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£3,827raised of £3,000 target by 158 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,827 to Help Men Talk

    Manchester, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 15th November 2018

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    Story

    Suicide is the UK's single biggest cause of death in men under 45.

    Aged 27, Vittorio Petruzzelli lost his battle with mental health in April 2017, subsequently taking his own life leaving close family, friends and a local community devastated at the loss of a soul so loved by all.

    Vittorio's story continues...

    One year later Vittorio's sister Danielle Petruzzelli has teamed up with The Mentell Movement, a group of volunteers based in South Manchester who's single purpose is to keep men safe by providing free to access group meetings for any male 18+ to talk openly about mental health.

    Nothing will take away the heartache felt by the loss of Vittorio, but there is an opportunity to transform the pain and suffering into a message of love and support for our fellow brothers. With your help, Danielle will bring The Mentell Movement into Vittorio's hometown of Hyde and create a free to access support group for men in the community who are suffering from anxiety and depression. So that Vittorio's loss could save the lives of many other men who are suffering in silence, but in order to achieve this we need your help...

    On August 19th Danielle, friends and family of Vittorio will join group members from Mentell at Snowden for their last leg of the 3 peak challenge to raise money for The Mentell Movement.

    We kindly ask you to donate and sponsor our walk so that Danielle and The Mentell Movement can continue the great work in South Manchester and build a longstanding free men's group in Hyde and future communities. Thankyou.

    For more information on The Mentell Movement please go to: www.thementellmovement.co.uk

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      Supporters

      158

      • Jennifer Williamson

        Jennifer Williamson

        Sep 7, 2018

        Andrew and all-you are amazing and this - your story will continue I am sure.

        £30.00

      • James Parker

        James Parker

        Aug 29, 2018

        Best of luck Andy!! great work

        £30.00

      • Keith anthony Hume

        Keith anthony Hume

        Aug 22, 2018

        Congrulations to everyone who took part in the three peaks/Snowdon challenge especially as it's for such a great cause!

        £20.00

      • Jennifer Higgins

        Jennifer Higgins

        Aug 21, 2018

        Well done x

        £5.00

      • p arnold

        p arnold

        Aug 21, 2018

        Well done everyone who completed the three peak challenge

        £20.00

      • Laura Barkworth

        Laura Barkworth

        Aug 21, 2018

        Well done 🤗

        £20.00

      • Sam Child

        Sam Child

        Aug 21, 2018

        Well done Ben and rest of the team! Fantastic cause too 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

        £10.00

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      The Mentell Movement

      The Mentell Movement

      Manchester, UK

      The Mentell Movement is a newly founded, locally run voluntary project which aims to assist men (of all ages and backgrounds) currently experiencing any and all mental health challenges, in a safe, fully confidential and informal environment.

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