Heroism is the decision to be in service of others through humility, honesty, and kindness.
Being The Cure wants to empower an entire generation, igniting within them a profound understanding of
the transformative power of their own moral compass.
Over one million young people experience mental health conditions, with more primary school students talking about suicide and more secondary school students self-harming.
(Schools Week, 2022)
In 2022, disposable income inequality rose to 35.7%, disproportionately affecting the UK's poorest households.
(Office for National Statistics, 2023)
15,800 children aged 10-17 were cautioned or sentenced to a crime in 2020-21.
(Ministry of Justice, 2022)
In the long run, they impact the society in areas like education, housing, criminal justice, health care, and more.
While apparently disconnected, these issues affect all of us.
WHY WE EXIST
EDUCATION FOR HEROISM
With small donations, we have been providing food and drinks to our children and young people, some of whom have only one meal a day. Even a single pound of donation goes a long way!
Make a difference with a one-off donation.
We want to keep our Saturday Schools for Heroism free of cost for our families, especially the most disadvantaged ones. You can help make this happen for all of our families.
Make a difference by setting up a recurring monthly donation.
MONTHLY RECURRING DONATION