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£140raised of £20,000 target by 5 supporters

    Weʼve raised £140 to Non Proft - We urgently require donations to print t/shirts, other marketing material, built a team to continue to run this worthy cause.

    Sudbury, Suffolk
    Funded on Friday, 8th December 2017

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    We are a Registered Charity. Charity Number 1175216. 

    Just Talk Campaign registered charity number: 1175216

    Just Talk-Campaign APPEAL

    Hundreds of thousands of families in Britain have been devastated by years of heartbreak and eventual suicide, desperately seeking help for mental ill-health difficulties.

    Please will you make a donation to help them?


    Dear reader

    With mental health issues nearing the top of the national agenda right now, imagine saying to someone in a wheelchair, just get up and walk. Sadly, this is reality for many sufferers. Imagine the person with severe depression who could just as easily drown in a puddle. A conversation could interrupt suicidal thoughts, or else make a huge difference to someone enduring this sort of distress.

    The Campaign riffs on the existing ExploringU counselling formula, but it also proves there is plenty more juice left in the tank. It represents the company’s ambitions over the next 10 years.

    Now we will be able to increase the number of people we help tenfold.

    …How you can help!

    Please will you make a gift of £20 today to help individuals/families who are enduring seasonal disorder (SAD) in the harsh autumn months?

    Meet your new Chief Happiness Officer

    Your donations will help individuals’ general Well-Being or increase organisations productivity. Workplace powered by Human Experience, a survey of over 7,300 employees from 12 different countries across the world; undertaken in consultation with 40 global corporates, show people who are happy and fulfilled at work make productive and engaged employees.

    Nearly nine out of ten respondents were enthusiastic about having a chief happiness officer at work; someone to act as a custodian of their wellbeing. The UK’s workforce is more or less aligned with this global average – 85 per cent of you think having a CHO would be a good idea.

    The importance of happiness in the workplace is one that has taken root recently in some of the world’s biggest corporations. Google already has a chief happiness officer, and Virgin, with staff consultations on work spaces, is a pioneer in putting people at the centre of office design. It seems clear that many other businesses are getting ready to follow suit.

    So why the seemingly sudden focus on workplace happiness, after decades in which it was a secondary issue? Managers are increasingly aware that they get the best from people who are inspired by their environment. Happy, fulfilled employees are productive and engaged employees. At the same time, a new generation of employees are more demanding – searching for organisations whose ethos they believe in, and work environments in which they feel at home.

    Empowered workers are often involved in designing their own physical surroundings and have access to a range of environments.


    Fulfilled workers know their needs are catered for through the design of their workplace.

    Most people who have been in the workplace for a couple of decades or more will have experience of the traditional environment – rigid structures, which employees had to slot themselves into. This approach is rightly being overhauled making our offices more human, but there is still a long way to go. Being more human means becoming more complex. And complexity is part of the survival blueprint for the future.

    We urge more Well-Being, please.



    • Just Talk Campaign1 year ago
      Just Talk Campaign

      Just Talk Campaign

      1 year ago
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      Saving and Changing Lives.

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    • Just Talk Campaign1 year ago
      Just Talk Campaign

      Just Talk Campaign

      1 year ago

      With the wonderful news that the Just Talk Campaign are now a registered Charity, the hard work begins. So just to keep you in the loop, meet our two young ambassadors, Seb Wehmeyer who lost his brother in 2016 to suicide, and Jago Roberts-Coyne who lost 4 friends in 2016 also taking their own lives. Seb and Jago aim to visit schools, colleges and universities and help others who may be feeling unable to (Just Talk ) about their situation. We aim to save and change lives.

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    • Just Talk Campaign1 year ago
      Just Talk Campaign

      Just Talk Campaign

      1 year ago

      Our Charity status has been granted. If you would like to support the Just Talk Campaign, help us to save and change lives. Please donate what your are comfortably able. Thank you! Our charity number is: 1175216

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    Page last updated on: 12/6/2017 19.56



    • Miriam gray

      Miriam gray

      Dec 6, 2017


    • Victoria Wright

      Victoria Wright

      Sep 21, 2017

      a very worthy cause, happy to help.


    • Anonymous


      Sep 18, 2017

      Keep working!


    • Susan Bishop

      Susan Bishop

      Sep 17, 2017


    • Emma Francis

      Emma Francis

      Sep 17, 2017

      Continue your great work


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    Just Talk Campaign

    Just Talk Campaign

    Sudbury, Suffolk

    In November 2016 ExploringU Counselling set up Just Talk Campaign. Just Talk Campaign is now a registered charity, no. 1175216. The Charity was set up by Glenda Roberts after recent suicide's. It offers free drop in sessions and low cost counselling to those in need of support.

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