Warrior Charity Pageant

Those with invisible illnesses and disabilities will be taking part in the competition to help raise awareness of their hidden struggles and to help them believe in themselves. 

Our 1st Warrior Pageant raised £1554, had almost 30 people take part and over 70 audience members. 

I'm aiming for the next one to be bigger and better.

You can view more information following the link below. 


Awareness / Empowerment Photoshoots + 2023 Calendar

Our group empowerment photoshoots (as seen on our home page and in our calendar) are running in 12 different UK locations this year.

We are also hoping to organise some globally. 

Please get in touch below if you'd like more info. ​


The Warrior Awards

Nominations have now closed for our 1st yearly Warrior Awards and judges are currently deciding our winners.

Good Luck

We will award 2 Warriors, 1 Carer and 1 Companion for their fight against adversity / the support they provide to those in need. 


Facebook Frames

Use our frames:
Step 1 -  Click on your profile picture or Select new profile picture
Step 2 - Click 'Add frame'
Step 3 - Search 'MTIV'
Step 4 - Click on the frame you'd like to use
Step 5 - Click 'Save'


Awareness Interviews

This is where we talk to others that have an invisible illness or disability to hear their stories. Please contact us if you'd like to take part.

The will be recommencing in November.
You can view the current interviews below. 


In The Background

Our education project is ready to train in schools and workplaces once it is safe to do so.

If you would like to book or enquire about this please fill out the contact us form. 

An exciting project is also being put together and you may be seeing us on TV next year, so fingers crossed. (Subject to covid) 


Video Compilations


This is where a number of invisible illness / disability warriors came together to create a video to help raise awareness.


This is where a number of people came together to create a video to show that 'Every Body Is A Beach Body' despite their disability, body shape, height, age, sex or race etc.


This is where a number of us got together to help others understand how a simple question can have such a big impact.