• Sharing Crucial Safety Messages

    by Tania Russell-Owen | 15th Jun 2021

    For a number of years the Meic helpline, ran by ProMo-Cymru, has been involved in Crucial Crew. This is an event that travels into schools to share important safety information…

  • Meic Covid Resources In Mental Health Toolkit

    by Tania Russell-Owen | 24th Jun 2020

    Meic, the helpline service for children and young people run by ProMo-Cymru, has been included as a resource in a Mental Health Toolkit developed by the Welsh Government. For the…

  • Welsh Language Case Study: Butterflies

    by Tania Russell-Owen | 13th Dec 2019

    Approaching work creatively, openly and consistently is something of a standard within ProMo-Cymru. These qualities have always helped us to adopt better practices and communicate more meaningfully.  While this may…

  • Celebrating a Productive Year at ProMo-Cymru

    by Tania Russell-Owen | 16th Jan 2019

    2018 was a busy year here at ProMo-Cymru with lots of things going on. We thought it apt that the first blog of 2019 looks back at all the things…

  • Instant Messaging: The Preferred Method Of Contact

    by Thomas Morris | 26th Nov 2018

    Research in the way that children and young people are contacting one of ProMo-Cymru’s helpline services shows the increase in popularity of contacting through Integrated Instant Messaging. This is overtaking…

  • Nominations For Two Prestigious Awards

    by Tania Russell-Owen | 22nd May 2018

    ProMo-Cymru are finalists in two prestigious awards, the Cardiff Business Awards 2018 and Walesonline Digital Awards 2018. These awards celebrate the success and achievements of businesses across Wales. Social Enterprise…

  • Developing Digital Youth Work

    by Nathan Williams | 27th Apr 2018

    ProMo-Cymru is working with young people to develop digital youth work and digital youth information in the UK. We have been awarded funding by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to develop a…

  • TEC Model: Meic & The Morning After Pill

    by Nathan Williams | 21st Aug 2017

    Innovation doesn’t come from technology alone. It comes from understanding how people interact with services. And how to be of value to an individual. That approach is at the heart…