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Every bonsai comes with a charity donation to the Mental Health Foundation to help them do what they do best. 

Every bonsai comes with a charity donation to the 
Mental Health Foundation 
to help them do what they do best. 

Every bonsai comes with a charity donation to the Mental Health Foundation to help them do what they do best. 

With the help from our partners, Work for Good, every Bonsai contributes towards helping the Mental Health Foundation do what they do best: Support good mental health for all. 

"We're such a strong supporter of businesses looking to give back to the community and The Happy Shrubs work towards supporting positive mental health is a great example of what more business can do to make a difference."

- Rob Lupton, Work for Good

The Mental Health Foundation is a charity close to our heart. Their purpose and mission is also something that really echo's with what we're trying to achieve here at the The Happy Shrub.

"Our vision is for a world with good mental health for all. Our mission is to help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. Prevention is at the heart of what we do, because the best way to deal with a crisis is to prevent it from happening in the first place."

- Mental Health Foundation

As we develop and learn as a small business, we will always be looking to push the boundaries of what we can do to invest in mental health.

With every Bonsai Tree comes a contribution to the Mental Health Foundation, which is then matched by The Happy Shrub, to help towards efforts in: 

Community: Understanding what works well to manage and support mental health, locally, and replicate what works well in the community.

Research: Understanding what key drivers there are for poor mental health and preventative measures.

Engagement: Running awareness programs, publicly addressing underlying causes of poor mental health and campaigning for change.

The art of Bonsai has been proven to have so many benefits, in addition to influencing a positive mental state, and we're so excited to play a more fundamental role in highlighting these and raising as much as we can to support good causes.

Join us on social media and be part of our journey! It'll keep you updated on our fundraising and we'd love to get your thoughts on what role we can play to support incredible charities such as the Mental Health Foundation.

If you have any other fundraising ideas, we'd absolutely love to hear from you and, together, we can play our part in making the world a better place for everyone. 

Helplines and Resources 

If you need further support with your mental wellbeing or someone to talk to, there's an array of mental health charities, organisations and support groups that can offer expert advice. You're never alone in this world and there's many communities of all shapes and sizes that can give you give you and likeminded people a solid support network. Take a look at some of the descriptions for charities below:

A mental health emergency is as serious as a physical emergency. If you do not feel you can keep yourself or someone else safe from harm, call the emergency services on 999.

The Mental Health Foundation

Research papers, infographics, articles and blogs. The Mental Health Foundations website hosts support information for a wide range of mental health topics. Prevention is at the heart of what they do. 

Founded by Journalism and Photojournalism graduates from London Metropolitan University in late 2019, Mental Magazine gives an honest take on students' mental health with useful material and resources.

Helplines and Resources 

A mental health emergency is as serious as a physical emergency. If you do not feel you can keep yourself or someone else safe from harm, call the emergency services on 999.

If you need further support with your mental wellbeing or someone to talk to, there's an array of mental health charities, organisations and support groups that can offer expert advice. You're never alone:

Founded by Journalism and Photojournalism graduates from London Metropolitan University in late 2019, Mental Magazine gives an honest take on students' mental health with useful material and resources.