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Mental Health Week: How do you cope?

Mental Health Week

Mental Health is becoming more highly talked about in our society to raise awareness for ‘one of the great issues of our time’ with a growing number of people in the UK seeking help. BBC One has dedicated two weeks of television time to explore this subject in closer detail, ranging from; news and drama to documentaries.


“Are you Okay?”

Are you okay?

Scotland’s programme ‘See Me’ have released ‘Are you okay?’ awareness video bringing mental health to the foreground of discussion and highlighting a need to battle discrimination, and it’s gone viral! The ‘Power of Okay’ records the poem by Ian Greenhill, performing and voicing in the video to share his experiences of mental health and opening the conversation…


Digital in the Third Sector: Harnessing the power

Harnessing the Power

Social feeds are the lifeblood of digital connection.

This is the personal space in which we publicly endorse, vocally propose, condemn and praise. It’s communal and it’s unceasing; daily we are washed by the newly uploaded 200 million hours of YouTube footage, the 30 billion pieces of digital content shared on Facebook, and sometimes, just sometimes, something sticks. It speaks to us, it guts us, it elevates us. It is this emotive power that can, and needs to be channeled into positive change; we just require the tools with which to take action. Liking isn’t helping.


Changes: We are blowing away the cobwebs!

Blowing away the Cobwebs

Coming soon are some exciting changes to Givey, making giving and doing good easier than ever – and we’ll still be 100% free for charities and users to be registered!


Fancy your brand alongside moments of people making GOOD happen?

Fancy your brand alongside moments of people making GOOD happen?

Givey is launching a new way for your to get your brand right in the amongst the action of doing good! You’ll notice on every post on Givey that’ isn’t matched by an employee’s business, we have a line that lets you know ‘Fees covered by Givey’.