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Fern Edmonds Memorial Fund


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Fund to promote good mental health for Great Barrier Island community.

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  Auckland

Fern Edmonds died on 8th October 2019 from suicide and her parents would like to set up a fund in her memory for the Great Barrier Island community. This would be used to understand good mental health, support people who are struggling and learn how to be stronger when things are going wrong.

Some of the ideas for how this fund could be used are:

- Develop a support system that takes into consideration peoples isolation, stress levels, grief, etc..

by employing a community support person who could visit people to see how they are,

- invite key speakers e.g. Mike King to speak on mental health (including schools),

- provide care and support to the caregivers,

- teach mindfulness, yoga and meditation in the schools to strengthen good mental health practices.

The prospects for this fund are endless but it is dependent on getting enough financial support.

This fund would be managed by the Aotea Family Support Group with input from the community and the Aotea Health team.

Fenella Christian's involvement (page creator)

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Latest donations

PA BEACH CAFE
PA BEACH CAFE on 28 Feb 2021
With love
$1,000
Hormoz
Hormoz on 27 Feb 2021
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Tim
Tim on 26 Feb 2021
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Jel
Jel on 08 Feb 2021
Sori so long coming Jel
$100
Julie
Julie on 04 Feb 2021
This is a wonderful initiative Fenella & Pete. I admire your vision. x
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Created by Fenella Christian

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