Trainee surveyors from the academies at two of LionHeart’s corporate partner firms are limbering up to go head-to-head in a virtual fundraising challenge for us.
LionHeart will be running a full week of online events again to mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2022, from 9th to 15th May, including informal conversation sessions inspired by the theme of beating loneliness and making meaningful connections to improve mental health.
We've been able to get immediate financial support to several RICS professionals who have fled Ukraine and supported the families of men who have had to stay in the war-stricken country
We're marking Stress Awareness Month throughout April with a programme of free webinars that look at different aspects of stress and stress management
LionHeart’s support officers are poised to answer helpline calls and email enquiries from any RICS professional concerned about Ukraine, whether they are in the region themselves or have family members there.
Can you help us continue to make a difference by getting involved in our Follow Your LionHeart fundraising challenge this February and March?
LionHeart will be running a day of events to mark Time to Talk Day this February - including the chance to ask questions of our professional counsellors and find out more about the service.
As we say farewell to 2021, we're reflecting on a year that's remained full of uncertainty and yet one in which we've continued to make an impact and a difference in people's lives when they've needed us most. Take a look at our year in review video!
The original founders of a training company for surveyors have made a generous donation to LionHeart following its sale.
Bereavement and loss affects everyone but, despite this, we’re often spectacularly ill-equipped to cope with our own, or other people’s, grief. This Grief Awareness Week, here are six things you need to understand about grief.
We're looking for RICS professionals from all over the world to join a series of focus groups that will help us improve and develop future services and support.
Although the world seems to be taking steps back to normality, times remain very tough indeed for some of the people we’re supporting. Can you support our fundraiser to help brighten up their Christmas?
The new president of the RICS, Clement Lau, has met with LionHeart chief executive Davina Goodchild to re-affirm his support for the charity through his presidential term.
LionHeart has signed up to a new partnership that will streamline the way counselling can be offered to RICS professionals based outside the UK and Ireland.
This Happiness at Work Week, we asked some of the LionHeart ambassadors how being happy - or not! - at work affected their wellbeing and mental health.
Our 2021 Impact Report has been released, showing how we supported people through difficult times and as the effects of Covid-19 continued to be felt all over the world.
LionHeart will be running a programme of online webinars to mark World Mental Health Day this October.
LionHeart is launching a youth counselling service aimed at over 12s for the very first time after signing up to a pioneering partnership with young people's charity Open Door.
Financial hardship can really have a detrimental effect on your wellbeing and self-esteem, and place relationships under great strain. Our different grants are designed to bridge the gap and help people through difficult circumstances or when the unexpected happens.
The chairman of LionHeart’s board has been re-elected by his fellow trustees to serve a second term at the helm.