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Ambeya’s fundraising adventure
A photo of a Sahara desert at night
We are delighted to hear that one of our young ambassadors, Ambeya Begum, is doing more fundraising for Our Time this year. She will be participating in a sponsored trek across the Sahara Desert to raise £2000 for the charity.
Graffik Gallery fundraising event
Photo showing a crowd of people at Our Time's auction, including Our Time CEO Dympna Cunnane
On 16th May we held a fundraiser at Graffik Gallery, which raised much needed funds for the charity. Thank you to everyone who made the evening a success.
Our Time is on BBC Radio 4’s All in the Mind
We’re delighted that Dr Alan Cooklin, founder of Our Time, and two of Our Time's wonderful ambassadors, Ambeya and Kiera, had the opportunity to be part of BBC Radio 4’s #AllintheMind programme.
Visiting Plymouth
Child's drawing of a brain
Dympna Cunnane (CEO) and Esther Malvern (Operations Director) travelled to Plymouth to visit Plymouth KidsTime Workshop and see their excellent work in action.
Brand new KidsTime Workshops
Participants at KidsTime Workshop
We’re delighted to announce that we have four new KidsTime Workshops up and running in Barnet, Westminster, Birmingham and Brent.
Round Table equipment donation
Wirral KidsTime Workshop leaders
The Wirral KidsTime Workshop has received a generous donation of sound and filming equipment from Round Table in Wirral.
Correspondence with the Prime Minister
Downing Street
In response to Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement around mental health support earlier this year, Our Time wrote to her to draw attention to the vulnerability of children who have a parent with a mental illness.
‘Who Cares?’ awareness raising events in Barnet
Attendees at Barnet awareness raising event
This February we ran four events with 27 secondary schools in Barnet to raise awareness of children of parents with a mental illness and start to explore what they, as schools, can do to support them.