A Hedgehog Named Bob

Calli Malpas is a local musician and supporter of North Kent Mind, who is kindly donating the proceeds of all iTunes sales of her song ‘A Hedgehog Named Bob’ to our organisation. She hopes that the song, in which she describes her own mental health experiences, will help raise awareness of mental health and raise money for us.

Check out the video of ‘A Hedgehog Named Bob’ on Youtube and if you can download the track for just 79p from iTunes. Every penny helps!  Let’s send Bob on a global journey by


*Content Warning* Although this is quite an uplifting song and has a cute cartoon video, the lyrics briefly mention experience of suicidal ideation/thoughts. 

Purchase on Itunes

Download the track for just 79p All proceeds are donated to North Kent Mind. Every penny helps!


My Prudential RideLondon

Prudential Ride London may have been cancelled but that’s not going to stop the World’s greatest festival of cycling taking place.

My Prudential RideLondon is your chance to get on your bike – or scooter, skateboard, trike, tandem, penny farthing, roller skates, unicycle or any type of self-propelled wheels! – and take part, wherever you live and with whoever you like – family, friends or by yourself.

It’s your ride, your way, for North Kent Mind. Join our team and take part in the first ever VIRTUAL edition of the My Prudential RideLondon. 

Free to enter and open to all. Sign up here👇to help North Kent Mind. https://myridelondon.co.uk/register #MyPRL


We’ve added a Ziffit link to our Virgin Money Giving account! You can now support our work from the comfort of your home, get involved as we #DeclutterAndDonate on May 5th for #GivingTuesdayNow

To make donating faster and easier supporters can download the Ziffit app. Anyone making trade-ins through Ziffit can now donate the value of their unwanted goodies directly to any charity registered with Virgin Money Giving by selecting North Kent Mind charity at the checkout.

Thank you

Well-being volunteer, Olivia Cheale and her mum dropping the care packages they put together for some of our most vulnerable service users.

They dropped the boxes to support workers drive, with socially distanced and done safely. I understand that these were well received.

Olivia had some of the money given to her from Dartford Deeds but they topped up the boxes themselves.