Connect Yorkshire Partner Partners& are holding a networking event to support mental health, deliberately designed to debunk the taboo of men’s mental health.
When: 18 November | 18:00 -20:30
Where: Jorvik Lounge, York City Football Club, LNER Community Stadium, YO32 9AF
Ticketed event – entry fee – Donation to Movemeber upon registration.
An evening deliberately designed to debunk the taboo of men’s mental health. Real stories, real men, real talk.
Suicide is the biggest killer in men under 35, with an average of 191,000 men a year reporting stress, depression or anxiety caused or made worse by work .
Following the events of the last 18 months, it has never been more important to talk openly and candidly about mental wellbeing, both inside and outside the workplace.
Show your support for #mensmentalhealthmonth and join us from 6-8.30pm on Thursday 18 November at York City Football Club for a networking evening with meaning. The event will be ticketed, and the only entry fee we ask is a voluntary minimum £10 donation for the men’s health charity Movember. The evening will also include a tour of the new YCFC stadium.
Please note this event has limited spaces and will be ticketed on a first-come-first-serve basis.
YCFC manager and former premier league player Steve Watson as he opens up about his experiences with mental health, life in the public eye, and supporting his team’s wellbeing.
Aaron Devitt, Managing Partner at Partners& and men’s health advocate on why we need to remove the taboo of talking about mental wellbeing in the workplace
Jason Jones, Sales Director at InBusiness Ninjas and The Brotherhood founder on identifying different types of mental health and understanding different coping mechanisms
Grant Phillips, founder and owner of GPC Group Limited, will be talking about the importance of speaking to likeminded people, his coping mechanisms and how that may help you, and the power of positivity
Your guaranteed takeaways include:
How to balance a business and your personal wellbeing
A tour of the York City Football Club stadium
Meet with likeminded people and local business owners in an informal setting
Let’s get candid about men’s mental health and help make a difference to individuals and businesses.
Register today and all donations raised will go towards supporting the work of Movember.