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    Weʼve raised £923 to donate to “alright mate” the men’s suicide prevention charity in memory of Daniel “beaky” Beak 💙

    Southampton, UK
    Funded on Saturday, 8th September 2018

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    I’m at a total loss as what to write here. I had the idea last night after hearing of the sad passing of my old school friend Daniel Beak, we all knew him as beaky though. This man really was one of the most amazing humans i’ve ever had the pleasure to know. Always had kind words to say about people and more importantly those words were backed up with actions. Our friend had been struggling with demons not all of us knew about and devestatinly lost his battle yesterday 10/05/2018. I would like to raise as much money as we can to donate to the men’s suicde awareness charity alright mate. I know with all my heart that he would be the first person to set this up if it was one of us and if we can help one person he would be super proud. Lets dig deep and raise the roof off the modest £300 target i have set.

    You will be forever missed, sing with the angels 💙💙💙

    Our thoughts are with his Mum, George and all his family 💙

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    • Cathrine Witty7 months ago
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    • Cathrine Witty7 months ago
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      Cathrine Witty

      7 months ago

      Hey, it’s amazing what we have achieved already. Anyone who has donated and was unable to attend drinks in Andover yesterday please contact me if there is a story of beaky or message you would like putting in the memory books that will be given to his parents xxx

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    Supporters

    48

    • Gemma McCafferty

      Gemma McCafferty

      Jun 15, 2018

      Still can’t believe such a big personality has gone too soon. RIP Beaky, you made maths lessons a more interesting place to be x

      £10.00

    • Kim Masterton

      Kim Masterton

      May 27, 2018

      Such a lovely funny guy, you’re missed by so many xx

      £20.00

    • Alex Vlad

      Alex Vlad

      May 22, 2018

      £30.00

    • Louisekenny Patchett

      Louisekenny Patchett

      May 20, 2018

      lovely lovely guy with a really big heart missing ya xxxx

      £100.00

    • Dave James

      Dave James

      May 20, 2018

      I was at a loss for words when I heard the news last week, Im so angry that you had no other option Beaky, you should have stood under my banner, behind my shield, the world is a darker place today.

      £30.00

    • Nikki Williams

      Nikki Williams

      May 16, 2018

      So terribly sad! Lovely idea Catherine. Sending love and strength to Beakys loved ones. I know what loosing someone special is all about!❤️

      £10.00

    • Faye Mckernan

      Faye Mckernan

      May 15, 2018

      Love James, Faye and the boys xXx

      £20.00

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    Cathrine Witty

    Cathrine Witty

    Southampton, UK

    I was a school friend of beaky’s, he simply was wonderful. A true friend and I am honoured to have been classed as his friend. The sad passing of beaky really brings home that more needs to be done to help people who feel they have nowhere else to turn “it’s okay to not be okay”

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