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IAN is  CALM’s Instant Action Network, an initiative we have set up to give our supporters the opportunity to help shape the future of CALM, and be an active part of our campaign to help prevent male suicide.

As a member of IAN, you will be asked to take part in short surveys to give us feedback on our services and approach in order for us to make sure we are heading in the right direction, or we might ask you to sign a petition or tweet out a message.

All actions will be short and sweet, shouldn’t take up more than a few minutes of your time and we promise that we won’t bombard you with requests.  We will only contact you once a month via email.  Nothing more complicated than that.

If you’re interested in joining IAN simply click HERE, fill out the brief registration form and then you’re done!

CALM wouldn’t exist without your support so thank you. And do feedback!


Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article or in the comments below, are not those held by CALM or its Trustees unless stated, and liability cannot be accepted for such comments. We encourage friendly and constructive debate, but please don't share personal contact details when commenting and exercise caution when considering any advice offered by others. We don’t allow abusive, offensive or inappropriate comments or comments that could be interpreted as libellous, defamatory or commercial and we will remove these without warning as and when we find them.

One Response to this article

  1. Thanks 🙂

    James Gensberg 22nd August 2014 at 11:33 pm

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