Wimbledon Charity Recognised at Business Awards

stem4 runner up in Best Enterprising Business category

SW19-based charity stem4 was the runner up in the Best Enterprising Business category of the Merton Business Awards 2016. They received their award at a ceremony sponsored by the Merton Chamber of Commerce on the 22 September held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon.

Dr Nihara Krause accepts the award from Ryan Carver, Close Brothers

Dr Krause CEO, Founder of stem4, said “We are absolutely delighted to receive this award which recognises our innovative focus and input in raising early awareness and signposting to early intervention of teenage mental health issues as well as our youth friendly resources such as our ‘Calm Harm’ smart phone app. This award is also an acknowledgement of the hard work carried out by the team at stem4.”

A spokesperson for Merton Chamber said, “that winners in this category won’t be standing still; they’ll be moving and shaking, leading in their markets”.

stem4 is a charity, based in Wimbledon, aimed at improving the early identification of commonly occurring mental health issues in teenagers, covering eating disorders, depression and anxiety, self-harm and addiction. stem4 educates through interactive workshops at secondary schools, conferences for students, school leaders, school nurses and GPs, and through a comprehensive website - www.stem4.org.uk - that provides evidence based information.

September 29, 2016