Events and Updates

TAMHI Events

Welcome to our events page! Here at TAMHI, we are passionate about promoting positive mental health and resilience through the power of sports. As a mental health charity based in Northern Ireland, we work closely with sports clubs, schools, and youth groups to make mental health engaging and fun.

On this page, we will keep you updated with all the upcoming events that we will be hosting or participating in. From workshops and talks to unique activities and games, our approach is focused on raising the capacity of grassroots groups to connect with their members in relation to mental health.

T.A.M.H.I EVENTS

May 2024- Northern Area Community Network

Amazing day shooting material for Mental health week 2024 with Northern Area Community Network.

We focused on celebrating the Public Health Agency Take 5 Steps aroubd the Glens of Antrim and had some craic as we visited 4 schools a library and a lunch club.

The key theme was movement and Luigi was 100% some dancer.

Help us do more amazing programmes spreading positive mental health awareness

We are running marathon to keep programmes like this alive

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April 2024- McConnells

Great meeting with John Kelly from McConnells today were we seen the amazing new brewery at the Crumlin Road jail we highly recommend doing there tour.. we will be working in partnership with them in near future 🙌#TAMHIFAMILY

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April 2024- PWC Corporate Wellbeing Day

Corporate Wellbeing day with @PwC audit team today.

50 staff engaged in our fun interactive Wellbeing sessions as we played the Mental Wealth Games Olympics 🎮

Avoniel Lesuire Centre

Great engagement, great fun and great energy 👍

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April 2024- St. John's Primary School, Carnlough

Great feedback from St Johns primary school
Well-being afternoon in KS2!😌

This afternoon Joe from T.A.M.H.I worked firstly with the P7 children, playing games, which help them to deal with emotions and feelings.

He then tasked the P7’s with leading the games with the P5/6 children. P7 had to organise and explain what they had just done to the younger children.

All children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and ‘had so much fun!’

A big thank you to Gary from Glens United for organising the session and to Joe for coming and delivering such a worthwhile workshop!! We look forward to incorporating more of these games into our school day!

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April 2024- Seaview Integrated Primary School

Great feedback from Seaview linking in with Glens United Football Club

P6/7 took part in a mental health play workshop today with Joe from Tamhi Tackling Awareness of Mental Health Issues. They learnt four different games that allowed the kids to look at their emotions, friendships, problems and solutions. They were taught how to deliver the lessons to a class and then had the opportunity to do this with P4/5.

Joe said he was amazed by the group today and he thought they did brilliantly.

Four children in particular showed great leadership skills - JACK, JOSIAH, IAN and ELLIE! Well done!

#mentalhealth#seaviewips

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April 2024- Cloughfern Young Conquerors FB

Really enjoyed this workshop tonight.

I delivered a workshop for Rathcoole FC back in February and was asked could I do a similar workshop for the local band.

100% why not, a band is a team just like football.

I adjusted the workshop slightly to make it more community focused and used "The Boat" exercise to talk through how we all are in the same boat when it comes to things that cause:

Calm waters

Chopy watersb

Storms

The importance of Guidance and Support from things like faith, family, positive role models (Lighthouse) can get you through hard times

Support Floats represent the mental health services that are there IF we need them.

Anchor ⚓️ is the most important thing that gives us stability and structure and purpose. Family tends to be the main thing.

We had so much honesty in the room with inspirational stories of challenging times and better places thanks to support.

Almost unanimously we agreed the most important thing when it comes to mental health is connection. If we all look out for each other we have better chance of getting through things.

1st rate engagement, contribution and inspirational stories 👏

It was something slightly different outside typical sports delivery, and it was really enjoyable. #mentalhealthawareness

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April 2024- Great from Carrick Rangers FC

April is Stress Awareness Month, and this year's theme is 'Little By Little, A Little Becomes A Lot'. This is the idea that small consistent actions each day contribute to overall well-being as a cumulative effect.

Here are some useful resources from stress.org.uk and some provided by Tamhi Tackling Awareness of Mental Health Issues

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April 2024- Stand by Me Ball

Absolutely phenomenal Stand by Me Ball in Balmoral tonight in aid of TAMHI.

Wow just wow

Thank you to the organisers and Inspired MemoriesRobert King for nominating us for this event.

Seriously outstanding 👏

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