​We need a new minibus to support delivery of our 3.7 programme to help young people who are struggling to engage in mainstream education as a result of poor mental health and resilience.

The 3.7 programme has been made possible through donations in memory of Matt Campbell who died running in memory of his father Martin during the 2018 London Marathon. Those who supported Matt’s appeal have all contributed to increasing the resilience of young people to support their successful transition through school and beyond.

3.7 is a one school term development programme that re-engages reluctant learners by providing an alternative curriculum for young people who are struggling to engage in mainstream education as a result of low mental health and resilience. This might include low self-esteem, anxiety and stress, poor relationships with peers and adults, lack of engagement in positive activities.

A minibus is essential for the weekend residential that forms a key part of the 3.7 programme. Donations to support the purchase of a mini bus will enable hundreds of young people to benefit from the programme.

When she came home she was a different child. Filled with confidence and a desire to explore and exceed; absolutely without a doubt the best thing she has ever done.

- Parent

Matt and his Father, Martin, cared deeply about supporting young people to grow up with the resilience to meet the challenges adulthood brings. Both saw the impact our programmes have on young people and their families, and volunteered their time to support this.

Part of the legacy of Matt and Martin is to provide young people with enhanced resilience at important times of their lives.

Please donate to help deliver their legacy.

By donating to this campaign you can help ensure that all of Matt's fundraising money goes into the 3.7 programme, directly helping more young people.