Our Chosen Charity

We have exceeded our revised target of £150,000

We wanted to share with you a short video to demonstrate just why our journey is so important and the enormous difference your support has on the mental health of young people.

Tim and Simon

We are delighted to have supported stem 4 who create digital self-support resources through a number of award winning downloadable apps, and provide face to face conferences for schools, parents and health professionals.

Please donate by clicking on the Enthuse Logo.

Your support is really important to enable stem4 to continue to reach as many young people as possible to support early identification and intervention to build resilience in young people suffering with mental ill health.

£25 will sponsor a nautical mile.
£50 can put the ‘Asking for Help’ booklet into the hands of 129 young people;
£100 can run the website for 122 days to provide access to vital resources and self-support;
£1000 can maintain a potentially life-saving app to support 173,611 young people.

stem4 story

Visit their website - www.stem4.org.uk

Who we are

stem4 is a charity that promotes positive mental health in teenagers and those who support them including their families and carers, education professionals, as well as school nurses and GPs through the provision of mental health education, resilience strategies and early intervention.This is primarily provided digitally through our innovative education programme, pioneering mental health apps, clinically-informed website and mental health conferences that contribute to helping young people and those around them flourish.

Our mission

To foster the development of good mental health in teenagers through enhancing early understanding and awareness in individuals, their families, schools and the community, promoting shared early detection and signposting towards prompt action and intervention.


· Raise early awareness and highlight the importance of early intervention in teenage mental health issues – taking steps to help stem problems at an early stage

· Educate through interactive conferences for schools, digital tools such as the Head Ed programme and through our comprehensive website

· Encourage debate and shared information through a programme of conferences targeting students, parents/carers, education professionals, school nurses and GPs

· Provide self-help through our mental health app library, website and booklets