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15 May 2023

Shout teams up with the Harry Kane Foundation for Mental Health Awareness Week

We’re delighted to be kicking off Mental Health Awareness Week by teaming up with the Harry Kane Foundation once again to shine the spotlight on mental health and wellbeing.

From today, billboards across the country will feature England Captain and Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in support of our #DoGoodFeelGood campaign. This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is anxiety, and we’re highlighting the benefits of volunteering on your own wellbeing.

In a survey of more than 1,000 Shout Volunteers, one in five told us that being a volunteer helped them to feel less anxious, more than half (51%) said it improved their wellbeing and 84% said it gave them a sense of accomplishment.

The billboards encourage people across the country to help others and #DoGoodFeelGood by signing up to become a Shout Volunteer.

The collaboration follows a number of previous initiatives the Harry Kane Foundation has created on behalf of Shout, as it works towards its long-term goal of transforming a generation’s thinking about mental health.

As part of its support, the Harry Kane Foundation is also generously helping to fund the Shout service.

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It's just as important to look after our mental health and wellbeing, as it is to care for our physical health. Although awareness has improved, we need to change the way our generation thinks about it. I believe in normalising conversations to help tackle stigma and promote positive habits.

Harry Kane