Hope Spring offers complimentary eCards for Mental Health Awareness Week

Hope Spring charity ecard website has announced the launch of ten new eCards with positive messages as part of their contribution to Mental Health Awareness Week. The eCards are designed to uplift and support individuals struggling with mental health challenges and are being made available for free to everyone.

Seun Olonade, the platform manager for Hope Spring eCards, stated that the cheerful and uplifting messages in the eCards can help demonstrate to those battling mental health problems that they are not alone. The organisation, based in Hereford, has been running their ecard platform for five years and it has become a significant fundraiser for the charity.

Users of the platform have the option to send a free eCard or make a donation to the charity. With thousands of eCards available, mainly for special occasions like birthdays and Christmas, Hope Spring also creates special cards for events such as Mental Health Awareness Week. The full range of occasions for which eCards are available can be found on their website and social media pages.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024, taking place between 13 and 19 of May, has seen hundreds of specialist mental health charities, businesses, and other organisations amplifying information about mental health. This week serves as an important reminder of the prevalence of mental health challenges and the need for support and understanding.