig at Allanwater Brewhouse in aid of the foundation. There will be an afternoon music session from 3pm till 6pm, followed by a raffle, beer quiz and auction between 7:30pm to 9pm and then Otium will be back on stage till 10:30pm, for a singalong pharmaciepourhomme.fr/! Entry is FREE, so please come along and join us for what promises to be a great day and night!
March 1, 2019

Grangemouth Contractors Safety Alliance (GCSA) Premier Screening of #NoStigma

Click here to watch #NoStigma Short Film On Friday 22 February 2019 the Chris Mitchell Foundation had the honour of being invited along to the premier screening of #NoStigma – a mental health awareness short film commissioned by the Grangemouth Contractors Safety Alliance (GCSA) and developed and produced in association with Forth Valley College. The event was hosted by GCSA at the Ineos Exhibition Centre to promote and raise mental health awareness throughout the Grangemouth complex. We would encourage everyone to watch this excellent piece of work – we are certain it will help save lives. This was a difficult piece for us to watch as a family as it mirrored very closely the final weeks of Chris’ life. The Grangemouth Complex is a male dominated working environment, not dissimilar to that of Scottish football, and the stigma of men feeling too ashamed to reach out and ask for help is one that GCSA want to change. We would like to thank GCSA for inviting us along to share Chris’ story and for their extremely generous donation of £1,000 to support the work of the foundation. We are certain this will be the start of a strong working partnership going forward and we are excited to see how we can work together. #NoStigma