Welcome to the Samaritans Monthly Newsletter | Samaritans | 5 October 2018
World Mental Health Day | Wednesday 10 October
let’s try to remember to campaign for better mental healthcare the best ways that we can ~ Carole aka fibrofly73
Creating better listeners at work
To coincide with World Mental Health Day, we’re highlighting our Wellbeing in the City e-learning tool >>> Sign up for Wellbeing in the City
Take part in our Christmas Raffle! | Samaritans Christmas Raffle 2018 is now open
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- Brew Monday 2019 is coming so get ready to make it bigger and better than ever before!
- Get together with your friends, family or workmates on Monday 21 January, have a cuppa, raise vital funds for Samaritans and beat the January blues.
You’ll be able to sign up for a free fundraising pack from October 15th – so keep an eye on Twitter for more information.
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