Slide Supporting Children, Young Adults & Families With mental health issues & learning differences.

Mission Statement

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Our mission is to motivate, educate and inspire children and young adults on mental health issues including: self esteem, anxiety, confidence, body image, OCD to name a few.

We will provide regular support through workshops, interactive sessions and signposting them for further help and guidance.

We will raise awareness of mental health issues though our fundraising campaigns and projects.

Be part of our Curve Community

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Join us and others to be a part of something inspiring and life changing

Party for Heroes

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In June the charity puts on an amazing event and invite families and children who were inflicted with life-limiting conditions. There were over 60 children at an exclusive party in Essex’s Marsh farm where they had a petting zoo, face painting, rides, superheroes and a show to enjoy.
We had our grand finale show hosted by past Britain’s Got Talent contestant, Bam Bam who was simply entertaining and incredibly funny.
Without the donations and kindness from everyone, these events wouldn’t be possible, so again a huge thank you!

£8000 Donation to the Phoenix Ward 2019

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Children’s Phoenix Ward, Broomfield hospital, were grateful for an amazing £8,000 donation from the charity.
The charity joined forces with housebuilders Linden Homes and Countryside to fundraise at the Essex Winter Ball, where they also received a sizeable donation from D&B Scaffolding.
The ward staff plan to spend the £8,000 on a new resuscitaire for ill babies.

Christmas Gifts

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In December we often are lucky enough to visit the Children’s Phoenix Ward, Broomfield hospital and take with us the talented Trevor Cline who does some balloon modelling for the children on the wards.

We often buy presents for them all, taking along lego sets, teddy bears, books and dolls for the children to wish them a Merry Christmas and a speedy recovery.

Halloween Balloon Workshop 2020

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Trevor Cline, a full-time professional magician and advanced balloon artist, performs a “Spook-tacular Balloon Modelling” workshop in October half term for Halloween.
Once registered, we sent out a full pack of modelling balloons and pump for free. This is one way that we were able to give back during Covid in 2020, and the event was a big smash!

What does CURVE stand for?

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Together, we hope to break down stigma, raise awareness and shine a light on some of these often-misunderstood conditions and issues.

C – Caring

Curve Foundation sets out to care for its service users and their families by providing ongoing support and communication. We have created The Curve Community, a bespoke place where families can come together to connect, to chat and find comfort in one another.
We care about our community’s well-being and help to signpost them to specialists and professionals who can offer focused guidance and advice for individual needs.

U – Understanding

“Just because you can’t always see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there”. We understand that not all illnesses/conditions or differences are visible. Curve Foundation specialises in raising awareness and understanding of these invisible conditions. We understand that it can be challenging for children and young adults to open up about how they feel or what they are going through.

We understand the impact both physically and mentally when things are left and unaddressed.

With an understanding, expert knowledge and compassion that Curve Foundation creates a safe space where our service users can feel comfortable and build strong lasting and ongoing relationships.

R – Reacting

Curve Foundation is incredibly proactive in reacting to what is going on in the world and the current climate.

We tailor our workshop content and sessions accordingly across all our social media channels.

V – Vision

Our vision is to create a safe space for our service users and their families who suffer from mental health issues and learning differences. We provide a place where they can openly share their experiences, connect with other families and raise awareness.
Our vision and our mission is to break the stigma associated with these conditions.

E- Educating

Curve Foundation provides workshops and bespoke services, both online and in person.
We work with trained professionals, Therapists and Specialists across all areas and expertise.