Would you like to be involved with Let’s Talk About Loss, but you haven’t lost anyone? Or you have been bereaved, but you just love our mission so much that you’d like to help out? You’ve come to the right place! Read on to find out more about how you can support this network…
Donate and fundraise
Could you spare a pound or two? Or could you consider giving regularly to support the work of Let’s Talk About Loss. That would be absolutely amazing! Email us at email@example.com and we’ll provide all the details you need to set up a standing order.
Have an idea for a great event? Running a marathon and looking for a charity to support? We’re not a registered charity just yet but we would still love to hear from you if you could help us financially in any way. However you can raise funds, every penny counts! Get in touch today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s chat!
We always have something going on, and we would love to meet you at one of our events.
Open Mic Night @ The Orange Tree, Nottingham // Saturday 22nd September, 7pm – 10pm
Love an open mic night? So do we! This is going to be such an exciting event – we promise great music, inspiring spoken word and the opportunity for you to take the mic if you want! Make sure you save the date and get your friends along: more info on this Facebook event!
Talk about loss
Tell everyone you know about us! It doesn’t matter whether they have lost anyone or not, we just want to be known, so that if the unthinkable happens, we can provide the right support to all young people across the country.
So if you’re a fan of Let’s Talk About Loss, and want an easy way to support our mission, all you need to do is share our content online or – even better – tell your friends and family about us! You never know who could be suffering in silence. We can only help if we know who needs help, so join us! Let’s talk about loss.
p.s. We have a newsletter!
Don’t forget that we have an email newsletter, which is a brilliant way of staying in touch. You can subscribe here. (It’s awesome, you’re welcome.)