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Thanks from CALM to our fundraisers

Young male suicide is not high on the list of government priorities, which means CALM is often not at the front of the line when funding is being handed out.

This means we rely heavily on the support of volunteers and fund raisers to keep us going.

Fortunately, CALM is surrounded by a strong community of people who care deeply about our message and do just that.

On 17th April, Keith Boyle, Brendan McErlain, Martin Cordiner and his friend Rich, will be running the London Marathon and donating the money they raise to CALM. Between them they hope to raise £5,000.

On behalf of us all at CALM, thanks so much for all your hard work and good luck lads!

Below are links to each of their fund-raiser pages.

Keith Boyle

Brendan McErlain

Martin and Rich

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