Julian Campbell Foundation
We are a charity set up to help children, teenagers and young adults who have undiagosed forms of mental distress such as stress, anxiety or depression.
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Tito Jackson, of the legendary The Jackson 5, joined us at our Youth Well-Being Flash Mob Project‘s event. Performing his hit single ‘Get it baby’, he kicked off with a 4-minute flash mob dance in London’s Kings Cross Station, accompanied by the sensational hip hop 20-piece dance crew Entity Allstars. A stunning way to celebrate good mental health.
Our Youth Well Being Flash Mob Project is raising awareness of the importance of healthy lifestyles to promote well-being in young people from 10 to 25 years old.
After being supported and encouraged by his Julian Campbell Foundation mentor, Onur was accepted for an internship as a games and application developer for a local computer company.
His parents told us: “You have saved our son’s life“.
This then enabled me to work on the areas of my life where I wanted to improve by setting simple and manageable goals and tasks”
Jack, Julian Campbell Foundation’s mentee
Julian Campbell Foundation’s drama workshop can be given at any time during their teenage years to show them how to raise their self esteem and overcome life’s challenges and is a great contribution to their [teenagers and young people] mental health and well being“.
Ms Maggie Lee, Deputy Head Teacher, Enfield County School (Partner Organisation)