This week, Achieve More has joined charities and other public bodies across the country in celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week. A campaign to raise awareness and promote positive changes to improve everyone's mental health. Furthermore, the theme of the campaign is a common effort to reconnect with nature and sport. Thanks to our work, we have witnessed the impact in one person's life of regular physical activity and the key role that it can play on early development.
Achieve More Scotland are delighted to announce that they are entering a new partnership with fitness and motivation organisation Fontana Fit. In the coming weeks, owner of Fontana Fit, Sean Fontana, will be delivering online activity sessions to keep Achieve More Scotland participants and their families active and motivated during the lockdown. Longer term Sean will be providing support on fitness and promoting positive mindset and motivation via podcasts, blogs, videos etc. to our thousands of social media followers.Sean is
Stephanie has been a great supporter of Achieve More Scotland, after attending many of our events including our International women’s day event last year, our annual ball which is held in Grand Central Hotel and our Football legends match and dinner which was held in Torrance Hotel. Stephanie and her Mum Jacqueline came up with the challenge to do a 5k every day in December …. the busiest month of the year when most people just want to celebrate, and