More than a game

We’ve teamed up with Carling to shine a light on the ordinary people who show that football is more than a game. Who remind us of the power grassroots football can have to bring communities together.

With the help of Ashley Cole we’re telling the tales of the people who have gone above and beyond – up and down the country, on and off the pitch. The ones at the heart of their club and their community, using their passion to make a real, life-changing difference.

Apply to become part of caring united

Whether you’re a 5-aside-team putting a shift in on a Tuesday or a Sunday league team playing every weekend, tell us why your team should be part of Caring United.
The chosen teams will get new home and away kits, footy equipment and Mental Health First Aid training.
Apply now

Lost Hours Walk

A huge shoutout to who everyone who made it to the London event – you lot absolutely nailed it, striding through the cold to unite against suicide.
If you missed it don’t worry, it’s not too late to get involved. You can still create your very own Lost Hours Walk locally. Wherever you are, join us in smashing the silence.
Sign up

Alex and Linus chat friendship

We shared a video call with actor Alex Lawther (star of The End of The F**king World) and musician Linus Fenton to hear how they’ve teamed up for an exciting new project. 

Best friends since they were eleven, the pair spoke about what it means to be a good mate and why sometimes it’s as simple as sending a good meme.

Read the full interview

Making it easier to talk about what matters

Got a mate you're worried about? CALM and SEAT have joined forces for 'The Language of Listening' - starring People Just Do Nothing’s Hugo Chegwin - to help take the awkwardness out of talking to a friend who’s struggling.

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Meet the Movement Against Suicide: Mark’s Story

“Art can change people’s lives. It’s not brain surgery or anything like that, but art can have such a positive impact on people and the struggles they may be going through. They see something that resonates with them when they watch a show and I’m really passionate about that.”

CALM chatted to actor Mark, to hear how he turned his difficult story into a play that’s helping to convince people to stay.

Read Mark’s story


Just £8 will answer a potentially life-saving call, so if you want to help support our life-saving services why not do something you love to raise some cash for our services? From burping the national anthem to fund-raving, have a bit of fun and do whatever tickles your pickle. 

Join us

We're on your side

If you're struggling, remember CALM are here every single day. Whatever it is that's weighing on your mind, you can talk to us. No matter who you are or what you're going through, our helpline is here for you. 

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Supporters of the month 

• 1,000 miles and 71 days later, Dan and Lucas (pictured) completed their epic journey from John O'Groats to Lands End.
• Adam and his brother walked from Brighton to Crystal Palace in memory of Colin - raising £10K.
• Aveva staff are taking on Local Lost Hours Walks in England, Germany, Sweden, Dubai, France and Italy

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