The group will release the programme in collaboration with the Richmond Foundation, a non-profit organisation based in Malta.
ComeOn Cares will consist of several projects that will focus on mental health, a topic the Richmond Foundation provides community support for.
The foundation seeks to address mental health problems through prevention initiatives, as well as person-to-person support to help improve people’s quality of life.
The new ComeOn Cares initiative will feature an employee assistance programme, which will also roll out across all locations with the help of the Richmond Foundation.
The programme, Healthy Minds Work, will receive mental health support from ComeOn Cares as part of a wider employee wellbeing programme.
Alongside this collaboration, ComeOn Cares will sponsor various other programmes aimed at supporting mental health in local communities, by offering mental health first aid courses for the general public.
ComeOn has reiterated its commitment to the wellbeing of its employees and will continue to promote the topic at the forefront of its corporate social responsibility & people strategy.
In addition to ComeOn Cares, ComeOn has also launched a new volunteering programme, enabling its 550 employees to choose a cause to support.
Employees at ComeOn can choose to volunteer in areas including joining group clean-ups, helping in animal shelters and providing local community support.
ComeOn says initiatives such as this have always been a part of the culture of its global company.
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