Doing The Right Thing

We Are Supporting Penumbra

 

The Cullen Property team have decided to support the Scottish mental health charity Penumbra by walking, running and cycling the equivalent distance from Cullen in Moray, Scotland to Cullen in New York, America – That’s 3,173 miles!

After a challenging year for many in 2020, maintaining positive mental health has never been more important. This is why we have selectively chosen Penumbra for their unique approach to supporting those who come up against mental health challenges. With outdoor exercise being a great way to stay active and maintain positive mental health, we thought walking, running and cycling would be the perfect way to raise money this year for our chosen cause. So please, if you are in the position to do so, give what you can to support the team as they embark on this journey across the pond!

If you are in the position to do so, please click here to donate!

About Penumbra

Penumbra is one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities. They support around 1,800 adults and young people every week and employ 460 staff across Scotland.

Founded in 1985, they work to promote mental health and wellbeing for all, prevent mental ill health for people who are ‘at risk’, and to support people with mental ill health to live fulfilling lives.

They provide a wide range of services which offer hope and practical steps towards recovery, and campaign to increase public knowledge about mental health and to influence national and local government policy.

Click here for more information about Penumbra and their free guides to help with homeworking, responding to change, dealing with anxiety & depression and much more!

 

Trees For Tenancies

As part of our journey towards carbon neutrality, we have teamed up with Trees for Life to plant a tree for each and every new tenancy that is started this year. To plant your own tree or view our ‘grove’ by clicking below.

Our trees are carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.