Life after lockdown

With the places we love beginning to open, a lot of us are feeling wary about navigating the new 'normal'. In fact, a recent poll on our social media channels revealed 75% of our audience felt anxious about the lifting of restrictions.
We've put together some sure fire tips to make slipping into life after lockdown a little bit easier for everyone. 

Ace masks

Looking for a face mask? We got you covered! (yup, that pun was intended). We've teamed up with Dave to create some ace face coverings that will protect people around you, keep your street cred in check, and support CALM's life-saving services at the same time.
Get yours
We're CALM and Proud
CALM Ambassador Suzi Ruffell's been making us LOL all through lockdown, with THAT Skype dance as well as her new podcast Out With Suzi Ruffell. And while #PrideMonth is over, CALM believe in being an ally all year round. We chatted to Suzi about spreading joy and celebrating the LGBTQ+ community during these utterly-weird times.
Suzi Ruffell on Pride
Meet Sheffield's first poet laureate
Writer, poet and art-rapper Otis Mensah caught up with CALM last week. He gave us the lowdown on how writing helps him cope when things get tough, as well as performing a proper good Lock-In session to support CALM's services.
What is art rap?

Ambassador incoming

This month award-winning comedian Seann Walsh joins #TeamCALM.

After his brilliant performance for the CALM Comedy Club, and squaring off against Jon Richardson on Mario Kart for the CALM Lock In, he's chuffed to be one of CALM's newest ambassadors. Here's what he had to say:

"If I can contribute to help spread awareness of CALM and the support that they offer to prevent suicide, it would be a huge honour.‚ÄĚ
Meet Seann
Our helpline staff are working hard to meet record demand for our services. And Team CALM have been knocking it out the park when it comes to fundraising and supporting them. 

From online gigs to taking on hundreds of laps of your sofa, you've gone all out to keep CALM carrying on. Looking for some ways to get involved? You're in the right place.



Shave off your barnet or run 567 laps of your sofa, there’s loadsa ways to fundraise for CALM. 


Don’t wanna move a muscle? We get you. You can donate directly to CALM's services at the click of a button (or a tap of a screen). 
 Fund a call 



Follow social media for some fun stuff to get you through lockdown - from comedy clubs to playlists. And if you like it, well, tell your mates. 
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ūüôĆ Supporters of the month ūüôĆ

Andy Messenger spent the last day of May running 10k loops for 24 hours. His friends and family joined him virtually for parts of the run too, and they raised £4,757

Chris Boothby and his dog, Sam, did a 1,200-mile walk across the UK from Lowestoft to Lands End

Team LNER raised an incredible £1,280 doing some incredible 2.6 challenges. A special shout out to Darren Kelly, Chris Bowness, Nadia Zemouri and Matthew Trig for all their hard work!
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