Sarah Medcalf from Newcastle United Foundation presents their campaign on mental health
Sarah Medcalf, Senior Development Manager of the Newcastle United Foundation presents their campaign “Be a Game Changer – Let’s get talking about mental health” at the 13th EFDN Conference in Barcelona in November.
“Be a Game Changer – Let’s get talking about mental health”
Newcastle United Foundation recently launched Be a Game Changer, a campaign to encourage people, in particular men, in the city to talk openly about mental health and to provide tips on how to improve their physical and mental well-being. The campaign promotes to talk more openly about mental health, take steps to look after ourselves, and each other, more effectively. Through #beagamechanger, the Foundation keeps a close eye on the team – and promotes to do the same with others who may need support.
Sarah Medcalf – Newcastle United Foundation
With a certificate in fundraising, over twelve years’ experience in the charity sector and nine years in commercial sales and marketing roles, Sarah has extensive experience in developing and overseeing funding programmes, cultivating relationships at a senior level, achieving and exceeding targets, project and people management and building supporter relations. She joined Newcastle United Foundation in 2012, works on expanding the Development and Communications team and overseeing major gifts, corporate, grant, community and events fundraising. She is a member of the charity’s Senior Management Team which is responsible for strategy, leadership, management and organisational performance of Newcastle United Foundation and recently joined Mental Health Concern as a trustee.
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