Looking to support CALM? You’re in the right place. There’s heaps of ways to join the movement against suicide. From running a marathon, to throwing a gig, or sharing the CALM message in your workplace – here’s some of ‘em:
1. Do something you love
If you’re umming and ahhing over a goal, fancy a challenge, or want to remember a loved one, do it for CALM. In 2018, CALM’s helpline and webchat directly prevented 675 suicides, a feat only made possible by #TeamCALM’s dedication and determination. Join them. There’s no end of ways you can get involved – from running a marathon, to dirt-biking across the Sahara. The sky’s the limit.
Volunteering for CALM is different. Spreading the CALM message loud and proud across the country, our volunteers make our life-saving services possible.
3. Join a Collective.
Got a passion for something? Why not join a CALM Collective? They’re for everyone, whatever background, age, or ability. It’s all about getting together, doing what you love and feeling better for it. If that’s not an ace way to support CALM, we’re not sure what is…
4. Visit the CALM Store
There’s books, music, jewellery, cosmetics and loads more, from retailers including To Be Frank and Flower Up. There really is something for everyone, so whatever your need we’ve got you covered – and a percentage of all proceeds go towards funding CALM’s life-saving services.
5. Read the CALM newsletter
Keep up to date with our campaigns, updates and activities. Get a heads up on events and stuff you can get involved with, and read some top-quality pieces by CALM ambassadors and supporters.
6. Spread the word
Break up the selfies and dog photos on your social feed with a little bit of CALM. Follow us on social media, and share the CALM message far and wide so we can reach more people than ever in 2020.
It’s easy to do, just follow us on your social media of choice – or share thecalmzone.net where you can.
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