THE JENNA MORIARTY FOUNDATION
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WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
The Jenna Moriarty Foundation provides essential mental health services to children and young people in need. We are a Scottish charity that operates in Glasgow, Ayrshire and across the west of Scotland. We work with teachers, GP's and mental health professionals on the front line of our countries mental health crisis, offering grants and funding directly to families and the men and woman able to identify and support the most vulnerable members of our community when they need it most.
At a time when waiting lists for counselling and treatments have grown unmanageable, and expensive private practice is the only option of support for many families, we believe that every young person who needs a hand, should get it, regardless of their postcode or income.
We know we're not alone in that belief, and we need your help! This is a fight that will take all of our efforts; we need every single person who believes that Scotland's children and young adults deserve the opportunity to live a life where their mental wellbeing is valued needs to join our effort today.
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When it comes to mental wellbeing, early intervention is key. That's why we work closely with GP's, schools and the men and women on the front lines best able to identify those most in need. We fund counselling services for kids and young adults, levelling the financial playing field for those who don't have access to the support they need.
Our legacy is the story of every life we touch, and that's why at the Jenna Moriarty Foundation we apportion some of our funds to provide scholarships to young people who dream of attending Glasgow School of Art. We want to build a world full of colour and art, where people can fulfil their dreams. We know that's the best way we can honour Jenna's legacy.