If you’re in Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newark-on-Trent or Tonbridge, you may already be aware of your local Google Garage.
This beautiful new campaign literally draws people’s most difficult thoughts on their faces. Started by photographer Charlie Clift and lettering artist Kate Forrester, they hope to inspire others to open up about their own mental health.
Digital technology is often talked about as having the potential to transform mental healthcare – connecting people, services and data in new and exciting ways.
Why mental health is so important to us at Fat Beehive, told by one member of our team
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which supports men at risk of suicide, and The Mix, a crisis support charity for young people, have created an Instagram zine to help those starting university feel more emotionally secure.
Fat Beehive introduces our new Head of Support, Zoe Kitley
HM Revenue and Customs has announced it will allocate £1.6m in the year from April 2019 to charities who can offer extra help to members of the public to understand and comply with their tax obligations and claim their entitlements.
Fat Beehive and Tommy's created a digital tool that not only helps women plan for pregnancy but also makes sense of the many factors that may affect their chances of having a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Fat Beehive are delighted to be sponsoring the Digital Innovation of the Year category at The Third Sector Awards on Thursday 20th September. All charities recognise that digital has a huge role to play in meeting service user’s needs. Each of the four finalists below has come up with a brilliant idea to harness new technology to help solve some of the hardest problems facing society.