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Weʼre raising £20,000 to suicide prevention young people. my son committed suicide nearly 3 years ago , let down by NHS. Need walk in centre, phones and equip etc

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My son was seriously failed by the NHS and GPs . He was a top footballer locally , very good looking lad with a young family of two children . He was physically strong and fit competing in MMA . Outwardly he was the envy of everyone who knew him . There were 550 heartbroken people at his funeral wondering why and how he took his own life. Nobody listened or acted despite his mum and I sepetately asking for help from the authorities. I have set up IN THE NICK OF TIME to offer a different service helping catch these youngsters and giving them help. We will offer a safe walk in place and contact centre where they can confide and get help. Not from under resourced NHS but from volunteers who have been there and experienced mental health or losses. I want to offer a way out with outdoor activities having served as a physical training instrictor to build teamwork, sense of accomplishment and belonging. I want to provide housing opportunities, get them apprenticeships , driving licences and life skills to give them real prospects. My ex army friend is with National Probation Service and is chairman of ITNOT ( In The Nick Of Time ) . We cant register the charity until £5000 has been raised but a Charity Account is opened now. My son was well loved and sadly missed by many in his town. I have media interest already but most of all it was avoidable and no parent should have to bury their child. This is a non profit adventure and we have a 3 trustees in place and a committee of 12 . We will continue to organise fundraisers ourselves but time is lives not money. Please help. Todays youth / tomorrows future!

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  • Russell Dadds1 month ago
    Russell Dadds

    Russell Dadds

    1 month ago

    Now at £1081 total and hoping for a few more donations from old friends and new ones made over this last weekend and DUKE OF YORKS ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL REUNION. Please keep giving as we have a long way to go and a lot of work ahead of us .

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  • Russell Dadds3 months ago
    Russell Dadds

    Russell Dadds

    3 months ago

    Thanks to those who have donated so far . Please keep sharing and keep the donations coming . Please honour the pledges made and help us reach our target . Xx

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Page last updated on: 12/11/2018 10:30 PM



  • Cheryl Styles

    Cheryl Styles

    Dec 11, 2018


  • J.C


    Nov 21, 2018

    Good Luck this is so needed jn Andover. Too many young people have lost their lives after having been let down with the help they've wanted


  • Julian  Redman

    Julian Redman

    Nov 20, 2018

    It was great meeting you at Old Boys Russell. Good luck with ITNOT! Wishing you all the best! Julian #SOTB


  • sean veasey

    sean veasey

    Nov 16, 2018

    Good Luck with this great cause Rus


  • Ian Kennett

    Ian Kennett

    Nov 15, 2018

    Best of luck with raising the funds Russ

  • greg munro

    greg munro

    Nov 12, 2018

    Great cause Russell and good luck


  • Anonymous


    Nov 9, 2018

    Great work so far Russ!


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Russell Dadds

Russell Dadds

Andover, UK

I’m ex Armed Forces with PTSD myself . I was a physical training instructor and have served abroad. A fellow ex army officer is probation service now and helping me setting up a charity for vulnerable young people . We are experienced and can connect with the youth. We volunteer!

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