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The Herald Wales – ‘MENTAL WELLBEING, SELF-ESTEEM AND HAPPINESS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE IN SOUTH WALES IMPROVES’

We are very excited to share that The Herald Wakes have written a feature on The Flourish Project and the impact it has had on the impact of the young people in schools in South Wales, thanks to our partnership with Edenstone Foundation.

Chris Edge, from the Edenstone Foundation, said, “We’re proud to have been able to partner with the Proton Foundation to enable the delivery of its Flourish programme in schools across Wales over the last three years. Together we’ve supported hundreds of young people develop crucial life skills that will help with their long-term self-esteem, mental health and happiness.

“The feedback has been fantastic with an average improvement of 14.86% in mental wellbeing, self-esteem and happiness across the schools and some heart-warming stories about the difference it’s made to young people’s lives. Having already provided around £70,000 in funding, we’re exploring how we can continue to support the invaluable work of the Flourish programme.”