Isle of Wight Youth Trust’s Taskforce of Mental Health Ambassadors
Why Join Us? Our taskforce is a dynamic group of young change-makers, aged 11-25 years old, who are passionate about mental health advocacy.
Here’s what you can expect when you become part of our team:
- Monthly Meetings: We gather regularly to discuss various topics related to mental health, share experiences, and plan impactful initiatives – pizza is always available as well as other refreshments!
- Diverse Activities: From thrilling adventures like tree climbing and wellbeing walks to relaxed gatherings such as games afternoons and film nights, we offer a wide range of activities that cater to different interests
- Community Engagement: We actively participate in events like beach cleans and collaborate with organizations like UKSA and surfers against sewage to make a positive impact on the Isle of Wight.
- Fundraising: We’re dedicated to supporting the Youth Trust, and our fundraising activities help fund essential mental health services for young people.
- Youth Voice: We believe in the power of your voice. Our taskforce members have appeared on the BBC and met with influential figures like Bob Seeley to address issues affecting young people on the Isle of Wight.
- UCAS and DofE: For those considering further education, our program is an excellent addition to your CV and can earn you UCAS points. It’s also a valuable resource for participants pursuing their Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) award.
Open Afternoon – September 21, 2023, 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM To learn more about the Mental Health Ambassador Taskforce and what it means to be a part of this incredible team, we ask if you could circulate this poster to your young people, we invite them to join us for our Open Afternoon on the 21st of September, from 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM. This event is all about getting to know us, our responsibilities, and the impact we make.
We’ll also be screening a special BBC documentary featuring our fantastic Taskforce members, highlighting our journey and dedication to mental health advocacy.