Thanks to amazing people like you, more of your fellow civil servants are getting the support they need in times of crisis.
|requests for help
(up 79% from 2020)
|people registered to join our Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference|
|was provided in financial support||Digital tools and resources were used over 58,000 times (up 83% from 2020)|
Your support makes it possible for us to provide a wide range of services and digital tools to help current and former civil servants overcome life’s challenges – from managing stress and anxiety, to improving relationships or accessing the support needed to cope with caring responsibilities.
|Give today – help even more civil servants|
You were here for Jake
when a close friend took his own life
A sudden bereavement can have devastating consequences. After his friend’s death, Jake found himself battling depression and financial problems. On top of everything else, he was supporting his mum who is a carer. Accessing our financial support and online resources for carers helped Jake get his life back on track.
You help us provide:
- Support for carers: Our Carer’s Digital Resource is a one-stop-shop, supporting people who care for loved ones.
- Help with money worries: Our team of advisors talk to people about the best solutions available to resolve their financial difficulties. We also have a range of free webinars on money matters.
You were here for Aiden
when he was feeling vulnerable and anxious
Many of us battle mental health problems at some point in our lives. Aiden sought specialist support after experiencing an incredibly traumatic homophobic attack. The therapy was going well, but after a while he simply couldn’t afford to continue with the sessions. We were there for Aiden at this crucial point in his recovery by helping to fund a number of therapy sessions.
You help us provide:
- Online support: Our Wellbeing Hub and Burnout Hub have digital tools and resources to help people look after their own wellbeing.
- Webinars and podcasts: Topics have included: ‘living with grief and bereavement’, ‘burnout and wellbeing’ and ‘carers and dementia’
Our community needs us more than ever this year
As more fellow civil servants turn to us for help in these uncertain times, your generous support is more important than ever. Please donate today if you can. Thank you.