Hull City Tigers Support Humans And Forget About Endangered Tigers.

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Hull City Supporting World Mental Health Day 2019.

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Set up by the World Federation for Mental Health in 1992, the event takes place every year on 10th October with the objective of raising awareness of mental health issues and supporting all mental health stakeholders in their work changing attitudes.

The EFL and their charity partner, Mind, recently launched an awareness campaign for World Mental Health Day 2019, Goals Worth Talking About.

The campaign is the latest activity by the EFL and Mind, who are currently in the second year of their ground-breaking charity partnership which aims to improve the nation’s mental health and wellbeing and the approach to mental health in football.

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Hull City, a football club in the UK, raises awareness for mental health problems.

We appreciate their efforts, it’s a good cause!

We would appreciate it even more if Hull City Tigers do a lot more on creating better situations for the animal that gave them their name.

The tiger, with only 4,642 left in the wild, is endangered and threatened with extinction.

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