Mental Health Awareness Week

This Mental Health Awareness Week, MetMUnch has brought together some exceptional colleagues to demonstrate the kindness, collaboration, ambition and creativity that characterises Manchester Met, to produce a fantastic resource that aims to help people with a holistic approach to wellbeing.

Aligned with Manchester Met’s five strategic themes of place, ambition, partnership, community and sustainability, the collaboration has brought together the Sport, Environment, Catering and Counselling teams, alongside MetMUnch students and graduates from various levels and courses, to highlight the importance of nutrition and positive behaviors in supporting mental, physical and social wellness.

Each day we will be releasing a new blog which focuses on a different nutrient that research has found to be beneficial for wellbeing. Each day will have a delicious recipe linked to the nutrient and there will also be a sustainability & wellbeing tip, as well as a workout to help.

This year the theme is kindness, so please join us for a week of doing random acts of kindness through knowledge, support, food, exercise, gardening and positive behaviours. What will your random act of kindness be?

Please follow us on social media, share and connect with us because we want to know how far can kindness travel. Being kind to ourselves, to each other and to our planet should now take centre stage.

Find the recipes here – https://metmunch.com/category/health/mental-health-awareness-week/

Without the direct involvement and passion of our students and University teams, MetMUnch would not have been able to deliver this holistic and engaging campaign during lockdown. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their generosity and time.

In a world where you can be anything, #BeKind because #KindnessMatters!

The Mental Health Awareness Week is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation and will take place from 18-24 May 2020.