Thursday 21st March was an important day for the Molly Rose Foundation as we held our first training session, a Mental Health First Aid course at Marlborough Primary School, Harrow.
Molly Rose Foundation Chair of Trustees, Ian Russell gave a speech at a NSPCC reception at parliament in support of the introduction of Government regulation to tame the Wide West
The Molly Rose Foundation would like to say a big thank you to Monique, Rebecca and Francesca for running in the Brentwood half marathon on March 17th in support of
The Molly Rose Foundation is working with the NSPCC to urge social media firms to commit to making their platforms safer for children
The text below is an open letter sent to the Sunday Times jointly by the Molly Rose Foundation and NSPCC. (February 17th 2019). If you would like to see the
About the Week Place2Be launched the first ever Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. Now in its
It has now been a week since the BBC broadcast a film about the suicide of Molly Russell in 2017. The story has prompted people all over the country to
Health Secretary doesn’t rule out banning social media firms if they fail to remove content that promotes self-harm and suicide. Matt Hancock told Andrew Marr that he feels “desperately concerned