After Life x CALM: Hope is Everything

We’ve teamed up with Ricky Gervais and Netflix for the launch of the third and final series of the brilliant After Life. Keep an eye out for exclusive chats with the cast on some of the stuff we deal with here at CALM. Plus, you’ll see 25 iconic After Life benches popping up around the UK, inscribed with the words “Hope is everything” - to help people talk about what’s on their mind. 

Find out more

Do something bold to beat the cold

We know this time of year can be crap, that’s why we’re asking you to join us in giving the middle finger to the winter blues while doing your bit against suicide. Whether you take a cold shower every day for a month, dye your hair in CALM colours, or come up with your own challenge – how you Stick It To Winter is up to you. 

Choose my challenge

DJ Majestic drops new track for CALM 

In an exclusive chat as part of #UnderTheSurface, a podcast series with Original Penguin, DJ and producer Majestic speaks openly about his own battle with depression and suicidal thoughts.

He’s also just dropped the brand new track, Invincible, a song about his struggles with mental wellbeing, in the hope that others will be inspired to talk. All of the proceeds from the song will be heading to CALM, so we can continue to support anyone having a difficult time. 

Penguin X CALM

Get up and running for CALM 

Every mile you cover and every pound you raise, from 5k to sprinting all day – it all helps us to be there, no matter what. There are some great events - like the Brighton marathon - just around the corner, so step up to the challenge and sign up to run against living miserably. 

Chips. The Pavilion. The beach. There’s loads of reasons to head to Brighton, but none as good as taking on 26 miles for CALM’s life-saving services. Running for CALM is proper-good. Join us in April - we promise great vibes and a cheer squad like no other.

Sign up here

Meet the Movement Against Suicide: Ella’s Story

“I feel so passionate about raising money and being open about what my family has been through. Suicide’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s just very real.”

After losing her younger brother, Freddie, to suicide in 2019, Ella decided to take on an epic challenge in his memory. We caught up to hear how she ran 157 miles in support of CALM. 
Hear from Ella


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. 

Need support?

Supporters of the month 

Minty and his mates took on a mega challenge for CALM – a 24hr gaming stream in support of our life-saving services. 

Serious kudos to Joel (pictured left), who cycled a massive 36,500k in 365 days to help us be there for anyone having a tough time. 

Gilly got chilly for CALM, swimming every day throughout January with her fellow swim coach Jonathan. 

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