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Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven

Feeding the Homeless
  • We had a visitor at the Feeding the Homeles session, the CEO of Croydon University Hospital, Mr. Matthew Kershaw. Again, it wouldn't have been possible without the support of Broad Green Big Local.

Mental Health Awareness
  • With the sponsorship of National Lottery Community fund, the charity organised the Mental Health Awareness Session at BME Forum, facilitated by Rachel Perera, an experienced Mental Health trainer at SLAM (South London and Maudsley) NHS Foundation Trust. The session focused on mental health awareness, the early signs of someone becoming ill and how to support people.

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  • Excellent facilitation and presentation.

  • The trainer was willing to invite opinions and have discussion€.

Laughter Yoga
  • First Laughter Yoga session of the year supported by National Lottery Community Fund was successful at St John's Evangelist in Upper Norwood. Laughter Yoga has benefits including increaseing happiness, strengthening the immune system, reduces pain and lowers stress.

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  • The trainer was Faultless,kindly most empathetic.

  • The event made me laugh plus gave me techniques to use in future

Chinese New year
  • In 2018, we organised Onam with the Homeless People. In 2019, the charity will organise Feeding the Homeless sessions during celebrations. First one was the Chinese New Year on 13th February at West Croydon Methodist Church, sponsored by Broad Green Big Local. 2019 was the Year of the pig.

Feeding the Homeless
  • The Monthly feeding the homeless in February 2019 took place on 5th Feb, sponsored by Broad Green Big Local. Say something about volunteers.

Feeding the Homeless
  • On New Year's Day, the charity decided to feed the homeless as it is the First Tuesday of every month, our usual monthly Feeding the Homeless Day.

Intergenerational Care
  • Manju Shahul-Hameed Foundation for Mental Health finished 2018 activities with a Bang by bringing the generations together. A very successful Intergenerational Care event with Age UK Croydon and the young people from London Youth and Woodcote High School. Thanks to the generosity of Karachi Cuisine for sponsoring the delicious lunch and Beena Ali for the cake. Thanks to Monika Saravanan , Beena and everyone else involved for their hardwork in liasing with partners to make it a huge success. We wish everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Mind And Body
  • A well attended Mind and Body session on 21st November 2018, reminding the attendees to not to separate the inseparable as mental and physical health conditions are connected. Other topics covered are The average life expectancy for someone with a long-term mental health illness is much shorter than for someone without. Many people with long-term physical health conditions also suffer from depression or other mental health conditions. How to address the problems of making sure we care for the Mind and Body together.

    Thanks to SLAM (South London and Maudsley) for giving an insight into Mind Apple, day-to-day activity that is good for your mind. Really appreciate the support from Croydon University Hospital and volunteers for making the event so successful.

Dementia Awareness Session
  • A very successful Dementia awareness session was organised at Parchmore Medical Centre for the staff and the community, providing information on the symptoms and on what to do when someone has Dementia. Thanks to Hakeem Anjorin, Chair, Croydon Dementia Action Alliance, for running the session, Parchmore Medical Centre for providing the venue and Anantha Ramaswamy for her support for the preparation and the smooth running of the session.