The Be Kind We Care initiative has been launched by the Conveyancing Foundation to promote kindness and wellbeing within the property industry. With the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the pressure cooker environment that many in the property industry find themselves in, mental wellbeing and support has become a key issue for many professionals.
Be Kind We Care have partnered with charities LawCare, Agents Together and the Mindstep Foundation to provide resources for business and individuals. The Resource Hub hosts articles, podcasts and videos aimed at promoting good mental health and wellbeing within the workplace. This year, the initiative has hosted informative webinars on stress management and sharing mental health best practice in the property industry.
Be Kind We Care also aims to fundraise for the wonderful charities providing mental health support, with an ultimate goal of £30,000 in its first year. Thanks to the support of their sponsors, the initiative has raised £20,000 since the launch in April 2021 for this important cause and hope to reach the target by April 2022.
LawCare is an independent charity offering emotional support, information and training to the legal community. They work to promote good mental health and wellbeing in legal workplaces with the vision of a legal community that values good mental health and wellbeing, where people thrive.
LawCare support all branches of the legal profession, including support staff and concerned family members. Their support spans the legal life from student to training to practice and retirement.
Agents Together is a foundation that encourages the industry to face the future together and not in isolation. There may never be a better time to bring together people, innovation, technology, and opportunity.
The pursuit of education, the training and development of people, the wellbeing of society and harnessing the talent and resources of our industry are fundamental to achieving their objectives.
The two founding pillars of Agents Together are about creating healthy minds and a strong civic society supported by healthy and progressive industry.
The Mindstep Foundation helps to fund mental health research, awareness and support. Over 80 men in England and Wales take their own lives every week – over 11 every day – over 4000 a year.
Post suicide, there is currently limited support for loved ones – the survivors. Knowing how to manage the aftermath of suicide and the complicated grief following a suicide is a key initiative.
By funding research into the causes of suicide, and working to raise awareness of both the warning signs and consequences of mental health conditions going untreated, the Mindstep Foundation aims to break the stigma attached to admitting, confronting and dealing with mental health issues, especially in young men.
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