Thrive LDN

NHS wellbeing webinars return for a new series

23rd March 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on our wellbeing, with many people feeling anxious about its impact on them and their loved ones. Many also have concerns about coming out of lockdown and the future. As we pass the milestone of one year since the first lockdown, Thrive LDN and partners are launching […]

Those hardest hit before the Covid crisis have been disproportionately affected, says new report from Toynbee Hall and Thrive LDN

18th March 2021

As we approach the first anniversary of the first national lockdown, there is growing evidence that the pandemic has widened pre-existing inequalities. The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has not affected everybody equally, says a new report from Toynbee Hall and Thrive LDN. Pandemic Stories Publishing early findings today, Pandemic Stories -a peer-to-peer research report by Toynbee Hall with […]

Young Londoners at the forefront of Thrive LDN festival for World Mental Health Day 2020

11th October 2020

 Young Londoners were at the forefront of a virtual festival hosted by the Mayor of London’s Peer Outreach Team and Thrive LDN to mark World Mental Health Day 2020. The virtual World Mental Health Day Festival programme was designed to support young people build resilience and promote positive wellbeing. The festival also aligned and coincides with […]

Thrive LDN awards £170,000 to inspiring community projects supporting Londoners experiencing the greatest levels of discrimination

10th July 2020

A new Right to Thrive grants scheme has today (Friday, 10 July 2020) awarded more than £170,000 to 24 community and grassroots projects across London to help support the mental health and wellbeing of those who are experiencing higher levels of unfair treatment and discrimination. The projects range from supporting mental health outcomes for refugees, […]

New community grants available for Londoners experiencing the greatest levels of discrimination

21st January 2020

A new grants scheme has been launched to help support the mental health and wellbeing of Londoners who are experiencing higher levels of unfair treatment and discrimination. The Right to Thrive grants scheme aims to make additional support available to communities and groups who are particularly vulnerable to experiencing poor mental health. The grants scheme was launched […]

Citywide movement for mental health is helping Londoners to thrive

8th January 2020

More than 200,000 people took part in events and activities to improve mental health and tackle inequalities as part of the Thrive LDN movement in 2019. More than 35,000 Londoners have supported a citywide Zero Suicide London campaign by taking free, online suicide prevention training. 1,200 people participated in film-based outreach and events for Londoners […]

Young Londoners takeover City Hall for a World Mental Health Day Festival

10th October 2019

London’s citywide movement to improve mental health and wellbeing, Thrive LDN, has worked in partnership with the Mayor of London’s Peer Outreach Team to takeover City Hall for an all-day young Londoner-led festival to mark World Mental Health Day (WMHD) 2019.   The festival, which took place throughout the public spaces of City Hall on […]