Olympian Jack Green backs Awards

Olympian Jack Green has announced his support for Kent Mental Health & Wellbeing Awards.

The annual event aims to showcase the people, organisations and initiatives that help us cope with life.  

Wellbeing and mental health isn’t just an exclusive thing or an elite thing when it comes to awards, it’s about how do we help anyone and everyone… That’s what this event is for – celebrating all of wellbeing, all of mental health and how we overcome those challenges and help one another.

Jack Green

Since retiring from athletics at the age of twenty-eight, double Olympian Jack Green has made his mark in the corporate wellbeing world. Committed and passionate about supporting others and tackling stigma, Jack progressed to various wellbeing roles including Global Wellbeing Lead at BBC and Head of Performance at Champion Health.

We feel very privileged to have Jack Green’s support for South Kent Mind and its Kent Mental Health & Wellbeing Awards. Jack’s lived experience of mental health problems, combined with his wellbeing work experience and his passion for helping people, will be an asset to promoting the event.

Simon Dolby, CEO, South Kent Mind

Nominate

Whether it is in your business, community or family, so many of us have been lucky to have people and organisations with ideas, tips and tactics to help us cope – it is time to celebrate those mental health and wellbeing champions in our community and share this best practice.  Nominations can be linked to a simple act of kindness that lifted the spirits, a business that has improved staff wellbeing, through to a targeted initiative delivered by a charity or statutory organisation to support a mental health issue. Nominations can be submitted until noon on Wednesday, 1 September.  

To find out more or nominate, click here.

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