Friends of Charlie Waller

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Teaching young people how to look after their mental health is more important now than it has ever been.

Right now thousands of young people and their families are struggling with their mental health.

You can help us continue to be there for them.

By giving a regular donation of any amount you can join the Friends of Charlie Waller. Regular donations enable us to plan our work for the future and build relationships with schools, colleges, universities and workplaces.

As a thank you for your support, all Friends of Charlie Waller will receive a free copy of our annual Wellbeing Calendar, as well as invitations to online information sessions on popular mental health topics led by our experts.

£5 a month pays for 24 packs of resources for parents and carers – giving them crucial information and guidance to help them support a loved one or young person struggling with their mental health

£10 a month buys 15 books for our mental health Book Club – helping young children to learn about taking care of their wellbeing

£20 a month pays for 1,200 Wellbeing Action Plans for a school

£50 a month pays for 3,000 copies of our Parent’s Guide to Depression

£125 a month pays for 3 days’ mental health training in a school

£250 a month pays for a year’s development of our students against depression website content

If you become a friend of Charlie Waller, you will receive a free copy of our annual Wellbeing Calendar

PLUS…

exclusive online sessions on popular mental health topics with our experts:

Coming up…

November 2020
Nutrition and mental health

January 2021
Men’s Mental Health

March 2021
Change and uncertainty

May 2021
Young people’s mental health

July 2021
The teenage brain – what’s going on?

September 2021
Anxiety in young people – what helps?

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Clicking the button below will take you to a page where you can sign up to make a regular donation. This will automatically enrol you as a Friend of Charlie Waller.

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