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  • Writer's pictureBarry Michael Aldridge


This year, Flotec is supporting homeware-store Dunelm in its charitable work and is inviting you to get involved!

A man in need of mental wellbeing support

Dunelm teams up with Mind.

Understandably, mental wellbeing has been at the forefront of many people’s minds in recent years.

The pandemic, political uncertainty, cost-of-living crisis, war, terrorism, environmental events, sociological unrest, a rise in hate crime, and being bombarded with disturbing and distressing news stories are all major contributors towards our state-of-mind.

This list is by no means exhaustive as each person will face unique and different challenges, however, without a doubt, we are living in troublesome and challenging times.

According to Mind, approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year.

In England, 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week.

These figures are expected to increase.

Homeware-store Dunelm has partnered with Mind to raise both money and awareness to support the fight for better mental health.

Flotec is taking part in this honourable cause, and you can, too!

We have created a Just Giving page to support Dunelm in raising some much-needed money for their charity of choice, Mind.

The Flotec Just Giving page is LIVE right now and will continue to run until Friday 8th December of this year.

You can help us in our mission to support mental well-being by clicking here to donate.

Visit the Dunelm website to discover how they and Mind are supporting mental well-being by clicking here.

If you need the services offered by Mind, please visit their website to find out how they can help. No one should face a mental health problem alone.

Bring some Christmas cheer to your local community this year.

Christmas may seem a way off yet but, will soon be upon us! For the fourth year in a row, Dunelm will be bringing some festive joy and sparkle to its local communities, and you can help!

You can buy a gift, make a gift, or donate Christmas decorations and take them into your local Dunelm store where they will drop them off at local schools, care homes and refuges, to bring a little bit of Christmas magic to those in need.

To find out more about this project, click here.

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