To give some more context to the Ask Now Save Lives campaign we took some time to speak to the artist behind the design. Ladies and gentlemen we give you Anthony Burrill
We spoke to Wendy Robinson, Service Manager at Rethink’s local Survivors of Suicide service, to ask her about SOS and our ‘Ask Now Save Lives’ campaign.
This current week has been National Carers Week. We took this chance to get in touch with Brighton organisation Sibling Link – find out more about what they do here.
Recently we were contacted by a member of the Grassroots Community who wanted to share with us their recent experience in the hope that it will go on to help another. We really appreciate the time, strength and effort that has gone into this piece.
Paris Hoxton got in touch with Grassroots during the recent 2.6 challenge. She kindly supported the event by performing 26 tap jumps… Not only is she a keen tap dancer but she also writes the rather marvellous blog www.onewayoranother.co.uk which deals with Mental Health and the arts.
Perhaps now more than ever, communities like yours should feel able to recognise and support those thinking of suicide. That’s where we come in.
Hi I’m Jo I manage the Gig Buddies for good mental health project in Sussex.
These are uncertain and anxious times for everyone. But, especially for vulnerable people in our community and the services working hard to provide support – hats off to everyone.
We wanted you to be the first to see our new street art design coming to a street in Brighton soon!
Last week, Discount Sticker Printing, a custom sticker and label printing company, offered to print us thousands of stickers and a banner.
Our lives have been temporarily turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic. We are all taking unprecedented measures to protect our physical health and that of the wider public. It’s important that we follow the measures that have been put in place.
These are very challenging times indeed – and from the hoarding of scarce necessities to amazing acts of kindness and compassion, it feels like we have seen both the best and worst of people over the last few weeks.