Weʼve raised £10 to Help support the Trust Jack Foundation.
- Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, UK
- Funded on Monday, 14th May 2018
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I am taking part in a 5km charity walk to raise awareness of suicide prevention 💛The walk begins at 4am on May 12th and as dawn is breaking highlighting there is hope from your darkest thoughts to recovery.
I am walking in memory of Jack and all money raised will go to the Trust Jack Foundation. Trust Jack Foundation (TJF) was set up in memory of Jack Hastie who suffered from adolescent depression but was missed through health, CAHMS and education so he went under the radar even though it was clear to see. Sadly he decided to end his life.
The Trust Jack Foundation aim to help and support children and young people who have been identified as either suffering from a mental health illness or who are at high risk of suffering from a mental illness.
TJF are committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people and providing support for their parents, guardians and carers.
Driven by our experiences the team at TJF will campaign, research and supply information and training to, and for all, young people across Lanarkshire.
For more information please go to http://www.trustjackfoundation.co.uk/index.html
2016 Trust Jack Foundation - Registered Charity Number SC046334 (Scotland)
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Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, UK
As a volunteer with Trust Jack Foundation my main job is to raise awareness for Mental Health and supporting those young people that struggle and their families.