The aim of Mindapples is to help everyone take better care of their minds. Research carried out by Mindapples and the charity Mind in 2013 showed that more than half of the people surveyed had never thought about the health of their minds, and 56% of the people wanted to know more about their mental… Continue reading »
World Mental Health Day should be a chance to celebrate our minds and discuss what we need as a society. We need to encourage people to look after their minds, minimise the factors that can make people ill, get people help early, and help people recover quickly. It’s time for a change. We all have mental health, and looking after our minds is a normal part of having a successful life. So, if we can look after our bodies by brushing our teeth, or eating an apple, what about our minds?
This World Mental Health Day, Mindapples founder Andy Gibson asks “What’s next for mental health?” E-mail us your ideas at email@example.com Happy World Mental Health Day from the Mindapples team, we will be at Southwark Cathedral today from 11am – 2pm by London Bridge. Come by and share your 5-a-day with us!
Mindapples is 4 today. On 29th February 2008, I submitted the original proposal to Social Innovation Camp that led to the creation of the Mindapples campaign, and ultimately the organisation it is today. Yes, that’s right, we are a leap-year baby. The idea for Mindapples came originally from my conversations with my dear friend, Jo… Continue reading »
This summer, we’re taking Mindapples to the masses. First, we launched our campaign with our health showcase pop-up health farm, The Big Treat, with Courvoisier, Crussh, SavvyCook and many other great brands. Now, we’re taking the Mindapples Tree on tour to festivals all round Britain, spreading the word about looking after our minds to people… Continue reading »