Liggy is committed to actively supporting charitable organisations and on a regular basis gets involved in supporting campaigns.
She is particularly devoted to mental health initiatives and is keen to support individuals who are challenged with depression. Liggy is a huge advocate of CBT, Mindfulness and promoting all aspects of positive psychology.
Currently Liggy is actively involved in raising funding for an amazing expedition where her friend Ben Hooper will be swimming the atlantic and raising money for charity.
See Ben's website - www.swimthebigblue.com
One of the charities Ben will be supporting is www.addaction.org.uk - the UK's leading specialist drug and alcohol recovery treatment charity.
Swim The Big Blue will chart a course from Dakar, Senegal to Natal, Northern Brazil across the open Mid-South Atlantic Ocean beginning in November 2015. Using freestyle swimming (front crawl) and piloted by Atlantic rower and sailor Roy Finlay Ben will reach his destination in January 2016.
Donations and support would be greatly appreciated - Click here to make a donation - http://www.swimthebigblue.com/charities
Liggy will be organising a range of fund-raising initiatives to help Ben reach his target and in turn raise funds to support vulnerable individuals and inspire others with his courage and dedication.
Here are some of the other charitable initiatives that Liggy is involved in:
Speaking with Dame Carol Black, Dr Steve Boorman and Pat Hadlow at the 10th Anniversary Conference
Speaking at the annual conference that supports drug and alcohol abuse recovery.
Work 4 Wellbeing
Liggy is the first appointed Ambassador for this Scottish community interest organisation
Development of on-line content for the organisation
10th October 2014 - World Mental Health Day
Liggy will be organising a range of activities to support mental health initiatives and charities
Modern Life Skills Library
Liggy has worked with The Learning Architect to produce an online library with over 100 resources to help individuals cope better with the demands and challenges of every day life. This library content is offered free of charge for registered charitable organisations.