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Mental Health On The Go

April, 2022
Good News!!!
JOM Charity (SCIO) SC048839
proudly presents
“Mental On The Go!”
(“Afro-Celtic Art, Well-being &
Mental Health Exhibitions &
Workshops ”).

“The Jubilee Afro-Celtic Art &
Mental Health Project is funded by the National Lottery
Community Fund and it’s taking place in Milngavie &
Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.”

Special thanks to The National Lottery Players and Supporters says JOM Charity Founder, Trustee & Chief Executive & coordinator Chief Josephine Oboh-MacLeod (Johfrim) of JOM Charity.

The project is aimed at building stronger relationships
between African, Scottish, BAME & other communities in
Scotland. Its purpose is to create better a positive and meaningful cordial interrelationship between them.

The workshops, activities and exhibitions are projected to give participants something discerning, special, that allows them to interact with others thereby alleviating isolation, loneliness, depression and other mental health & wellbeing challenges especially post Covid Pandemic lockdowns and restrictions.

Programme of Events:

Opening: Saturday, 30th April, 2022
Regent Centre, Kirkintilloch, Autism Day, Workshop & Exhibitions by Artist Johfrim, Josephine Oboh-Macleod, Vanessa Flecther & other volunteers. Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day.

Fundraising for Autism Scotland � etc.
11am to 1pm.

Sunday, 15th May, 2022. Twechar Family Fun Fayre. Art demonstrations by local artists. Art demonstrations Chief Amu, Geoff Foord & others on Well-being through Art. Workshop,
demonstrations, Face Painting, African & Scottish food, Music & Fun Fair. Speech & tips by Mental Health Expert. Music Alix Edmonds, Etc.

Venue: Twechar & Enterprise Centre, Twechar, Kirkintilloch,
St John’s Street, Kirkintilloch.
Time:1am to 4pm.

Monday, 23rd May, 2022

“Jubilee High Tea”. Exhibition, Food ( High Tea), Music by Geoff Foord & Willow Moon Band, Alix Edmonds etc, Raffles, Jubilee Tree Planting and Games. Organised by Josephine, Evelyn & Elaine. Dementia & Alzheimer Awareness by Alzheimer Scotland.

Fraser Centre Milngavie, 7 Douglas Street, Milngavie Town Centre, G62 6PA

12 to 4pm

Peace to the World Creative Art 2022
Exhibition at Milngavie & Kirkintilloch Library. Peace to the World Art pieces by Twechar Ladies, facilitated by local artists. World Mental Health Awareness Exhibition.

Exploring the Art of Tie & Dye, African & Celtic symbols, Sayings & Proverbs.

After final collage art created by craft ladies at Twechar Healthy Living Community & Enterprise
Centre & JOM Charity, Art & Culture Centre,

26A Station Road, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62 8HN, East
Saturday, 10th September, 2022
Men Matters Scotland- The Kilted Afro – Celtic Gentlemen. Men’s Mental Health Awareness Day.

Facilitator Salvino Volpe and Mental Expert . Art & Wellbeing Workshop, Food. Music raffle to
fundraise for Men Matter Scotland.

Venue: Fraser Centre Milngavie, 7 Douglas Street, Milngavie Town Centre, G62 6PA

Time 12 to 4pm.

Saturday, 1st October, 2022

“Afro Celtic International & Black History Month, Day” in honour of Nigerian Independence Day!
(Unveiling next project Re-Forestation & Environmental Protection).

Exhibition of JOM Charity, it’s work past, present & future. Exhibition, Short Speeches by Experts.
Music, Food & Drinks, Silent Auction, Raffles.”

Venue: The Broadcroff Hotels, 3 David Donnelly Pl, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow G66 1DD

Time 5 to 9pm

The raffle will raise funds for JOM Charity.

Enquiries- Josephine Oboh-MacLeod. +44 7900396707

Managing Co-ordinator- Chief Josephine Oboh-Macleod Art Centre/Studio Address – Johfrim Art and Design, 26A Station Road, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62 8AB
Email –
+44 7900 396707
Other- Sponsors & Supporters
Mab’s Communications
Osapa Golden Rotary
Adefowope Property Development & Dredging LTD
Kakofoni Limited

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Valentine Special

“Happy Valentine!❤️💝❤️”


A very successful event!
As we send Love to all from Tesco Milingavie.
Thanks to you all for your magnificent support!
In aid of Mental Health & raising funds for local school, Douglas Academy, Milngavie.

A big thanks also goes to Tesco staff and mangers, St Paul’s Church, Milngavie, Pam Gosal MSP, Naveed Asghar Rana,Steven Morrison, Faten Hameed, Tesco staffs & Managers, St Paul’s Church Milngavie, Ian, Milngavie Manor Carehome, local Artist, Geoff Foord, Piper Norman MacLeod, JOM Charity Volunteers, Supporters & most importantly everybody!

The event was facilitated by Tesco Community Champion Evelyn & Josephine Oboh-MacLeod of JOM Charity – SCIO.

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Special thank you message

As I work on my goal in touching lives through Humanitarianism etc. Please know your support has helped me not to give up. I will continue to be persistent and eventually will do what I set out to do.

Would like to appreciate, The National Lottery Community Fund, Scotland for Funding JOM CHARITY -SCIO Afro Celtic Event that took place in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, United kingdom in 2021.

The support you provided helped tremendously. I am thankful that you stuck with me and still love me through difficult times.

We have apply to the National Lottery & Glasgow Mental health Funds for 2022 funding to enable us facilitate creative art, well-being and Mental health activities in kirkintilloch East, North, Twechar & Milngavie, Glasgow.

We are very positive on our chances of getting the funds.

“I am extremely excited to facilitate these activities” and regardless of the funding, We have continue our activities in Milngavie and have ear marked fantastic activities in kirkintilloch and surrounding area in 2022 says Jom Charity East Dunbartonshire travel and Tourism founder and Trustee

Josephine Oboh Macleod💕💕