The Champions Network
Every day The Champions Network empowers colleagues across the Civil Service by signposting them to our services for help, paid for by donors.
From their office or at home, they share tools and resources to help people thrive. With a good understanding of the Charity’s services, they show what help is available and how to access it.
Champions are easy to spot, look out for their badge on calls, around the office, or their email signatures.
Being a Champion is designed to be simple, with activity that fits around your working day.
It’s quick and easy. No formal training is required, so you can start as soon as next month – email us to tell us you're interested now.
Everything you need to get started will be emailed to your inbox. From useful information, to tips and networking opportunities, pick what works for you.
What Champions do:
- Book a speaker for a team meeting to learn about us
- Add your ‘I’m a Champion’ badge to your email signature
- Let new starters know about the Charity
- Share Charity info with your wellbeing, mental health and support networks.
What being a Champion means to the Network
“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 in the office now, 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.”
Drop us an email and let us know.