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The #Project84 story so far…

On 26 March 2018, together with partners Harry’s and ITV, CALM launched #Project84 to tell the real stories behind the suicide statistics.

Every week in the UK, 84 men take their own lives, so we brought together families and friends of 84 real men lost to suicide to create sculptures with renowned artist Mark Jenkins. Alongside, CALM launched a petition with Matthew Smith, who lost his brother Dan to suicide, calling for government action on suicide.

Here’s the story of the campaign’s impact so far… scroll down to see how you can get involved.

The journey doesn’t stop there. We’re continuing to build momentum for the movement against male suicide.

Want to take a stand?

1.  Sign the petition to call for government action on suicide, then share far and wide…

2. Join the campaign to be part of the movement and get updates from CALM on the movement against male suicide.

 

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Have you been affected by suicide? The Support After Suicide Partnership is a hub for anyone bereaved or affected by suicide, where you can find emotional and practical support and have the chance to share your story.

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