A new art project to raise funds and awareness of mental health
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We are all incredible beings, and there’s no shame in feeling a little down every now and then. There is a place, and there are people, you can turn to when you feel like there isn’t. That place is CALM.
The charity surveyed hundreds of commuters this month and is appealing to Merseyside employers to support their employees during the current tough economic climate.
In the penultimate section of CALM’s interview series with boxing promoter Frank Maloney, Frank talks about his heart attack, and some of the boxers with problems…
While on their current European tour promoting their fourth album, Memory and Humanity, I have been lucky enough to get an interview with lead singer, Matt Davies, and ask him about his feelings on suicide and how he thinks people should vent their anger.
Any financial support you can give is hugely appreciated. We aren't funded by Government, and frankly struggle for every penny to keep our helpline going. We've recently been able to expand our helpline opening hours to seven days a week, and that was purely down to public donations. It costs us about £3,500 to run the helpline for a week as is, so if you can give even a little regularly, that would be fantastic.