Ok, it’s time to make a difference….
It involves a basement, a Tardis and a journey through space.
As you know I’ve been working with NLP4Kids for well over a decade and am extremely proud to have supported hundreds of children and families lead happier and healthier lives during that time.
Last year I set up a not-for-profit company call Superheroes, designed in part to make it easier for schools and families to access the NLP4Kids services and other aspects of mental well-being support. It has been enormously successful – you might not know it, but last month we hit the £100,000 mark raised for schools via Superheroes. We only started trading in October 2016!
Now I need your help for a new project, where *YOU* get to be the Superhero.
3 years ago on 25th May I acquired premises for NLP4Kids where I see my clients and where Superheroes, People Building, NLP4Kids are all located. The premises has a basement which initially was going to be a training room, however the number of people now attending our training has increased such that we have had to keep that off-site. However, there is enough space for 6 to 10 children to attend some workshops on a regular, after school basis. I know that you love what we do and I hope that you believe in me to deliver results – so I’d like to give you the chance to be part of the Superheroes Basement Project.
What’s more, I have developed a brilliant way to ensure that this space isn’t just a safe place for children to learn and develop, but that it is also the most exciting superhero experience you can image as a child.
I’ve developed a new technique called The Time Machine…I’ve trialed it with a good few children and it has worked amazingly well. Think Doctor Who’s Tardis meets Wonder Woman with an adventure in space thrown in for good measure!
The plan is ultimately to use this space to provide regular after school workshops for children with anxiety who cannot get help via the mental health services.
So please, if you like what we do, be part of it in a way that give you the Superhero feeling.
Give what you can and know that your contribution will make a real difference to children and young people for many more decades to come.
Thank you in advance
Director of Superheroes
(Oh yeah, that’s my actual job title!!)