Ideas of what you can do
Being a Champion doesn't take up much of your time. It's designed to be simple – to fit around your existing commitments. So, you can hit the ground running.
Here's some ideas of how you can help:
- Posting some pre-written templates on intranets and bulletins
- Adding your ‘I’m a Champion’ badge to your email signature
- Sharing Charity information to your wellbeing, mental health and support networks
- Booking slots in team and departmental upcoming training days to share the presentation
Hear from our Champions
“Sharing the Charity presentation during online meetings is the easiest way – those that missed it, can catch it in the recording. I love showing off my Champion pin badge too.”
“There’s a few of us still going into the office, I’ve made sure there are posters and leaflets around the place. You never know who might see it.”
“I wrote a blog for our newsletter about the Charity. I’m just glad I can still prompt people even if it’s not in person at the moment.”
“I’m retired but have always kept in touch with colleagues on Facebook. I’ve shared some of the Charity’s posts, you never know who might see it…”
Sign me up
To get things started we just need some basic information. By completing the form below, you will take the first step to becoming a Champion AND receive other information about the Charity such as our monthly newsletter (see statement below).
You will then receive a second email asking for a little more information. And, of course, for you to confirm you're just as excited as us to join the team! Make sure you look out for this, as you'll need to provide this information before you get started.