Keep Real is a Yorkshire-based social enterprise devoted to promoting better mental health amongst young people. Founded in 2017, the brand has collaborated with a number of local organisations, run its first mental health workshop in Sheffield and now they are just weeks way from celebrating the first birthday on the 27th of July at Headrow House in Leeds, which is sure to be a fantastic night all in aid of a great cause. We asked founder of Keep Real, Kimberley Robinson, if she could write us a little something about herself and her enterprise to find out why raising awareness around mental health is so important to her and many others.
“Blood stains; the deepest cut. Heartache and we’ve had enough. Shoot us down and we get back up” sings Tyni, a 22 year old singer from Sheffield. The lyrics mark the beginning of a collaboration between Tyni and the leading independent music charity, Help Musicians UK (HMUK).
Welcome Julie Perry, entrepreneur, leader, property developer, wife and mother. With many strings to her bow, Julie, who has learnt a lot through a rich and varied life, has kindly offered to impart some of her wisdom and the lessons she has garnered from the book, ‘The Miracle Morning’, in the hope that you too may benefit from revamping your lifestyle and daily rituals. Lets call it a Spring Clean of your morning Routine!