Call for organisations to manage social media accounts

Richmond Foundation (VO 017) is seeking proposals from marketing services companies to provide comprehensive social media management services (10 hours a week).

Scope of Services: We are looking for a marketing services company to provide the following services:

  • Content creation and management for all social media channels
  • Development and execution of social media campaigns including concept
  • Community engagement, curation and interaction
  • Analytics and metrics reporting
  • Strategic thinking for social media growth and outreach

Submission Details: Interested social media companies are invited to submit their expression of interest by Monday, 4th March 2024.

Submissions should include:

  • Company profile and track record in providing social media management services
  • Outline proposal for approach and strategy for managing Richmond Foundation’s social media channels
  • Case studies or examples of past successful social media campaigns
  • Budget and timeline for the provision of services

Contact Information: For more information and to submit your expression of interest, please contact Shortlisted companies may be invited to present further information in person or remotely.

Join us in making a difference in mental health advocacy and support. We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Mental Well-being Centre

Richmond is setting up a Mental Well-being Centre for Families with Young People. The project will set up a Learning, Research and Resource Centre focusing on monitoring young people’s mental health, training professionals, parents and guardians on therapeutic interventions and producing educational and awareness resources for families and for young people.

Richmond is applying for ERDF funds. The project or part of it maybe co-financed by ERDF funds

Call for Expression of Interest to rent premises

Mental Well-being Center for Families with Young People ESF Project - ESF02.147

Richmond applied for EU funding under the Operational Programme II – European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 ‘Investing in Human Capital to Create More Opportunities and Promote the Well-being of Society’ in order to develop the educational material for the Centre. The project is part-financed by the European Union European Social Fund (ESF). Co-financing rate: 80% European Union; 20% Richmond Foundation Funds.

Below you will find the call for tenders for various services required, the schedule of bidders and the notice of awards.

Call For Tenders

Date of publication: 25th January 2021

Closing Date: 25th February 2021 09.30 hrs

Participation: To participate in the tenders write an email to specifying the title and reference number of the tender. The tender document/s will be emailed from 25th January onward till the closing date.


Educational Videos Production Tender Clarification published on 03.02.2021

Mental Health Expert tender Clarifications published on 11.02.2021 

Mental Health Expert tender Clarification 2 – extended deadline till 8th March 2021. Published on 15th Feb 2021

Training abroad RFESFMWCP005 Clarification 1 – extended deadline till 5th August 2021

Training abroad re issue- Clarification 01 extended deadline till 16th August 2022

Mental Health First Aid Youths ESF02.049

Mental health education forms a key part of what we do. Which is why we were concerned when the Health Literacy Survey Malta 2014 Report found that 45.7% of the Maltese population had difficulty or did not know where to find information on how to manage very common mental health problems, like stress and depression. We had to do something about this.

In order to address this, Richmond Foundation, in partnership with the Ministry for Education and Employment, were awarded funding under the Operational Programme II – European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020 – for a project entitled Mental Health First Aid Youths.

Through training, material and online resources the project sought to equip the following groups as Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAs): Educators to be able to help students, Managers and supervisors at work to help young employees, and Youth to be able to help and reach out to their teenage peers.

The project was part-financed by the European Union European Social Fund (ESF). Co-financing rate: 80% European Union; 20% Richmond Foundation Funds. Below you will find the call for tenders for various services required, the schedule of bidders and the notice of awards.

Healthy Minds for Healthy Business

Good mental health at the workplace is essential for employee wellbeing and personal development, employer-employee relationships, as well as the success of the business itself. We wanted to better understand the situation on the ground in Malta and Gozo through the research project Healthy Mind for Healthy Business ESF 3.193.

Our aim was to understand the policies and procedures that were in place in the workplace, the number of employees who needed attention and the types and magnitude of stressors. While the research presented a snapshot of the situation in Malta and Gozo, it was essential in helping us gain insight into what businesses needed in order for us to design effective mental health policies. Our findings helped us put together a manual of procedures for businesses to facilitate the development and implementation of such polices. The manual was distributed to companies in Malta.


Impact Assessment of Mental Health on Employment for Policy Development (IAMHE)

The stresses within the work environment have an impact on mental health. We wanted to understand more about the situation in Malta and Gozo. This was possible when we were awarded funding under the Cohesion Policy 2007 – 2013 (OP II – ESF) Structural Funds for a project entitled Impact Assessment of Mental Health on Employment for Policy Development. This was a project carried out in partnership with the Employment Training Corporation (ETC), Malta Employers Association (MEA) and Compagnie de Sporen (Belgium).

The project sought to identify the main obstacles and labour market distortions which needed to be addressed to develop, improve or change policies and systems that contributed towards the access, integration, retention and progression in employment of disadvantaged groups, especially persons experiencing mental health difficulties. An Advisory Group for the research was set up for the duration of the research project. The group involved the project members from our partners ETC and MEA, Informa Consultants experts and other stakeholders in the field of employment and mental health. Our findings were presented during a National Conference held in January 2011.