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Seeing yellow? Here's why...

Today on World Mental Health Day, over 2000 schools, colleges and offices are wearing yellow.


They're spreading the word that whatever you’re going through, you can talk to someone if you’re struggling to cope.

Here’s how people are saying #HelloYellow: 

  • Schools such as Holy Innocent’s Primary School are wearing yellow, and creating bunting out of mental health messages, advice and inspirational quotes.
  • Popular TV and book character Horrid Henry has got his finest yellow outfit on for the day.
  • The Regard Group are holding a coffee and cake morning, and turning the office yellow with lots of yellow-inspired games.
1 in 10 children and young people, aged 5-16, suffer from a diagnosable mental health problem. By taking part in #HelloYellow, you’ll be helping us continue our vital work improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people across the UK.

Here’s what you can do today:

  • Get your yellow on! Put on a yellow jumper, pair of socks or any other yellow clothing you can get your hands on. 
  • Print our bunting templates and decorate them with positive mental health messages, inspirational quotes and drawings. Upload a picture of your bunting to social media using #HelloYellow and tag us @YoungMindsUK on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. 
  • Donate £3 by texting YMHY17 £3 to 70070 (The maximum donate amount by text is £10).
Together, let’s show thousands of children and young people that they are not alone when it comes to their mental health. 

Many thanks, 
Team #HelloYellow
 
Donate for #HelloYellow
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