Frontlist | woman’s publishing business aims to help mental wellbeing
Miss Humpherson added: “It is so exciting to create my own products and even more exciting to have such positive encouragement from family and friends. I never thought I would have the confidence to do something like this, especially at a time where there is so much uncertainty. I am really proud of my brand and what it represents and can’t wait to launch our products.”
But for Miss Humpherson the venture is not just about business, she is intent on raising awareness and supporting mental health charities.
“When I created OddisEven, I knew I wanted to share our success by giving something back to those who helped me overcome my own problems,” she said. “That is why I want to donate £1 from every book sale to a nominated mental health charity.”
The first nominated charity is The Rees Centre Wellbeing Hub in Plympton, Plymouth. The centre is part of a growing network of hubs aimed at connecting people with organisations, information and activities that help improve overall wellbeing.
Kathryn Hussey, from The Rees Centre, said: “I wish Chloe every success on her journey with OddisEven. I understand the challenges many young people face in living with mental health difficulties and the often-devastating domino effect this can have on their family.
OddisEven has been set up in Plymouth and helps charity in addition to producing journals and gift cards