With World Bake Day falling in the middle of Mental Health Awareness week, the jmarchitects team have been embracing our inner Paul Hollywood/ Prue Leith/ Mary Berry in support of the Architect Benevolent Society’s Bake the World a Better Place event.
The jmcare group organised a lunch for each of our offices to get together and enjoy some tasty baked treats and raise awareness of the mental health support available from the Architects Benevolent Society as well as our own Mental Health First Aiders. Our London studio even had stoneBAKED pizza!
Architects Benevolent Society partner with Anxiety UK to provide fast track referrals for wellbeing assessments and therapeutic support including CBT, hypnotherapy and counselling. As part of our bake day, we have made a donation which will allow ABS to offer a one-hour therapy session for someone struggling with their mental health.
jmarchitects have made a donation of £100 to support the Architects Benevolent Society. The donation from us allows ABS to offer a one-hour therapy session for someone struggling with their mental health.
For more information about the organisation and how it can help, visit their webpage: https://www.absnet.org.uk/
Imagery Credit: Architects Benevolent Society / jmarchitects
Credit: jmcare group
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