About Making Generation R
The lasting impact of the global pandemic has meant that it’s vital we prioritise our mental health and emotional wellbeing. Learning to be resilient can make a big difference to young people and adults that struggle with feelings of anxiety and self-esteem. One of the most effective ways to encourage resilience is through inspiration from others.
That’s why the Making Generation R campaign supports injured veterans to take their inspiring stories about overcoming adversity to schools, frontline workers and military organisations across the UK.
Over 125,000 people have already benefited from a free workshop. Sign up below to inspire resilience.
BOOK A WORKSHOP
Through Making Generation R, any teacher, frontline worker or military organisation in the UK can sign up to invite an injured ex-serviceman and woman to visit and, together with a professional facilitator, speak to an audience about overcoming difficulties and becoming resilient. Click here to bring a free workshop to your school or organisation:
BOOK A WORKSHOP
67% of young people believe that the pandemic will have a long-term negative effect on their mental health
About Blesma & The Drive Project
Supported by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund
Making Generation R programme is brought to you by Blesma The Limbless Veterans charity and The Drive Project, the award-winning creative social enterprise.
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans, is dedicated to assisting serving and ex-Service men and women who have suffered life-changing limb loss or the use of a limb, an eye or loss of sight in the honourable service of our country.
Blesma are the only national Service charity that supports limbless veterans for the duration of their lives, offering financial and emotional support to them and their families. Since WW1 Blesma has have worked tirelessly to guarantee that our limbless veterans are not failed, forgotten or to left to fend for themselves.
The Drive Project was founded in 2015 to deliver powerful, innovative creative projects for charities and businesses. The aim was to use the power and popularity of the arts to spread awareness about mental health and wellbeing, and at the same time support and embolden the very people that those charities benefit.
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