Inspire is fortunate to have very special individuals who volunteer as ambassadors to help promote awareness of wellbeing issues.
Northern Ireland and Ireland Powerlifting champion, Rory Girvan kindly volunteers his time to act as our Ambassador for Male Wellbeing.
Rory who also owns and runs HENCH, a gym and fitness centre in Belfast City Centre has faced his own battle with depression. He now shares his experience and his own philosophy for keeping both body and mind 'fit' to help encourage men to speak up about their mental and emotional wellbeing, and seek help when they need it.
Click Here to find out more about HENCH.
Wife of East Belfast MP Gavin Robinson, Lindsay kindly volunteers her time to act as our Ambassador for Maternal Wellbeing.
Lindsay has had experience of post-natal depression and knows only too well the stresses mums and mums-to-be can experience and how difficult it is sometimes for them to admit they need help to cope with the transition to motherhood.
Having been there herself, Lindsay does all she can to help empower other women who may need it to seek support and to raise awareness of maternal mental health issues.
Click Here to read the latest updates from Lindsay's personal blog.
Volunteers bring immeasurable value to all areas of Inspire’s work to support people living with mental health conditions or an intellectual/learning disability. Find out more about how you get involved with our work.