Keele University supports BRIT and embraces the BRIT 2021 Challenge
We are delighted that Keele University are supporting the British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) and have embraced our BRIT 2021 Challenge.
It was a pleasure to visit Keele University as part of our BRIT 2020 Row Britannia Challenge and meet so many of the students and staff who were taking part.
We are sincerely grateful to Professor Trevor McMillan, Vice Chancellor of Keele University, Keele University Students' Union and to Rachel Adams, Director of Human Resources, who has been a tremendous supporter of our BRIT Challenges over the past two years.
“Since its inception, Keele University has been pushing boundaries to create an impact locally, nationally and globally. It's so important that our student’s time at Keele is spent feeling happy and healthy. Our Welfare Team are available for all students and we are constantly exploring innovative and positive ways to help improve and support student mental health and fitness.
Our students and staff were inspired by BRIT’s 2020 Row Britannia Challenge as it was inclusive, enabled students of all abilities to take part and we loved their vision of collaborating with other charities that support young adult mental health.
We are excited that BRIT are going to deliver a BRIT 2021 Challenge as a feelgood fundraiser and look forward to encouraging all our students to be involved; be they on campus or at home.”
Rachel Adams Bsc (Hons) FCIPD
Director of Human Resources
We wish every student and staff member the very best of luck with their BRIT 2021 Challenge 2,021 mile target and their fundraising efforts. Thank you for uniting with us in support of young adult mental health throughout the UK.