[embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxZETsAAgBM[/embedyt] Channel the energy it has generated among people around the world into positive actions to promote mental health among young people and make small changes on Earth. “The charity is passionate about changing the way young Scots are affected by mental health problems. Kathryn Joseph, Fiskur and James Graham, the leader of The Twilight Sad, were among those who played the role of the frightened rabbit who raised funds for the Scott Hutchinson Foundation and Social Bite to help the homeless. Scott Hutchison’s family established a mental health charity to commemorate the warbler. Last year, Simon Neil, the leader of Biffy Clyro, took the stage with Freadened Rabbit at the Scott Hutchison Tribute Show in Glasgow, Scotland. Whether they meet him personally, through his music and art, or through the interviews he gave on deeply personal subjects, many people have been deeply influenced by Scott’s life. We want a Scotland w young people talk about their mental health. The charity Tiny Changes is inspired by the rabbit’s spooky song “Heads Roll Off”: “As long as I live, I will make small changes in the land”. Through his music and art, he has made thousands of small changes and encouraged others around the world to do the same. The honesty of his words and openness about his mental health have inspired people from all walks of life.