Take part in our mental health awareness walk
"Walking Out Of Darkness" event in partnership with Clasp Charity.
Walking Out Of Darkness is a unique event, which brings together the community to assist, inspire and motivate others in talking about mental health and suicide.
The Brighton event is an enjoyable 10 mile route with amazing views, you will navigate through the city and along Brighton’s beautiful seafront. You can be an #EverydayHero and make a change by pledging to complete the walk and raise awareness about suicide.
Grassroots provides people with the resources, skills and confidence to save lives through open and honest Real Talk about suicide.
Real Talk, Real people, Real life.
Once you have registered for the event on Eventbrite, we are asking you to set up a fundraising page using JustGiving and collect sponsors to support our life-saving work. Steps on how to register are below.
10am, Sunday 24 June 2018
Hove Lawns, Brighton, BN3 2PE
“Brighton & Hove has had a high suicide rate for many years. The charity Grassroots is doing incredible work to help prevent suicide in our city through training and awareness raising. On June 24th you can support their work and help break the stigma that surrounds suicide and mental health by taking part in the Walking Out of Darkness event on the seafront.”
You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Tag @GrassrootsSP and use #EverydayHero to stay connected and keep updated with the event.
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