World Mental Health Day - help our helpline

Today is World Mental Health Day and, with depression doubling during lockdown, this year it feels more important than ever to shout about mental wellbeing. That’s why we’re teaming up with ITV on their Britain Get Talking appeal to help fund Britain’s mental health helplines. 

Our helpline is a lifeline for so many people. That’s why it’s so vital we’re here every day, no matter what. The film below shows, in their own words, what a call means to the people who use our helpline. We also have Rhiannon, who oversees all our helpline work here at CALM, talking about why the helpline is needed now more than ever. And tune into the final of Britain’s Got Talent tonight on ITV to hear even more stories from our helpline.

"Our helpline is here for you. No matter what."
What happens when you call CALM?

Why We're Walking

This October, hundreds of people are walking across the country to make a stand against suicide. We caught up with some of them to find out why they're taking on the Lost Hours Walk. 

Read our stories
Inspired? There's still time to sign up. Walk 3, 13 or 26 miles wherever you are in the country this October, and help fund CALM’s life-saving services when they’re needed most.
Sign up

Task Me Anything: It’s time to take on the unexpected

Thinking of taking on a challenge for CALM but not sure where to start? Why not let the CALM Challenge Generator decide? Whether you’re an athlete or an artist, there’s a fundraiser to suit everyone. Follow the link and let the Challenge Generator decide on your fundraising fate. 

See what task the Challenge Generator gives you

Meet new ambassador, Joe Marler

England rugby union star, Joe Marler, is known for his outrageous hair colour choices and the odd match ban. His book, “Loose Head: Confessions of an (un)professional rugby player”, just came out and it’s a gritty and honest account of his decade playing with rugby top players. 

We’re pleased to announce Joe is our new CALM ambassador, so we caught up with him to hear about why he’s passionate about speaking up about mental wellbeing in the sporting world and what he hopes to bring as an ambassador. 

Why Joe's working with CALM


Marathon in the park or gaming marathon on the sofa, whatever you love, it's quick and easy do it 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). 



Follow social media to support CALM's latest campaigns - from comedy clubs to nationwide ads. And if you like it, well, tell your mates. 

🙌 Supporters of the month 🙌

Laura-Jane took to the skies and did a wing walk for CALM, raising £2,000. Not bad for someone scared of flying!

Invesco employees took on a virtual team challenge that included cycling running and rowing, raising £12,500

Graham took on a world record attempt by running 21 marathons on a treadmill in 7 days


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