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.

Upcoming campaigns

Stress Awareness Month 

We all lead busy lives.  Sometimes adults can be stressed out by work, relationships, and money worries.  Young people can be stressed out by exams, peer pressure and expectations.

At TAMHI we accept that everyone has good days and bad and there are some things we can do to look after our mental health and mitigate the impacts of negative stress.

Please find our two resources:

Stress: This is for coaches, older players aged 16+ and parents.  Please download and share on your social media and club WhatsApp group.

Exams: Young People are going to be taking Exams in May time, give them some advice on how to look after their wellbeing during what can be a very stressful time.

Click on your club to get your own branded resources

If you can't find your club but would like custom resources for your team please use the contact us at the top of the page

Find Your Club resources


October 2023- Strangford College

On Thursday 23rd we delivered to Strangford College

We have worked with this school since before COVID in 2019. And when green light for engagement came back in 2022 we where straight back in.

Always a warm welcome, great engagement and the absolute joy of young mentors from the previous year leading on supporting the new members this year.

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October 2023- Trinity College

Starting at Trinity College our Four week programme some of the feedback from the first day .


  • good - different fun activities
  • Felt comfortable around other people made new friends
  • Fun, enjoyable - playing games and learnt about other people
  • Helpful - find out about others and make connections
  • More confident - leaders made us feel comfortable
  • Fun - interact with other students / learn about mental health - what it is? How to help support yourself and others.

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October 2023- Rosario

Week 1 started with Ulster University PhD research on Impact of Games Based Approach to Mental health on adolescent Youth" with Rosario Football Club Belfast 2007 Boys team and coach Barry Black.

Tonight we delivered Choice Ball which challenges myths and facts about Mental health. We adopted a quick fire 2 v2 and then 3 v 3 winner stays on with ball constantly being fed in to ensure it was quick and intense.

The guys knew all the right answers which was really rewarding. A short warm up game, a quick team huddle and a #mentalhealthawareness message dropped in.

Learning through Games on the field rather than in a classroom is what the young players want ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️

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October 2023- Assumption Grammar

A great day at Assumption Grammar, great engagement and learning our games. What a credit the young people are too the school.

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October 2023- Finished Leadership Programme Mayfield Village

Tonight we finished the Mayfield Village Hall Leadership programme with MY PAL group.

Using skills and knowledge aquired throughout the training the young leaders put on a games night for their younger peers.

They delivered:

Two Truths and a spoof

A game they made up themselves about supporting each other using dollies, cones and goals.

Hungry Hippo

Target your problems


And a huge game of Tug of War

The thing that made the session work was the young leaders joined in.

Feedback from the group


"Really good"


"I really enjoyed myself "

The young people are a credit to the community and the Youth Centre.

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October 2023 - Dominican College Fotrwilliam

Our Leaders Lead Wellbeing Ambassadors

Amazing day Dominican College Fortwilliam working with year 13 Wellbeing Ambassadors.

Amazing energy, engagement and Leaders.

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October 2023 - Mount Lourdes Grammar School

Great trip down to Mount Lourdes Grammar going trough the games and planning future events.
Outstanding session with the Mentors and Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

Great fun, great energy and amazing young leaders.


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October 2023- Boxing World Mental Health Day

We have teamed up with County Antrim Boxing IABA and Belfast City Council to put on a day of Boxing to Promote #WorldMentalHealthDay2023 @ShankillLC

Over 200 young people from across North Belfast schools community are taking part.

Outstanding RAY leader Gary on site representing 👏

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Would you like to get involved ?

We invite you to join us and be a part of our efforts. If you would like to get involved, please don't hesitate to reach out to us