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A charity fund set up in memory of the group “Scary Rabbit” has launched a new mental health fund

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Small changes, a charitable organization set in memory Frightened rabbit soloist Scott Hutchison has launched a new mental health fund.

Hutchison committed suicide in May 2018, suffered from depression. The following year, the family of the late musician – his brother and Frightened Rabbit drummer Grant, announced his brother Neil and his parents. Small changes. Its name is derived from the 2008 song “Frightened Rabbit.” “Heads move” (“I will make small changes to the Earth while I am alive”).

Aimed at improving the activities of the charity mental health children and youth, the Hutchison family explained that they hope to continue this positive impact [Scott’s] art and music have affected a lot of people. “

Small Changes has now announced the National Small Grants Program – the Small Change Implementation Fund. According to the organization’s official website, it “supports innovative ideas of up to £ 10,000”.

“Funded projects will make a small difference towards the equality and mental health of Scottish youth,” the report said.

Continuing the mission to “make the young mind feel good,” Tiny Changes wrote: “We can only do this with your help. .

“We are investing in new and existing projects. We fund research and support innovations that improve the mental health of young people. ”

Now those who want to participate can submit their ideas by November 10th. “Anyone can apply,” Tiny Changes writes. “The more ideas we hear, the bigger the difference we can make.”

You can find the application form Here along with additional information.

The new scheme began on Mental Health Day (October 10) with the design of “Scott and the Words of Youth to Scottish Attractions”. See the pictures in the tweets above.

The frightened rabbit recently announced A new book of words and pictures by Scott Hutchison, The work.

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