About Us

Manju Shahul-Hameed Foundation for Mental Health is a well-established charity, Reg. Charity No. 1176447, founded in 2017. The charity aims to raising awareness and combat stigma about mental illness and promote mindfulness, with the intention of bringing together different communities within Croydon and the UK to empathize with those in need and to help them battle their struggles.

What We Do

The relief of sickness and the preservation of health among people residing permanently or temporarily in London Borough of Croydon and surrounding areas in particular but not exclusively by providing preventative services including meditation and mindfulness to deal with the underlying relapsing conditions, such as stress, anxiety, anger and depression.

Our Vision

Our vision is to build a future where living with mental illness will not be anything to be ashamed of and where the aged won’t be left to live a lonely life. There are many such people who may be feeling insecure, vulnerable and unworthy at the moment. Unfortunately, they may end up struggling till the end of their lives, though they don’t actually deserve it. Therefore, the charity focuses on letting such communities mingle with each other and thereby, support each other to lead a better life.

Our Mission

Our mission is to transform mental health stigma and raise awareness. Mindfulness, Intergenerational Care and Feeding the Homeless are also key themes in our community events.

Impact and Highlights

Since the charity was established, we have worked with over many organizations from charities to businesses. Working collaboratively with our partners, our programme continues to transform Croydon, helping local residents especially the most vulnerable in our community. Some of the organizations, that we have worked with are Age UK, Mind in Croydon, Croydon University Hospital, West Croydon Methodist church, Parchmore Medical Centre, Croydon BME Forum, Asian Resource Centre of Croydon, Heartfulness UK and Dementia Action Alliance.

Fundraising at Surrey Street Market, Croydon

Steps We Do

Fundamental beliefs that guide and encourage us to make a difference.

01

Feedback from community

02

Organise events meeting community needs

03

Promote mental health awareness and mindfulness

04

Address mental health stigma

Who we are

Manju Shahul-Hameed Foundation for Mental Health (MSH Foundation) was formed on 1st May 2017, with the intention of bringing together different communities within Croydon and the UK to empathize with those in need and to help them battle their struggles.

We’re here to serve you

Helping you turn what’s possible into what’s feasible. This approach is focused on transforming mental health stigma and raising awareness by organising the best possible events and training defined by the highest value for our communities.

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