A corporate’s social responsibility (CSR) is about taking shared responsibility for a better future, to help society grow with you. Your contribution to Solh can help change the world.
This is the problem that Solh Wellness is solving.
In a world where mental health is largely ignored, we are making big strides in making help accessible to everyone. Together, we can solve the harder problems in mental health.
Our app has already reached 90,000+ downloads globally. Your support can amplify mental health assistance, transforming more lives.
Demonstrate your social responsibility and use it wisely in making mental health affordable, accessible, available, and personalized for all.
We align with the UN’s 2030 agenda for sustainable development. Getting CSR funding would allow us to work better towards contributing to a sustainable future.
Not just individuals, Solh also works towards creating mentally healthy workplaces. Our corporate workshops and programs like EWP (Employee Wellness Program) prove to be an asset for any organization. Our collaboration can benefit your workforce as well.
The United Nations (UN) has recognized mental health as a global development priority through its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Having a pioneering vision, Solh Wellness incorporates 8 out of 17 SDGs in its approach toward mental health.
High levels of stress, struggling to make ends meet, and inability to access mental healthcare resources can take a toll on mental wellbeing. Focusing on improving mental health as a cause as well as a consequence is crucial.
Mental health is the cornerstone of overall health and wellbeing. Improvements in mental health can have an impact on physical health, and vice versa.
Mental health plays a crucial role in providing a holistic approach to education, empowering students to flourish academically, emotionally, and interpersonally.
Good mental health is the foundation for gender equality, enabling individuals of all genders to break free from societal constraints and achieve true empowerment.
Mental well-being enables a productive workforce, reduces absenteeism and turnover rates, and promotes a positive work environment that enhances job satisfaction and economic prosperity.
By addressing mental health disparities and promoting equal access to mental health resources and support, we can work towards reducing inequalities and creating a more inclusive society.
Building safe and resilient cities boosts mental well-being, from workplaces to homes; as we protect our planet's health, we safeguard our minds too.
The adverse impacts of climate change, such as extreme weather events, food and water scarcity, and displacement, lead to stress, anxiety, and psychological distress among individuals and communities.