Many thanks to all who helped us launch our joint awareness campaign in all three McDonald’s Restaurants in Rugby on 7 Feb, #TimeToTalk Day 2019. Our goal is to get everyone talking about mental health, and to highlight helplines and other resources available to all in Rugby. Sky News covered the launch and we’ll post an update as soon as we know when their item about the campaign will be broadcast; in the meantime, you can see photos of the launch here. For more information about the awareness campaign, including help available in Rugby, see: Cameron Grant Memorial Trust at McDonald’s in Rugby

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Cameron Grant died on 14 November 2014. Aged 21, he took his own life after a lonely, 7-year battle with Depression. The Cameron Grant Memorial Trust (charity 1167221) was established in his memory, and to prevent this disaster happening to others.

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Cameron didn’t seek help and no one – including us and his friends at Uni – knew that he was suffering from depression. We produce Cameron’s Coasters, customised drink mats, which we send to schools, universities, local pubs and sports clubs, and...
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Many thanks to @rugbyadv for this coverage. Pop into and if the 3 #McDonalds in #RugbyTown to collect one of #CameronsCoasters and more info before Sun night.

If you’re in Rugby this weekend, don’t forget to visit one of the three McDonald's we’ve taken over to see our Coasters in the restaurant. #TimeToTalk

Help support mental health in young people whilst shopping! Buy with AmazonSmile and 0.5% of the net purchase price (on eligible items) will be donated to your chosen charity – and you can now choose to donate to Cameron Grant Memorial Trust.

Follow these ten simple steps from @MentalHealth to better look after your mental health and wellbeing.