Yesterday I stepped in and attended the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network Mental Health Innovation Exchange. Squinting through the bright lights and breathing through the nerves, I looked across at the sea of faces in front me and it was uplifting to know we were all working towards the same goal. Our innovation may be varied and are personalities or backgrounds different but what shone through strong and clear was our passion for continual change and hope; for a better future, a more supportive society and a voice for those unheard.
I felt honoured to be speaking on behalf of Harmless about the Tomorrow Project. Listening to Caroline, our CEO, and other members of our team it is evident that they all care, implicitly, including myself. But, it isn’t just our team who can see The Tomorrow Project’s significance, many professionals also acknowledge the work we do and the support we deliver (Thank you Keith Waters) and it is crucial we continue to fortify this. The Tomorrow Project saves lives and by spreading the message, speaking at conferences such as this one, ensures that we too our continually working towards innovation and hope.
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