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How you can support CALM on World Suicide Prevention Day

Looking for a way to support CALM this World Suicide Prevention Day? Look no further.

Take on a challenge 

Whether you run or cycle, skydive or score goals, now the world is opening back up there are heaps of ways to get involved. 

Whether you fancy a challenge, or want to remember a loved one, do it for CALM. Since the beginning of lockdown our helpline has answered over 190,000 potentially life-saving calls and chats. We’re needed now more than ever. So it doesn’t matter if your challenge is big or small, or whether you raise five or five hundred pounds, #TeamCALM’s dedication and passion makes it possible to answer those calls.

Sign up to a CALM Event

Walk Against Suicide. Join us this October as we take on the Lost Hours Walk. 


… Or let the CALM challenge generator decide 

 Put your fundraising fate in the hands of the Task Me Anything challenge generator. You’ll be asked eight simple questions about your interests and talents, before being matched with a task that will land in your email inbox five days later. From the brave to the damn right silly, give it a go and take on the unexpected!

Join the team, volunteer with us!

Wherever you are in the UK, you’re welcome to volunteer for CALM. You’ll be joining a team of passionate individuals who use their voice to campaign against living miserably, spreading the CALM message at gigs, theatre productions, festivals and more. 

Don’t have loads of free time? Don’t stress. We offer a whole host of opportunities, both online and in person and you’ll be offered in depth training and guidance on how you can support CALM and signpost our life-saving services. Not only that, you’ll gain experience working with us on world-changing campaigns. Find out how to volunteer here.


£8 is enough to fund one potentially life-saving call. Donating to CALM is a simple way to take a stand against suicide and you don’t even have to lift a finger.

Donate to CALM

Answer some questions

Yes, really. The more we talk about suicide, the more we understand it – and the more people can get help when they need it. The University of Glasgow are looking for men over 18 to complete a survey to help better understand male suicide (and, as you’re reading this, we think you’ll agree, that’s a pretty vital piece of research). So, if you feel up to it and you’ve got a few minutes, it could help change lives in the future.

Sign up to our newsletter

Did you know there’s a CALM monthly newsletter that’s packed full of news, interviews, campaigns, puns and loads of other good stuff, including ideas for getting involved in the movement. AND it’s scientifically* proven to improve your day

So no matter what you’re thinking of taking on, you can 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.

All you need to do is sign up here

*some nice people told us it did

Need more inspiration?

Here’s some more stuff the CALM crew have done for us over the last year.

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